Tronballs are spherical lifeforms which live inside virtual worlds. They move around by rolling but can also make phenomenal jumps to clear obstacles. The virtual world is a dangerous place. Safe areas are marked by red tiles. The Tronball can ...Read more
Tronballs are spherical lifeforms which live inside virtual worlds. They move around by rolling but can also make phenomenal jumps to clear obstacles.
The virtual world is a dangerous place. Safe areas are marked by red tiles. The Tronball can pass over them safely. Blue swirling regions are danger zones. The Tronball will dissolve if it comes into contact with the blue areas.
The goal of the game is to guide the Tronball to the end of the level. Control is achieved by use of the accelerometer controls. By tilting your phone you can guide the Tronball in any direction. Jumping is achieved in an automatic manner. When the Tronball senses an obstacle such as a blue zone it will automatically jump to clear it.
Comments or suggestions or plain old bug reports are very much welcome. You may email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We hope to have a page dedicated to Tronball soon. A sequel is being developed with lot more features. Please check our webpage from time to time if you are interested in this type of game.
The extended edition of Tronball 3D features additional levels (over 10 infact) over the original Tronball 3D. To play without ads please purchase the full version of Tronball 3D extended.
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UPDATED ON: Jun 19, 2012
INSTALLATIONS: 100,000 - 500,000
LATEST VERSION: 2.7
REQUIRED ANDROID VERSION: 1.5 and up
full Internet access
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view network state
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modify/delete SD card contents
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read phone state and identity
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