It’s now obvious to the Windows PC masses that Macs are serious computing devices. Macs run everything. Mac apps, Windows apps, Linux apps. All the best games.
Games? On a serious computing device? Sure. Why not? Mac users need a break from productivity and efficiency so what’s wrong with a game break. Especially a break that requires Tiny Balls.
What Every Good Gamer Needs
Whether you’re a hard core PC gamer, or a happy Mac user who needs a break, there’s one thing we all agree upon. Tiny Balls can be as much fun as a true blue hardball game.
As much as I hate to say it, I have fun with Tiny Balls.
Think of what would happen if Tetris met Pong.
The offspring would be a colorful, candy-coated game, aptly named Tiny Balls. What would expect of such a game?
Low price. Lots of fun. Tiny Balls.
Like Pong, tiny balls can be pointed and shot to locations on the screen. Blast a star and get points.
There’s not much going on with Tiny Balls except fun.
Shoot the balls on screen so they bounce the right way and smash into a star. If you’re good with Tiny Balls, you might get up to level 80.
But hurry. The timer is ticking away. Shoot your balls in the right direction, hit the hidden stars, and advance.
But, as you advance, the stars become more difficult to hit with Tiny Balls. Hey, I’m being serious here. Stop giggling.
This is one game where you win when your Tiny Balls shoot for the least amount of time (I still hear giggling). The app doesn’t come with a trial and is only available on the Mac App Store (but it comes with the tiniest price possible).
Of course, it just seems totally appropriate that Tiny Balls is such an inexpensive way to have fun and the game is part of Big Banana Apps, home of other popular iPad, iPhone, and Mac apps.
Doesn’t it seem ironic that it took Big Banana to create Tiny Balls (you may stop giggling now).