Talk:InkBall

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Inkball creator[edit]

Perhaps it should be noted this is an apparent sequel to another classic timewaster, [1]Jezzball.

I don't think you can call Inkball a sequel to Jezzball without a source, particularly since the only thing the two games have in common is a ball. 122.106.79.237 (talk) 04:33, 5 July 2009 (UTC)

Inkball creator[edit]

Perhaps its worth including on this page, the original creators of the InkBall game were Eric B. Fox, Lachlan Orr, and Jason Page all employees of Microsoft at the time.

Reception[edit]

2008-08-28 The reception section is not a credible source. Inkball is awesome. All you have to do is look at sources like xFire to see how many people play the game (xFire game statistics). Other good sources include GameSpot Inkball on Gamespot —Preceding unsigned comment added by 132.170.208.150 (talk) 01:09, 29 August 2008 (UTC)