Bang Bang Ball

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Bang Bang Ball
Developer(s) Suzuki, Ochi and team
Publisher(s) Kunihiko Tashiro and Good House
Platform(s) Arcade Game
Release 1996 (Arcade)
Genre(s) Puzzle game
Mode(s) Single player, 2-player
Cabinet Horizontal
CPU 68000
Sound YMF278B
Display Raster, 320 x 224 pixels, 8192 colors

Bang Bang Ball is an arcade game released by Banpresto in 1996.[1] Skateboarding mice must throw coloured balls against clusters of moving balls, while avoiding being hit by any of the balls. A thrown ball hitting one or more balls of the same colour causes them to disappear. Special balls have special effects such as exploding nearby balls or temporarily immobilizing the balls.

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