A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux

Vision Statement

“Witch Ball is a Local-Multiplayer Game in which players have to defeat their friends in a game of Magic Dodgeball.”

Game Goal

The main Goal of the Game is to beat your opponent, while dodging his balls. When you get hit you lose a heart, when all hearts are gone you lost the round. To get a advantage you can Pick up Pick ups.

Game Controls

The Game is supported by Xbox gamepad controls and is designed to be played that way.

Moving - The character follows the movements of the left analog stick.

Aiming - The Aim cycle follows the movement of the right analog stick.

Dodging -  The character dodges by pressing the L2 button. If pressed the character speeds up in the direction of the left analog stick.

Shooting - The character shoots by pressing the R2 button. The ball gets shot in the direction the Aim cycle shows.

Using the Pick ups - The character shots by pressing the R1 Button. The Powerup ball gets shot in the direction the Aim cycle shows.

Pro tip: In combination with Parsec, you are able to play online with your friends.

Install instructions

Download the zip-archives, unzip the files, plug in a controller and start the executable.

Download

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Witch Ball Windows.zip 149 MB
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Witch Ball Mac.zip 165 MB
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Witch Ball Linux.zip 150 MB

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Hello there! Witch ball is definitely a great concept! I've tried to play with a friend on my mac but there is kind of a resolution problem. I'll put a screenshot, so if you can try to fix that for the Mac version, it would be amazing. Beside that the graphics are really nice and the gameplay is pretty neat! keep up the good work guys! 

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Hi there! Lovely game, is this still being worked on? Any plans to go to steam?