Neuronball is a futuristic online sports management game where thousands of players compete in a worldwide championship. You start the game with a team of “Neurons”, hi-tech robots designed for bot-sports. You are responsible for selecting Neurons playing in your team, distributing skill points, defining playing positions, upgrading technological components of your Neurons, activating boosters, buying and selling Neurons on the market. You will play live games on your city’s stadium and quickly progress until you can play on national or international stadiums against the top teams.
.............I just Love It.
Neuronball is a game about building and coaching a team of robots playing matches in the worldwide Neuronball Championship. You start the game with a team of “Neurons”, hi-tech robots designed for bot-sports. You are responsible for selecting Neurons playing in your team, distributing skill points, choosing playing positions, upgrading technological components of your Neurons, activating boosters, buying and selling Neurons on the market. You will play live games on your city’s stadium and quickly progress until you can play on national or international stadiums against the top teams.
It is very challenging but addictive and the team behind the screen is doing a great job... We just need an update NOW :)
I think this is a good game and it should be released to let people to explore it! For those who loves sports it can be great new experience. Let's vote it up so developers can improve this game and make it best!
I liked this game when I am starting but it now is not fun.
The older players with high levels will lose on purpose so that they can being matched against new players and beat them always.
That means you can't earn credits for the game or repair your players. It also mean that the only way to get items or repairs is to spend real money on the game, which I am sure the developers are supporting such bad actions.
There is also been many clique-type groups that harassing and being bad to other players which is no fun.
I wish to give a higher rating but I cannot since it is clear that the developers of this don't care about new players or the communities.
Well just try it and you will see that it does worth 9/10 even without 150 characters ;) Neuronball players community is very friendly and it is just excellent addict for every old wolf.
Simple to learn, (not so very) hard to master, compelling and interesting.
Strangely lacks audio for me, both in chrome, firefox and on my tablet, but it's not a big deal, what's important is to watch the matches and cheer for your team of little neurons.
For the sake of transparency, I can here via the announcement link on the game.
I was going to leave a more positive review, but something about the story in the announcement doesn't sit well with me and I'm starting to find the whole chain of events that led to the announcement and links to here somewhat hard to believe and a bit too convenient in regards to the timing of the upcoming deadline for reviews.
There are a number of issues with this game, many of which seem to be exploitable by a few players, some of which have been exploited by some of the top players who are still in the game.
One such issue is the ability to gain bonuses in matches against other players with the support of anonymous viewers. In the past, this has been explained away as the top users having lots of non-game followers from chat rooms or facebook/twitter, but in the last few days the developers have limited that number of supporters and shifted the focus to a single player who they are now attributing multiple bad reviews for this game.
I only see 2 low-scoring reviews here, which isn't how the announcement in the game linking to this site portrays the individual who they claim wrote them.
This is starting to feel like a manufactured event intended to generate positive reviews from the fans.
I really like this game, despite a growing number of exploits and issues that haven't really been addressed for months, but I feel like we're being manipulated into giving falsely-positive reviews now that the deadline is coming near.
The game is very addictive.. Unfortunately the game is also very buggy, with many exploits that the current leading players use relentlessly to retain their positions.
Stay away from this game unless you're a fan of frustration.
Power-players will routinely exploit flaws in the game to position their powerful teams in situations where they can mercilessly beat new players over and over and over without fear of repercussions.
If a new player does happen to get into a position where they can actually challenge the existing community, they are reported to the Devs of the game as "cheaters" who then immediately disable their accounts without any sort of investigation, regardless of how much time and Money they've spent on the game to legitimately reach their level.
Very toxic community centered around a pair of developers who apparently have zero experience in dealing with community relations and who are either apathetic to new players in favor of their original player base, or simply incompetent in terms of dealing with false reports by a player-base known for cheating the system..
Current top players brag about using scripts and macros to exploit the game's market system and aren't held accountable. Other top players will use the game's flawed "support" system to provided themselves with power in matches to defeat other players and aren't held accountable. Certain top players reached their levels while using a scripting system for weeks which allowed them to play 24/7 every 10 minutes and are still in the game.
Stay far away from this game, don't lend support or reward to this sort of indie development until they mature and figure out what they need to be doing in terms of attracting new players.
tl;dr: Toxic community full of long-term cheating top players who are hostile towards new players.. Dev team that's clueless about the situation and hasn't fixed known exploits in the game in months.
I had fun for months with this game. Mostly a long-term strategy game, spiced up with live matches, arcade style, really funny.
I've been playing this game for a couple weeks and I liked it at first, but now it's gotten not as fun. when I first started you could play lots of matches in one sitting and there was a good spread of wins versus losses and sometimes ties but lately that has changed. In the last 10 days things have gotten pretty bad for matches. I have to wait 15 to 30 minutes for a match and then I almost always lose because it's somone who has players that are so much higher level than mine, and they almost always have a bunch of supporters even though there's nobody in the chat but me and the perosn I'm playing against. this morning I had a match against a guy who had 3 supporters that weren't in chat and he said they were his facebook friends and he beat me 18 to 1, then he made fun of me for losing. I just logged out and came here to wrtie this since there's a announcment from the game maker to put good reviews here.
I think they need to fix these cheating things and fix it so people with super high level players aren't matched against people with low level players.
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Highest Rated (3 agree) 10/10
I started playing this game about a month ago, and I really enjoy it. Contrary to what some people may thing, it's not very difficult to 'move up' in the rankings. There are many players/teams more than willing to assist "n00bs" like myself. A soccer (ne: football) simulation, with a slight twist, this little gem allows you to develop a team (maximum of 10 'neurons') in an RPG style, using statistics such as acceleration (how 'hard' they hit the ball), strength (for 'battling' other neurons on the…
Dec 5 2014 by ballpark_frank