Blazing Birds is an Action, Side-Scrolling, and Single-player video game developed by Microsoft Game Studios. Throughout the gameplay, the player saves as a badminton athlete and has to engage in tournaments and live matches against other teams.
The player views the character from a side-view with a 2D plane where the robots can only move left or right with a net in the middle. Across the net, there is only one robot on each side for making hits. The robot has to hit a shuttlecock over the net and makes it hard for the rival’s robot to make a shot back.
If any of the robots have lost the shot, the other player has gained a score. The player can hit the bird in three different ways, such as soft, medium, or hard to let the opponent be on the toes. The game features an auto shot system where the shots deplete a battery, and the player has to recharge it over time.
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Cyberball is a Sports, Adventure, Single-player, and Multiplayer video game developed by Atari Games. Throughout the gameplay, the player gets control over a root, which has a cyber ball in hand where the other players have to defuse the ball and the player has not to let them do so. All the robots possess finite durability to hold the balls in hand for a long time.
The game permits the player to upgrade robots with faster and more durable units using virtual cash and bonuses they earned during play. The player has a wide range of robots to select from and can run, pass or offense for a limited time.
After the given time limit, the AI team presenting four individual bots will have the ball in hand. On defense, the player has select short, medium, or long defenses and deploy a strategic defensive scheme. The game features a single-player, two-player cooperative, two-player head-to-head, or four-player head-to-head playable modes.