Hamsterball Demo

Fun game that involves a hamster ball and lots of destruction

  • Category:

    General

  • Works under:

    Windows XP / Windows NT / Windows 2000 / Windows ME / Windows 98 SE / Windows 98

  • Program available in:In English
  • Program license:Trial version
  • Vote:
    7.1 (504)

Players control a hamster inside of a hamster ball in this PC game, racing their furry rodent avatar through a series of fifteen crazy courses with multiple obstacles trying to get in their way.

Races are based on the old-school gameplay elements present in "Marble Madness.” Every track features plenty of twists and turns keeping players on their toes. Power-up bonuses include point bonuses, and extra time appears at various points to assist players in navigating obstacles and beating the clock.

Racers select one of three adorable hamster characters to race using the left analogue stick. Races are won by navigating through all fifteen crazy courses within the allotted amount of time.

The game doesn't stop once all of the race courses have been beaten, however! Replaying races gives players a chance to beat previous best times. Along with special races, secrets are hidden in various parts of the game as well as the chance to win medals for good gameplay. Players can even compete against their friends in the special multi-player mode, Rodent Rumble Arenas.

Hamsterball is fun for the whole family. The game's cute design and charming premise make it friendly for kids as well as appealing for adults.

Pros:

  • All three hamster characters are cute enough to appeal to both children and adults.
  • Gameplay is not overly difficult, making it enjoyable for even young children.
  • Additional content adds gameplay value even after every race course has been beaten.

Cons:

  • All the tracks are designed with bright colors and checkered tiles. The fast moving patterns can be dizzying, and people who suffer from severe motion sickness may not be able to play the game at all.

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