SpiritSphere Gameplay and Review
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I remember the days of playing Air Hockey against a friend, and then playing computer games similar to Air Hockey. Those were the days! Eendhoorn Games brings those days back with the retro style SpiritSphere packed full of awesome nostalgia! Watch our SpiritSphere gameplay and review video below to find out more!

Platform Used For SpiritSphere Gameplay and Review:  Metabox Prime P650RP-G, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB GDDR5 VRAM with G-Sync, Intel Core i7-6700HQ Processor (6M Cache up to 3.50 GHz), 16GB DDR4 2133MHZ (1 x 16GB)
Developer: Eendhoorn Games
Genre: Air Hockey, Indie, Local Multiplayer
Rating: 4 Star Review
Price:
$7.99USD

SpiritSphere Gameplay and Review on YouTube

Get your retro on with SpiritSphere: a local multiplayer Air Hockey game. Bat a ball to and fro between you and your opponent to try and score points. Play as characters who look like they’ve jumped right out of classic games such as Legend of Zelda and Windjammers.

With plenty of levels, characters and different types of balls to unlock, you’ll have your hands full playing this nifty indie game.

The best thing about SpiritSphere is it’s easy to learn to play but will take a long time to master. Each level has it’s own design and features so you’ll never be bored.

Make sure you check out our SpiritSphere gameplay and review video above and if you like it, go on and check out the game on Steam via the link at the top of this page!

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Score

4 Star Review

4 stars – retro style, Legend of Zelda inspired air hockey game with some nice variety

Good PointsPluses:

  • Cute, nostalgic graphics
  • Challenging and entertaining gameplay
  • Play with a friend on the same computer

Bad PointsMinuses:

  • Normal difficulty level feels like hard and Easy feels too easy
SpiritSphere on Steam
I remember the days of playing Air Hockey against a friend, and then playing computer games similar to Air Hockey. Those were the days! Eendhoorn Games brings those days back with the retro style SpiritSphere packed full of awesome nostalgia!
SpiritSphere Gameplay and Review
Written by: GameReviews AU
Date Published: 02/11/2017
The best thing about SpiritSphere is it's easy to learn to play but will take a long time to master. Each level has it's own design and features so you'll never be bored.
4 / 5 stars
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