You're it. No, you're it. Hey, you're really it. You're it. No I
mean it, you're it...
The Ďití being baseball ace Gabe
Carpaccio Ė which may be a play on a real baseball-pelting personís
name, but as about all that we know about the sport was learned from
Peanuts comic strips...
Anyway, SKRZZZT! Tennis in t-BZZZRTTT!
Whoa? WTF?! Our Tennis in
the Face review is invading. Itís become sentient! Uh-oh...
Actually itís likely just cracking it because Baseball Riot
is Tennis in the Face. Just with a different sport and
a different protagonist. The evil fizzy drink Explodz is still the
evil evil thing, too. So, think of Baseball Riot as
Tennis in the Face 2 and all will be cool.
havenít had the pleasure, TitF was a physics-wrangling
puzzler where you bashed fuzzy balls at various enemy types, the aim
being to clear certain goals in each increasingly tricky level.
Meanwhile, Baseball Riot is a physics-wrangling puzzler
where you bash hard balls at various enemy types, the aim being to
clear certain goals in each increasingly tricky level.
like various avian entities which may or may not be aggrieved, it is
a game of skill. Get the angle exactly right and you can pull off
incredible carnage combos Ė and give yourself a well-deserved pat on
the head. Mess it up and youíll likely get messed up Ė at least
in-game. What punishment you may ascribe to yourself when you get
all faily is entirely up to you.
There are some 100+ levels,
many of which will drive you utterly mad at various times, plus a
few side projects and several goals to attain should you be the
At an admirable pocket money price, if
puzzles of a Newtonian nature be your thing then Baseball Riot
hits a home run.
Oh, good grief!