In the future, there is no violence. Instead, people play sports, one of which is Ball Blaster: a one-on-one soccer-like game played in hovercraft. Not exactly like soccer, since in Ball Blaster, the goals move, the arena is oddly shaped, and money earned by making goals can be used to buy weapons or powerups. These allow the player to more easily take the ball from the opponent, as well as protect himself from having the ball taken from him, or otherwise obstruct the opponent.
Extra money is earned by winning the matches more quickly, which can be accomplished by making goals from a greater distance--goals ordinarily score one point, but goals from a distance score two. Five points are required to win each match.
One of the more obscure shareware titles by Webfoot, 3D Cyberpuck is a decent futuristic sports game that utilizes good 3D graphics and fluid controls. Best described as a cross between hockey and soccer, your goal in the game is to maintain control over the magnetic ball and keep the opponent in check. What makes the game a lot of fun are the many cool items you can use to make your opponent miserable, including portable walls, gravity wells, boosters, landmines, etc. The registered version (the one on this site, of course) includes network play and many more items to discover and use. Overall, a unique and quite entertaining game, if a bit lacking in long-term play value due to the absence of tournament play or extensive player records. If you like futuristic, unique sports games, give this one a try. If you like neither soccer nor hockey, and have no penchant for arcade-oriented games that require quick reflexes and sharp eyesight, play something else :)
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