Sunday, December 25, 2011
Game of the Day - Shuffleshot
You simply use the trackball to adjust where you want the puck to start, and then roll the trackball forward to initiate the roll. The graphics and physics work nice, and the game plays well especially with friends and family as competition. Unlike bowling, in Shuffleshot games, the other players pucks stay on the playfield for you to crash into, knock off, or try to avoid to land your puck on big points. As I said, easy to learn, but lots of fun to play with a group (up to 4) at parties.
There are two buttons - one for a quick overhead view and one to change the waxiness (slickness) of the lane. Now, go get your Meemaw/Nana/Bubie and start playing.