Idle Balls is the ideal game to waste your time at school, waiting for the bus, the doctor or in a queue because you can play whilst you're doing other things as it doesn't require too much attention. In fact, you might even find it boring.
The truth is that it comes along with a great design, its controls are easy to master, and its colors make it look interesting. But that's it: it's full of good intentions but its passivity and the fact that it's packed with adverts can make it somewhat tiresome. Its developers should have exploited number codes or color codes to make it more fun.
- A completely free game with adverts.
- Doesn't require an Internet connection.
- Each game is individual so you don't need to save or advance.
- Never-ending playability.
A rather passive game that can end up being slightly boring.
To be honest, there aren't too many cheats and neither can we tell which is the best ball because the gameplay isn't very clear or intuitive, so you'll have to find out the best strategies all by yourself. In other words, just throw the ball to make it hit the other balls that are tagged with a number.
Each time a ball gets hit, that number will decrease until it reaches a 2. The next time you hit it, the ball will disappear. You'll complete a level when you manage to get rid of all the balls but there's not much you can do to speed things up.