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Sphere Frustration

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Sphere Frustration is an arena based item collection game. You must use the surroundings to your advantage, evade the human that is chasing you and collect all the items in an arena. In survival mode you progress through a variety of arena's of increasing difficulty. You only have 1 life, get caught? Game Over. There is also quick game, this allows you to play any arena, selecting your own difficulty level. Play your favourite arena's or practice for survival mode. Sphere frustration also features multiplayer split screen with keyboard sharing. Go head to head against a friend with an item collection limit, choosing the difficulty level to suit you. Alternatively one player can take control of a collectable item with the other player controlling the sphere.
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Release date
Jul 14, 2017
Developer
GreatherGames
Publisher
GreatherGames
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows - 7 , 8 , 10 (64 bit)
  • Processor: Intel Celeron G1840 or Equivalent
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: R7 240 1gb or Equivalent
  • Storage: 500 MB available space
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Translated by
Microsoft from Russian
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"Sphere Frustration" is a typical gap filler game in the Tradition of many Flashgames that you can find on the Internet. That's not a bad thing in principle, if you're looking for just that. And it is precisely for this Purpose that Sphere's Frustration can probably be very fun. But The Question is: How long? Personally, however, the Game itself was too desolate for this Purpose. You roll around with a Ball and try to collect any Pieces of Coal (?) and evade an enemy figure. The Whole thing has a Mini-game character, but is not as simple as it sounds due to the tricky Ball Control. It Probably takes some Practice. But then, in turn, the Question arises: Why exactly invest Time to practice? The Game has no Motivational Mechanisms that give you a Reason to spend time with this Game. Maybe it's more entertaining In the Split-screen, but there are also countless better Ways to spend a Sofa evening for two. Verdict: No terrible Game of the Brand "this is pure Scrap" like so much on Steam, but also a Game, with no real Arguments as to why you should invest Time in it.
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