Average Playtime: 3 hours


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NOTE: This game is build around a local multiplayer setting. There is no online multiplayer.
The game does feature a singleplayer mode, but the main meat of the game is the local multiplayer mode!

SpiritSphere is a competitive local multiplayer game that draws inspiration from classics like Zelda and Windjammers and mashes it together with the nostalgic feel of playing air hockey at your local arcade. The game is easy to pick up, but hard hard to master and can quickly lead to heated one-versus-one battles of wits and reflexes as you fight for each point.

Take a pick from multiple characters with their own unique abilities and battle it out in a variety of arenas set in a classic RPG world. Stay on your toes as there are power-ups to collect that can help you or your opponent to suddenly turn the tide and take home the victory!

The game features an 8-bit art style that sticks closely to the NES color palette and associated restrictions. The electrifying soundtrack is by the hands of Gas1312.Features
  • Competitive local multiplayer action
  • Fast paced arcade style gameplay
  • Multiple stages, characters and balls to play with
  • Retro flavored graphics and sound
  • Easy to pick up, hard to master
Release date
Eendhoorn Games
Eendhoorn Games
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP or higher
  • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo or higher
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 3D graphics card
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 150 MB available space
  • Sound Card: If your computer can make sound you're good
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Mysterious Melody
Unlock Kao
Collect 1000 coins
Arena of Legends
Unlock the Ancient Arena stage
Heating up
Unlock the Volcano Stage
Beat the singleplayer mode 10 times
view all achievements
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SpiritSphere reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from French
Early access review SpiritSphere declines the "air hockey" in different ways if you are one or a nostalgic of the NES console and if you like air hockey, then this game is made for you. You choose your character knowing that each character has his or her own powers. So they're all unique in their way of playing air hockey. The game offers several modes: drive, alone against the computer or many (with human opponents). If you have the opportunity to pick up coins, do not hesitate, this will allow you to unlock characters, terrain, etc. Finally, the chiptunes type music is composed by Gast1312! To read all of my impressions on SpiritSphere. [www.graal.fr]
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Microsoft from Spain
What is SpiritSphere? SpiritSphere is the result of combining air hockey with the inspiration of classics of the fantastic genre, such as Zelda and Windjammers. The game is easy to learn, but difficult to master. As a result of the configuration and ease of play it is accessible to players of all ages. The game has been designed around its local multiplayer components, but the game features multiple single player components. Childhood Memories What I appreciate the most is the ability that the game gave me to revive the memories of childhood. These memories were to play video games with friends, companions and even my mother. So, I quickly fell in love With the game. It'S hard not to have these memories continually revived. I Think many players who crecierón with video games of the years 80 and 90 will quickly appreciate this game. The game is very basic. After all, it's air hockey. Fortunately There is a certain variety in the game thanks to the different balls that can be unlocked and the numerous environments. I'm Not sure how many different balls are available to you, but unlock them by spending coins on the Sphere's source. There Are Three characters you start with. I Think the only differences are cosmetic in nature. I hope that more will be available as you progress in the game or in future updates. The game is also very fast and so there is no multiplayer online. If There is some kind of delay, minimally minuscule, the game will become unplayable. While This is a little disappointing, I would love to play with friends online. Conclusion The Truth is that I found much joy in SpiritSphere. The simplicity of an air hockey game, fantastic battlefields inspired by the classic Zelda type is a great combination. It Is advisable to play it in Co-op mode, single player mode will make you very short, it is a shame that they have made the decision not to add online if I had it would win a lot. Note: 7/10
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