Rocket League (PC)
Sports 07 July 2015
A futuristic sports game created by Psyonix Studios. This is a sequel to Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars released in 2008 on PS3. The game features an extraordinary version of soccer, in which players drive uniquely customized rocket-powered cars, trying to get the ball into the opponent’s goal. Cars possess an array of special powers, which can be modified as you progress with over a hundred different gadgets. Matches are played on special cage-shaped arenas with power-ups scattered across them. The game lets you play through a full league season against AI, the pinnacle however, is the multiplayer, both online and local. As compared with the previous game, this one has noticeably better graphics and improved physics engine.
Laser League (PC)
Laser League is a futuristic sports game, developed mostly for PC Windows. You participate in brutal, deadly games, in which two teams of four people each fight each other on maps full of dangerous lasers. The production features only a multiplayer mode.
Disc Jam (PC)
Sports 07 March 2017
A futuristic sports game. The title is an unusual hybrid of hockey and tennis. It was developed by independent studio High Horse Entertainment. The players participate in matches that take place on a rectangle field that is divided into two halves with a net. By throwing the titular disc above it, the player is trying to hit the opponent’s zone. Depending on the place of the hit, it is awarded with from one to five points. Various competitors differ between each other not only in looks (clothes and models can be individually customized), but in unique skills like shield or special throws as well. Disc Jam can be played alone (against AI-controlled opponents) or in multiplayer mode created for up to four players (via Internet or in split screen mode). The title features colorful, three-dimensional graphics and dynamic soundtrack.
Sports 12 July 2016
A minimalistic sports/action game developed by independent studio Action Button Entertainment. The gameplay mechanics in VIDEOBALL combine basketball, soccer, American football and perhaps even reference the popular coin football. The matches are played on small, rectangle courts and both players (and teams) are tasked with placing the ball in the gate or the gate area of the opponent. The ball is moved by shooting it with triangle bullets that can also be used to block the movements and shots of the opponent. The game is fast-paced and before starting playing it one can set the details of gameplay rules. VIDEOBALL also allows matches against the artificial intelligence, but unleashes its true potential only in multiplayer mode, where the players are challenging each other or in teams of two or three players.