An Indie Perspective of, Disco Dodgeball a small multiplayer indie game which has you run/skate around throwing dodgeballs at opposing players. Making trick shots such as bouncing the balls of the wall and more. This makes Disco Dodgeball an enjoyable game with plenty of replayablity and is definitely worth the price.
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About Robot Roller-Derby Disco Dodgeball
Robot Roller-Derby Disco Dodgeball is a projectile-based sports FPS where you race around a dance club in jet-powered robots, launch off skate park ramps and nail each other with exploding glow-in-the-dark dodgeballs. Shots are a one-hit-kill and you can deflect and catch enemy fire. Also perform a wide array of trick shots for bonus points or just show off. It plays like you enabled ‘all-throwing-knife’ mode in other shooters, and were all on skateboards, and at a rave.
Disco Dodgeball began development in July 2013, then added to Greenlight that November. It was then successfully Greenlit on February 5th 2014 and released on Steam Early Access on March 28, 2014. Disco Dodgeball officially released on February 19th, 2015. So far it has received a number of large patches since launch.