Summary: At eight hundred Microsoft points " Madballs Babo Invasion " is well worth a look, and defiantly a better use of you points than TMHT (or TMNT). I would like to be able to recommend it more highly but my experience has been far from ideal.
Excerpt: If you've ever heard of Madballs before, then, yes, these are those Madballs. If not, then it probably helps to know that they were (or still are) a line of toy balls with the kind of gross-out appeal that fascinates eight year old boys.
Excerpt: Although one could be forgiven in thinking that this game is a clone of Marble Madness, however in actual fact, Madballs is a third-person shooter that does rely on physics (rolling) and a healthy dose of weaponry.
Excerpt: You probably had the same reaction I did when you heard this game talked about or saw reviews on these beloved intertubes: “What did Babo do to anger NYHC band Madball and what are they invading with? I hope they demonstrate their style.” I then realized that no, this isn't about a hardcore band.
Excerpt: First, a little history. When PlayBrains approached Microsoft to get their title, Babo: Invasion , published, it was a sequel to the freeware shooter BaboViolent 2 . Microsoft liked the game, but had one question: could the characters be Madballs?
Excerpt: Every now and again I am pleasantly surprised by unassuming titles that come to life and draw you into their world. Whilst reflecting on the creativity and effort that goes into making these moments possible, I feel a great sense of responsibility reviewing games given the blood, sweat and tears...