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Game Vortex (Jun 24, 2003)
My co-reviewer, Julia loved this game and conquered three levels in just 30 minutes. For kids, this arcade style game is gold. It's lots of fun and easy to play. I can see that I am going to have to go see Julia if I want to play this game.
Kid testers didn't want to stop playing this game.
Ouders Online (May 17, 2000)
Belangrijk is natuurlijk of het spel lekker speelt. Het valt niet tegen, maar grafisch gezien is Splat Ball geen hoogvlieger. Je kijkt van bovenaf op het speelveld en de figuurtjes en dat doet wat simpel aan. Het leukste is gewoon om dit spel via Internet of (nog leuker) via een huisnetwerk te spelen. Dan kun je leuke competities houden en elkaar lekker onderspatten zonder zelf vies te worden. De besturing kan best lastig zijn als je midden in een verfgevecht ook nog ergens anders je ballon veilig moet proberen te stellen, maar dat is ook weer juist de lol. Voor Nederlanders zullen de Animaniacs-figuren nog niet echt bekend zijn, maar in de Verenigde Staten zijn ze echt een rage. Kortom: aardig spel voor regenachtige dagen, niks meer en niks minder.
Electric Playground (Feb 23, 2000)
Fresh from Southpeak’s puerile nonsense department comes this surprisingly fun, goofy and gooey arena shooter. Animaniacs Splat Ball offers some brilliant, hand-drawn graphics and animations from the top-down perspective. Gameplay is basically a whacked out capture-the-flag festival featuring perennial Animaniacs, Yakko, Wakko and Dot sporting ludicrous gob-lobbing guns.
Glide Underground (Dec 20, 1999)
This game is excellent fun for little children to have, but it will not appeal to adults. So if you have a child that likes cartoons and videogames, this game is probably a high choice.
IGN UK (Feb 29, 2000)
Ultimately, Animaniacs Splat Ball is a children's game that finds as its source of strength the capture the flag gameplay and not any clever design work on the part of SouthPeak Interactive. If you're looking for a non-violent game for a child that's a bit out of the ordinary, you may want to give this one a look. Everyone else should stay away.
Bottom Line: Paintball for the PC played from a third-person isometric view. Graphics are good, but animation could be a little livelier. Tons of levels to choose from. Excellent ladder system. Control is not as good as it should be, and characters would benefit from a speed boost. Not a bad title, but the repetitive action wore on me fairly quick.
Gameguru Mania (Nov 28, 1999)
Oh those cartoon devils Animaniacs are here again. What are they up to? To paint your face with some ugly blue in the paintball match. Even if the game offers dozens of possible maps all use on of the three predesigned background so you'll get bored really soon. The gameplay sucked for me, as the characters moves terrible and animation is just ugly. Actually what's positive on this game that it's totally non violent (if you don't mind that your baby will spray your pants with red color tomorrow).