Super Transball 2 is a game inspired by Zarathrusta for the Amiga 500. In each level of Transball, the goal is to find the SPHERE, capture it and carry it to the upper part of the level. The main obstacle is the gravity, that impulses you towards the ground. But many other obstacles, canons, tanks, doors, etc. will try to make difficult your journey.
The game has many levels, in each level the goal is to find the white sphere, and carry it to the upper part of the screen. This may seem easy at the beginning, but as the levels become more and more complicated, to reach the top of the screen can be extremely difficult.
To move through the levels, you command a ship, that is attracted by the gravity of the planet. As if this wasn’t enough, you will find enemies that fire you, doors and many other difficulties on your way.
- Different ships:
- The Shadow Runner – an extremely fast ship with retro thrusters; not for beginners.
- The V-Panther 2 – the easiest ship to control. Medium speed, and medium weapons.
- The X-Terminator – a ship with extremely powerful ship but very slow.
- Save replays.
- Replay manager.
- Support for different level-packs.
Developer: Santi Ontanon
License: GNU General Public License v3.0
Super Transball 2 is written in C++. Learn C++ with our recommended free books and free tutorials.
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