The list of Backward Compatible games for the Xbox One is ever increasing with classic title, after classic title. Sometimes the games are not quite that classic, but fun to have anyway. Co-Optimus still loves you Madballs in Babo: Invasion.
This issue of On The Download gets to me so much I made up a word to best illustrate how this makes gamers feel. Have you noticed that when a game comes out on one system but doesn’t hit the other systems at the same time, the later port of the game often comes with different, improved features?
The other day I was asked what I thought of Dragon Age by one of my buddies. I sat for a moment and finally admitted “I have it, but haven’t played...” Why would someone do that? I have a strange quirk where I don’t like starting games unless I have time to finish them...
The past two years that I’ve been here with Co-optimus I’ve noticed one very important trend: Co-op games are coming in nice, affordable, downloadable packages. That being said, I’ve also noticed my hard drives filling up quickly - Be it my Xbox 360 250gig, or my PS3 80gig, space is running out...
The Xbox Live Arcade Deal of the Week comes to the rescue of anyone needing a good co-op fix! Among Avatar props and other Arcade and Indie games are Madballs in...Babo: Invasion and Band of Bugs, two great co-op games sure to makeany Co-Optimer feel right at home rolling and skittering around as bug-sized characters. You can snag each one for 400 MS Points each - a 50% savings!
Now that Steam is available on Mac computers, we're looking forward to a lot of co-op announcements. One of those announcements comes from our beloved Playbrains, developers of the hit co-op game Madballs in...Babo: Invasion. Madballs will be joining the Mac Steam family, complete with a few pleasant features that will have PC and Mac users playing co-op in the Madballs struggle today.
Tonight is your Splinter Cell: Conviction Co-op night. Tactical stealthy Sam Fisher gets his night with a buddy, and so do you. A few of us are stuck waiting on a shipment of our copy of the game, so we're left out. Never fear, we get a second chance to play together and it's free-er.
I mean, Madballs in...Babo: Invasion is free to play on Steam this upcoming weekend (April 16-18). Okay, so you could always play the demo version of the game - but does the demo include all of the levels, new maps, skins, unlockables, and our very favorite Co-op? No, it doesn't. So, join up with us this weekend and play some Madballs on Steam. You have 36 hours to play as much Madballs as you like (in co-op because we said so,) starting this Friday.
Upon my return home after PAX East, I booted up my Steam account to get an update from Madballs in...Babo: Invasion. I read said update to discover that the developer Playbrains new, highly addictive iPhone/iPod touch puzzle game will be available to those who own the PC Version of Madballs for free.
Do you find yourself wanting to repurchase games that you already own? Do you notice an imbalance in your bank account or credit card statements in increments of $2-$5? Are you addicted to Steam, PSN or Xbox LIVE Arcade games. If you've answered "yes," you likely have a case of S.A.D.*
Hello fellow co-op gamers, Jenkins of the Madballs in...Babo: Invasion B-D-I faction (for the record, we're the good guys) here to host the new "On The Download" with the one and only fabulous co-op Survival Mode survival guide for the PC version of Madballs in: Babo...Invasion!
It's time once again to get your creative thinking caps on. Madballs in...Babo Invasion wants to see your balls on Youtube in a bit of friendly competition. By making a quirky Madballs related video and uploading it to Youtube, you could win up to $1000 from Bumpatrol.org on behalf of the Madballs community.