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Berzerk Ball 2

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Dec 19, 2012 | 3:50 PM EST
  • Frontpaged December 20, 2012
  • Daily Feature December 20, 2012
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Adrian 5 Points Get 6 Challenge Medals.
One small step for a geek... 5 Points Reach 40,000 Distance.
Total Noob 5 Points Get your team to level 5.
What's the hurry? 5 Points Reach 400 Speed.
Appolo 10 Points Get 9 Challenge Medals.
Major League 10 Points Reach 100,000 Distance.
Regular Noob 10 Points Get your team to level 10.
Turbo Nerd 10 Points Reach 600 Speed.
Col. Mustard 25 Points [?], [?], [?], [?], Left, Right, Left, Right, B, A, Select, Start...
Drago 25 Points Get 12 Challenge Medals.
Fat and Furious 25 Points Reach 700 Speed.
Hercule Poirot 25 Points One is Silver and the other's Gold...
Homerunesque 25 Points Reach 200,000 Distance.
Lt. Colombo 25 Points Geek ain't no dev'...
Sherlock Holmes 25 Points Girls around the world...
Still a little Noobish 25 Points Get your team to level 15.
Theo Kojak 25 Points Rough way back...
Not a Noob anymore...almost 50 Points Get your team to level 20
Rocky 50 Points Get 15 Challenge Medals
So far, so Geek 50 Points Reach 350,000 Distance.
What just passed by? 50 Points Reach 800 Speed.
Alright, you're good...Damn Cheater! 100 Points Get your team to level 25.
It's a bird...It's a Plane...It's PWNED!!! 100 Points Reach 500,000 Distance.
TCB in a Flash 100 Points Reach 900 Speed.
Tiger whom Rocky has the eye of 100 Points Get 18 Challenge Medals.

Author Comments

Update 2.0: Berzerk Ball 2 is now bigger, longer and well, isn't that enough?

Added a new barrier to break.
New bonuses to unlock.
Improved geek smashing & balance
Longer overall gameplay


Let out some rage on internet geeks and smash them into oblivion! Berzerk Ball 2 is finally here! Your objective is simple; select a character, build a geek, then smash him as far as you can! It won't be easy; he'll insult you and make fun of you in 1337 speak as you repeatedly hit him further and further! Best of all, you can upgrade your character learn new moves, earn new weapons, and other items that increase your stats and impact the overall damage you do to your nerd!



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Awesome game! I love funny remarks that the geek makes best one so far " hentai > real women ".

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I really like this game, it is a great sequel to the first. I can understand the insane grind to this as you also made this as a mobile game. A short game on a mobile device that you beat in two days gets quickly deleted to make room for something longer. At least, for me it does.
I like all the different upgrades and costumes, and I especially love the blacksmith and mini-games
While I was daunted at first by the sheer distances involved in this, I steadily made progress across the arena.

There are a couple of things I noticed.

There are some grammatical and spelling errors. "Strenght" and "vehicules" in the Hairy Knuckles and Party Animal descriptions and "mobilie" in the mobile version banner come to mind. They're minor, and usually good for a laugh, but it sort of makes the game feel like all the descriptions were rushed without much thought into them.

I don't know if this is just me or something, but the collision seems a little bit screwy, especially when at 275+ speed. I find myself often sailing straight through creeps instead of hitting them, and even sometimes hitting them when I barely clipped them. It's a mite irritating because I usually pass right through creeps that I was relying on hitting to either get another Ultimate Smash or to just keep myself off the ground for one more second.

There is very little variety between the characters themselves. The only real difference is that they have different skins. Maybe different attack sequences for the Ultimates or something, as watching the same ten second animation gets repetitive, especially since there isn't really anything interactive in that part, like "click as fast as your fingers will let you to fill up the bar before the animation is over" or something.

Other than those minor things, this is a great game. Love the weapons, love the mini-games, love everything, and even the flaws aren't enough to keep me from playing. If I could give a 4.75/5, I would.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

The game was amazing. My only complaint; that God-forsaken Damage Threshold Challenge. Like, I wasted 2 hours of my life because I have a habit of being persistent. It was set-up really stupidly; you only get 2 creep types and you're expected to beat the hell out of the geek. The upgrades for the challenges are useless too. What's the point of having a damage upgrade when the difference is rather minimal. I barely beat the damn thing after I got all the upgrades. At least you could have made more damaging components. Or made the creeps bigger. Or something that wouldn't just make the challenge a hassle instead of a challenge. I was going to quit, to be honest, after I tried using Marcus with the Bloody Enforcer with full Creep Encounters. I was seriously cursing at my screen. It pissed me off the most when I FINALLY got me the ultimate smash bar filled and either of the two happen; I successfully use the ultimate and then no creeps are hit after the damn thing finishes or I get the bar filled and the character I'm using is already ahead of the geek, making it useless and just infuriating. If you can just fix those... Please, fix that shit up. Thanks for the wonderful game, btw.

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Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

sorry berzerker but i didnt like it much sorry please make better onces


Rated 5 / 5 stars

the kingpin mini-game fucks with my already bad eyesight

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