Basketball Odyssey 4+

Ruben Pecellin

Designed for iPad

    • 4.5 • 1.6K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Shoot hoops and unlock new worlds on this addictive and relaxing basketball game!

Basketball Odyssey is a different basketball experience. A journey of calm and relaxation due to its music and ambient sounds, while you feel the satisfaction from overcoming a challenge.

• Complete all hoops to unlock new and challenging worlds.
• Easy one handed controls.
• Play daily challenges. A new basketball world every day!
• Complete the hoops to get stars and rank up!
• 8-bit retro aesthetics with pixel art.
• A wonderful and relaxing soundtrack.
• Casual yet addictive basketball experience.
• Optimised for the latest iOS devices.

PLEASE NOTE! Basketball Odyssey is free to play, but it contains advertising and items that can be purchased for real money.

What’s New

Version 1.21

Minor bugs fixed.

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
1.6K Ratings

1.6K Ratings

bombdopecray ,

I agree

Not enough diversity. The word basketball makes me really mad sometimes. I wish it was called football odyssey. I still want to shoot a ball into a hoop but I want it to be called football instead. Thanks

tinylilguy ,

Shot meter needs improvement

Love the game, also played golf odyssey a lot too. My one issue is that in your games the shot meters are difficult to read. Since you just use dots to represent multiple ranges its very hard to know exactly how powerful your shot is. IMO it would be better if either you made each dot on the meter represent a single solid integer instead of a range, OR to change the look of the shot meter to be more of a slider so that it’s easier to gauge shot power.

AltSnail ,

Pieces missing

The game is very relaxing in terms of the worlds and the music, the actual gameplay takes away from that. The shot meter is regularly inconsistent and overall difficult to perform well with. The fact that you also have to start a world all over again if you can’t manage to make every shot with only two balls per level is ridiculous. An arcing shot meter would work wonders with this game and would make the game much easier to play and much more enjoyable as well.

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