Swipe with your finger over the flying ball to swing the bat. End the swipe when the ball reaches the strike zone to hit it. The length of the swipe will determine how far the ball will go and the direction of the swipe will determine in which direction it will fly.
Try to land the ball close to red flag on the field - each time this gets you a new baseball card to build your vintage card collection. The game contains 50 cards from the T206 baseball card set from the early 1900's, featuring superstars like Ty Cobb. Finding cards with better batting average will improve your chances of scoring home runs. If you are lucky you might even find the super-rare Honus Wagner card. More cards are coming in future updates of the game.
Use the experience generated by playing games to train your player stats. Upgrading the power and accuracy of your player will let you score home runs and find new cards more easily. Opening the game each day will also give you bonus experience.
Optimized the game controls
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Really Good Game
At first, when I was hitting the ball 30 to 40 feet, I thought, well you know what I thought. But as I got into it and figures it out it became simple and fun. I like the white line In the field that moves every time you hit a personal best.
This is a generous game. It does not require any cash and you can easily build strength enough to mash it over the fence. The ads are subtle and unobtrusive! Thank you. If you want to build experience more quickly you can watch an ad but it is not necessary. I appreciate the developer for this.
The only problem is that when the ball flies over the fence at 255 feet, the program can not calculate the distance correctly. Once it told me I hit the ball over 2,000 feet. Sometimes it tells you it was 250’ which is inside the park. Since it is a home run game and the object is to build strength its measuring accuracy beyond the fence should be terrific. Also, when you look at the leaderboards the distance it say is your all-time best is way short of what you have been hitting.
Change this and it’s five stars! Simple, easy to learn, fun. Not too challenging. Thanks.
Oh, in response to the previous review, baseball started out with a minimum of 250 feet from home plate, to the outfield fence. It was somewhat rare for the ball to even clear the fence, in home run situations, so, most home runs were inside the park. After decades of baseball, the players were getting bigger, and stronger, so they didn’t really start moving the outfield fence back, until later in the 20th century. So, with the maximum distance on this game being only 250 feet, the developers made this game fairly historically accurate. You’re welcome.
Seeds of greatness here
It appears development has been abandoned, but how I wish they would take a few steps to up this game. Clear instructions and explanation would be a start. A better game mode. It is truly a beautiful game. I do not understand the physics of the swipe. There appears to be no consistency to cause and effect. Still love the game.
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- Vladimir Angelov
- 82.9 MB
- Requires iOS 6.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 6.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 6.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
- Age Rating
- © 2017 Vladimir Angelov
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