Blast home runs with the swipe of your finger!
An official game of MLB.com, the makers of Home Run Derby & R.B.I. Baseball. Winner of the 2016 Clio Sports Award for Digital/Social Game.
Each level presents challenging score goals and big rewards with physics-based gameplay for hours of fun! Increase your score by blasting homers outside of the ballpark and send them crashing through the city streets. Earn special bonus points for slamming into windows, cars, airplanes, blimps and even spaceships!
Over 120 levels and 6 iconic environments including Yankee Stadium, Wrigley Field, Comerica Park, Globe Life Park, AT&T Park & Citizens Bank Park.
Sweeten your slugging abilities by using cards and boosts with unique abilities to get the extra pop you need to top your high score!
Before you download this experience, please consider that this app contains social media links intended for an audience over 13, in-app purchases that cost real money, as well as advertising for MLB.com and some third parties.
© 2016 MLB.com. All rights reserved. All other trademarks and copyrights are the property of their respective owners.
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Fun & Great time killer
I almost didn't download this app due to the negative reviews saying it was just an app trying to make you spend money. I don't know what they're talking about. So glad I didn't listen. It's fun, not as hard as some people make it out to be and I haven't spent a dime on it. It's a great little time killer when you just want to play a game.
An enjoyable game that’s unfortunately more PAY than PLAY.
The gameplay in Line Drive is both fun and addictive. The developers did a remarkable job at creating an app that seems to reward the user in the first few games at each stadium with more accurate and powerful swings and penalize them in later games forcing them (us) to pay for boosts. Many boosts and card packs require ‘bucks’ which are rewarded by achieving higher stars. Because of the aforementioned gameplay issue, this is much easier in the early games and very difficult in later games. I very quickly found myself purchasing cups of coins and stacks of money to move to additional stadiums. I would be less aggravated if the cost for bucks and coins wasn’t so unnecessarily high. I feel that the developers got a little greedy and that it would frustrated the users much less if they would reduce the cost of coins and bucks. I don’t mind making in-app purchases but the price feels very high. I continue playing but generally quit when I find myself in a situation that requires me to buy something. Unfortunately, this happens much to often and much too quickly.
Fun at first, boring quickly after.
I had a lot of fun playing at first. Quickly was able to advance through levels, then I figured out you can use credits to buy enhancements to score more points to get more stars to open more levels. Right now I’m stuck in Detroit trying to access the Rangers ballpark. It’s literally impossible to pass the point I’m at with out enhancements, and almost impossible to pass this part with enhancements. If you’re trying to find a fun game to stay busy for a half hour or so, this works fine, but don’t keep with it too much or you’ll be spending actual money to try to win.
- Major League Baseball Advanced Media
- 310.9 MB
Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- © 2016 MLB Advanced Media, L.P. All rights reserved.
- In-App Purchases
- Jumbo Cup $49.99
- Jumbo Stack $49.99
- Large Cup $19.99
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.