Rate Bounce Ball
4.32/5 stars (122 votes)

Bounce Ball Controls

Use the mouse and the left mouse button to draw lines.

  • Rating: 4.32/5

  • Plays: 47557

Bounce Ball Walkthrough

Bounce Ball is a great game for kids because it really challenges your kids to use their brain to solve the puzzle presented to them. There are fifty levels in total that get progressively more difficult as you play, but that's really where the benefit lies. Things start off fairly simply allow your child to get the hang of that the game is asking of them, but as they play things start getting more challenging and they're really need to look at the puzzle to figure out what they need to do.

The basic premise of Bounce Ball is pretty easy to understand. You have an orange ball and you need to draw lines to get that orange ball to the star. The lines you draw are shown in orange while the obstacles you need to navigate around are shown in blue. In order to progress to the next level the ball will have to hit the star. Missing it, even by a small amount, will mean having to retry the level. The real challenge of the game is that in each level you only have a limited amount of ink so you need to use it carefully. It's certainly not easy, especially in later levels, but the challenge is what makes it so much fun and is also what helps you children learn as they play.

Bounce Ball offers several educational benefits to children but it's presented in such a way that the game is appealing and fun to play. That makes it much easier to get your kids to play. This game will teach your kids the importance of careful thinking and strategizing. It will also help your kids strengthen their logic and problem solving skills by presenting them with puzzles they really have to think to find the solution to. No level in this game is so easy it doesn't require at least a little bit of thought - even the very first level. If you want to beat all fifty levels in this game, you will also need to understand the importance of patience. This isn't a game you can rush through. You need to take your time with it. Finally, this one also teaches your kids that making mistakes is okay as long as you're able to learn from them. With this physics drawing game, nothing is a better teacher than your own mistakes. If something you try doesn't work, you need to look at why it didn't work and try to figure out how to fix it the next time around. The benefit for your children there is obvious.

The great thing about Bounce Ball is that there are several power ups in later levels that can help your kids reach their goals a bit more easily. Blue power ups lowers the gravity of your ball while purple power ups increase the size of your ball and red power ups increase the size of the star making it easier to hit the target The truth is, though, that going for a power up isn't always the best way to complete a level. You need to look at what the power up does and whether or not you absolutely need it to reach your goal. If you don't and getting the power up will mean making the puzzle a lot more difficult, it may be a better idea to skip it. Remember, there is only a limited amount of ink. Don't waste ink trying to get a power up you don't absolutely need. This teaches your kids a great lesson about prioritizing. Going for the easy answer (such as purple or red power ups) isn't always going to help you reach your goal.

Overall, Bounce Ball is a great educational physics drawing game that will help your child strengthen their logic and problem solving skills while also keeping them entertained. Many of the other physics drawing games offer the same benefits, but this one is presented in a colorful, fun and entertaining way that makes it far more appealing for kids. If you want to get the most benefit out of the game, play it with your child. Come up with solutions together. You'll get to spend a little quality time together, have fun together and also learn together. This is a great game any parent looking to teach their child that learning can be fun should introduce their child to. It isn't easy, but as long as you're available to offer help and suggestions, you child should be able to get a lot of benefit out of it. Encourage them to stick with it by playing along or challenging them to get further than you were able to get. You might be surprised by how much motivation a little friendly competition offers.