Ok, so think that Tapping games are fun, if you think not, then try Playing Super Ball Juggling for PC, well as long as there is only one ball everything is fine, but since there are two balls actually, you will find this game a work of Satan. After hours of continues gameplay you will see that there is no Physics apply in this game. Why? cause even if Player’s leg fell off after a little game, they will keep kicking it. Flappy Bird got the eye of world because of the difficulty and this game is the next one because of the same thing, but for all those who have broke things on Flappy Birds, Do not try this they will do the same here.
The game is totally free, available on Google Play Store and also Apple Store and rising to the top with a very high speed. Flappy Birds seems to give developers a way to enhance the popularity of apps by making them difficult and poor graphical instead of giving them high graphics and easy gameplay. Super Ball Juggling is not officially available for PC, but we have way for you to install it on PC running Windows and Mac.
How to play
- Tap left/right side of screen to kick
- Don’t let the ball fall
- Try to archive 4 medals
How To Install Super Ball Juggling On PC.
You need an Android emulator to run this game on your Windows PC or MAC. We recommend using Bluestacks. Use our guide to install it on your PC.
- Download Bluestacks and Install it.
- Once the Bluestacks is install, Open it.
- Click On Search Bar.
- Type Super Ball Juggling and Press Enter.
- Once the Results are displayed, look for Super Ball Juggling, cause there won’t be only one.
- Click Accept and continue the Downloading and installation.
- Once the Installation is done, Open the App from the Menu to run the application.
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