Drop the Ball!

Drop the Ball!

By Voodoo

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2017-08-24
  • Current Version: 1.0.10
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 103.99 MB
  • Developer: Voodoo
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 16,387 Ratings


Drop the Ball and let gravity take care of the rest in this new and exciting block breaker.



  • New Update Not Good

    By Jimmy68_24
    The new update they just did changed up the way scoring is done and I will never be able to reach my previous high score now. It use to be for every block you hit you get a point but, now you only get a point if you hit a block that’s on 1. They need to change the scoring back to the old way.
  • Fun But Buggy

    By IndecisiveZebra
    This game has been a fun time waster during downtime. I got pretty good at it and made it to 84%, but now it won’t increase. I’ve had hundreds of medals since hitting 84% and it hasn’t budged. Fix it!
  • Too many ads!

    By Smartphone junkie
    Ads on free games are understandable, but 20 seconds before you can exit out of an ad? Nope. Also multiple ads between games, also nope. Deleting.
  • Why did the Star bomb go away?

    By Jjdjdjdndnnddndn
    Honestly, without the star bomb, I am going to stop playing this game.
  • Too many ads

    By Holtbone
    This company is stupid. You should let someone play long enough to actually enjoy the game before you barrage them with your stupid ads....
  • Cool

    By Dinomom9899
    Takes skill to get it past a few, fun
  • Ads literally interrupt the game

    By Hdyehvfbvyhgsvggsgg
    Your game will be stopped in the middle and you will be taken to the App Store for and advertised app. When you press “back” you go back to the game and literally 1-2 seconds later will be taken back to the App Store for another app. Sometimes theirs happens 5-6 times in a row.
  • Frustrating but fun

    By Arnion007
    I love the idea of this game, but it’s very frustrating. I can’t seem to get past a certain point, and I don’t seem to be getting any better. After only 3 days of playing, I may delete it. A 2 minutes round is not worth 30 seconds of ads.
  • Deceptive practices

    By Murphile
    The game is enjoyable and addictive, but you pay $3 for no ads, it should mean no ads. I still have to wait between every single round with the only benefit that I don’t have to watch the entirety of the ad before being allowed to skip. Again “no ads” shouldn’t mean “reduced ad time” it should mean no ads. I would not have paid $3 if I had known it wasn’t going to be very different from the free version. It’s bad business practice.
  • Calming simplicity

    By probably the new chat lobby
    A game to just chill with.