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Boom Ball 2 is Coming to Xbox One on December 21, 2016

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Boom Ball 2 is Coming to Xbox One on December 21, 2016

It was announced by Virtual Air Guitar Company, that Boom Ball 2 for Kinect will be released on December 21st, 2016 on Xbox One at a price of $9.99 / €9.99 / £7.99.

Check out the trailer of Boom Ball 2 for Kinect, showcasing the games’ features:

“The game will feature a local co-op mode, where two players stand side by side in front of Kinect and work together to clear each of the game’s 50 levels. Every level can be played in either single-player or two-player mode. “With two players, your goal is the same, but you have an extra pair of hands. Very useful when there’s a dozen balls flying around,” says Aki Kanerva, Founder and Lead Designer at Virtual Air Guitar Company.

“Boom Ball 2’s merry havoc makes it a great game to play with the family on Christmas holidays,” continues Kanerva. “It’s easy to learn and gets everyone up and moving.”


  • Use awesome ping-pong skills to throw balls and smash thousands of cubes!
  • Two-player co-op! Bring a friend or family member!
  • Cute cubes, big bonuses and manic multiball mayhem!
  • 50 brand-new levels!
  • 5 beautiful locations: Tropical Paradise, Snowy Mountain, Crystal Caves, Cloud City and Space!
  • Every level can be played with 1 or 2 players!
  • This game is suitable for all ages, shapes and sizes, and may result in getting seriously fit.

About Virtual Air Guitar Company

Virtual Air Guitar Company is an indie studio with experience on Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS3, PC and Android. We create unique motion games and applications, from full-body action to precise fingertip control. Our company was founded in 2006 by computer vision and virtual reality researchers.

We understand motion control. It’s not just a new way of remaking old applications. It’s about creating natural interaction that simply isn’t possible with a gamepad, mouse or touchscreen.

We are eager to try out new technologies, to discover exactly what kind of content can make the best use of them.

From easy-to-use menus to the core of motion gameplay, every little detail is lovingly crafted in-house by our design team.”

For more information n Boom Ball 2, visit its official website.

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