mjayg  [developer] May 27, 2014 @ 10:30am
“G-Ball” is a fast-paced zero-gravity sport game for PC and Mac set in orbit in the year 2035. Astronaut athletes challenge you in a mash-up of basketball, football, and dodgeball as you soar through a zero gravity arena in 3 on 3 team matches. Players can lead shots on goal with the scoring ball or support their teammates by smashing their opponents with defensive balls. Zero-gravity ballers tackle and intercept the ball in this lightning-fast, hard-hitting game. The game includes text and voice chat as well as native (and mind-blowing) Oculus Rift support. Cloud server options are also included.

G-Ball is the first module of Starlite Astronaut Academy, a much-anticipated digital space exploration project made in conjunction with NASA, who provided Project Whitecard with the science and mandate to deliver games with more STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) content to the young-at-heart.

For more information, video and screenshots visit http://store.steampowered.com/app/296150

Owners of Starlite: Astronaut Rescue will receive access to G-Ball automatically through Steam.
Last edited by mjayg; May 28, 2014 @ 12:46pm
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mjayg  [developer] May 27, 2014 @ 10:30am 
John Madden!

(FIRST! ha ha ha)
Lobster Doge May 27, 2014 @ 1:57pm 
Yeah...would've been first....just got on a few hours late...anyways, i'll definetely will take a closer look into that. It sounds awesome
mjayg  [developer] May 27, 2014 @ 8:04pm 
Sorry, I had to do it. (aeiou) :)

Thanks and hope you like the game!
Tree Baron Jul 10, 2014 @ 8:08pm 
[rainbow]Batō the Sleepless Eye Jul 14, 2014 @ 11:41pm 
Looks like good fun if it was advertised better so the community would be more lively. However, the words "educational" and "video game" should never be put together. I absolutely despised the educational garbage I 'played' in elementary on computers. But back to my earlier point... Its rather odd that NASA is supporting your games but won't throw up just a little money to advertise it. Unless these games are what they plaster around kids museums for science or astrology.
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