Knock Balls! cheats

Knock Balls! Cheats, Tips & Guides

written by Voodoo

  • Release date: 2019-05-20
  • Current version: 2.2
  • File size: 362.87 MB
  • Developer: Voodoo
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later. or Android KitKat 4.4, Lollipop 5.0, Marshmallow 6.0, Nougat 7.0, Oreo 8.0, Android P 9.0 or later
Gaming Score: 4.5
4.5
From 167,196 Votes

Knock Balls! Intro


Does a particular Knock Balls! Level seem impossible to beat? Not to worry - We'll provide the best tips, tricks, and cheats to beat any Level of this game. Enjoy our hints, walkthroughs and guides to come out on top any Knock Balls! Level.


Knock Balls! is an iPhone and Android Game, developed by Voodoo. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers, with the latest current version being 2.2 which was officially released on 2019-05-20. As a testament to the app's popularity, it has gathered a total of 167,196 Reviews on the Apple App Store alone, with an average user rating of 4.5 out of a possible 5.

Video Manual: Knock Balls! Gameplay

Knock Balls! Cheats, Tips and Guides


How does Knock Balls! game work?

Throw balls and crush as many structures as you can! Hundreds of structures, levels and different visual ambiances to discover and to come! One-tap easy-to-learn controls with stunning visual effects and addictive gameplay mechanics.

Knock Balls! Reviews & Game ideas

  • Great FREE game with ONE exception!!!

    5
    By Ogre1956
    When you clear a level and you still have 10+ balls left to shoot (like even as many as 30) why doe the game just DELETE THEM and start your next round with only 5 measly balls. Then you REQUIRE MORE than 5 balls to knock the next set of walls down. This FORCES the player to watch a stupid video commercial in order to get 3-5 free balls that the player probably still had left from the prior round IF the game would not have stolen them from you!!!!! So.......... what l am saying is IF you EARN the balls that you are given to shoot at the targets AND you do not use them all you get to use them in the next round!!!! Do that and you would definitely merit 5 stars!!!
  • Repetitive, excessive ads, no progression time waster

    1
    By jayejhay
    This was a 3-star level time waster as there was no progression or difficulty increase with successive stages, but it was fun enough due to the bonus shots that let you shoot two at a time. Getting the bonus shots made you focus because your bonus amount depended on how many extra shots you had on the previous stage. There were ads, sure, but it would be a here and there kind of thing. But, getting those bonuses made this game worthwhile as it was fun seeing the blocks all fly a way so easily. With the recent update, they got rid of the bonus shots and now there’s an ad after every, repeat, every stage completion, which is becoming an unfortunate trend lately. The lesser amount of ads separated this game from the other, overly simple games like it. But, now as it joins that group of ad-heavy games, it also now joins my deleted games list with a 1-star review. Definitely not worth any money to get rid of ads. Also, some of these other reviews seem to utter unrelated nonsense, one even seems to have copied a songs full lyrics, and they all are giving 5 stars...strange. Very few 4+ stars reference any aspect of the game...
  • More challenge, less for no ads, cheese

    4
    By KrisHollywood
    I’m already past level 100, but it seems to be the same formations repeating over and over. Haven’t seen anything new, or even slightly difficult, once like level 10. Yes, it does cater to all ages. And, yes, you can make some money by offering “no ads” at the end of each stage. My thoughts: Why charge so much for no ads? I’d rather suffer through adverts for games that sickeningly repeat the phrases “only 10% of players get past level 2”, or “My spouse left me because of this game”, than pay more than a dollar for ad removal. Also, maybe create a challenge mode, or difficulty level. If people are buying the “no ads”, then VooDoo should be able to afford someone’s skills for a week to make harder levels. I ask you seriously consider this. 2% of gaming programmers listen to their customers. Otherwise they get tired of the same old mundane thing, and delete the game. It’s happened before. After my wife left me.