A few years back Noodlecake Studios announced that they would be dipping in the multiplayer gaming realm with two different games. The first of those, Golf Blitz, released a while back and has proven to be very popular. Now, the second has arrived, Motorball, which is available now for iOS and Android.

Motorball looks to be a mobile version of Rocket League, in that you're in charge of driving mini cars around playing soccer. It's a real-time multiplayer that also supports cross-platform, which should hopefully make queueing for a game a pleasantly speedy process.

It plays out from a top-down perspective in landscape orientation and the aim is simple, score more goals than your opponent. Of course, it won't be that simple and there will be a host of power-ups available that will make things more tricky for players as they try to net some goals.

This includes a hockey goalie who will take up a position in goal and strafe from left to right constantly, making it more difficult to slot the ball into the net. There's also a water pistol that will perch on the top of your vehicle, allowing you to move the ball from further away and a blob of good that will jam up the tires of whoever drives over it, slowing them down significantly.

The cars themselves will apparently be very customisable with a variety of paint jobs, decals and boost trails to choose from. There will also be different car bodies to choose from to which should provide a good amount of customisation.

Motorball is available now over on the App Store and Google Play. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.

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