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Tilt the floor to roll a ball through an obstacle course and collect coins before time runs out. Neverball is part puzzle game, part action game, and entirely a test of skill.

The current version of Neverbal features over 140 challenging levels divided into six sets. Bonus levels can be unlocked by playing "challenge" mode.

Neverball also supports mouse, keyboard, gamepad and joystick input. Please see the in-game Help screen for playing instructions.

Our official forums can be found at nevercorner.net along with the Nevertable, an online "Hall Of Fame" where replays can be uploaded and shared with the community.

Progress Towards Neverball's 1.6.0 Release


Progress Towards Neverball's 1.6.0 Release

Recently, Neverball contributors came together for their first IRC gathering to discuss current development status and progress towards a 1.6.0 release.

Oct 24, 2012 News
Recession Bundle Launches!


Recession Bundle Launches!

The Recession Bundle has just launched and Star-Twine is a part of it! The bundle includes 6 freeware games and 2 paid bonus games for donators! A portion of revenues will go to SOS Children’s Village...

Jul 5, 2012 News
An Interview With Neverball's Original Developer


An Interview With Neverball's Original Developer

Neverball community member Cheeseness interviews original Neverball creator about Neverball's inspiration, creation and evolution, and what it's like to hand over a project to be community driven.

Jun 19, 2012 News
Hacking Neverball Part 1: NeverKinect


Hacking Neverball Part 1: NeverKinect

Over the years, Neverball has been adapted for a lot of purposes by a lot of different people. Most recently, we've heard that somebody has been working on bindings to allow Neverball to be controlled...

Jan 7, 2012 News
Neverball and Neverputt are coming to Desura!


Neverball and Neverputt are coming to Desura!

We're excited to announce that Neverball and Neverputt are coming to Desura!

Sep 25, 2011 News
Comments  (0 - 10 of 42)
ĜL1TCĦ³ Mar 11 2014, 4:15pm said:

is this game actually still in development?
seeing as the most recent news article on this was from 2012

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parasti Mar 23 2014, 9:51am replied:

Yes, it is, we just haven't had new releases for a while. Most communication happens on our forum and GitHub.

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NelGarbuzova Jan 22 2014, 12:08pm said:

it doesn't launch

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Cheeseness Feb 10 2014, 10:58pm replied:

Alrighty, can we get some more information on your system, any errors you get and what you've tried to work around the problem?

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WizMatias Jan 24 2013, 2:50pm said:

I'll prove I love = D

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hulk0 Oct 27 2012, 2:30pm said:

Android version PLEASE. This game would be PERFECT for tablets and smartphones, since they have cccelerometer controls. I wonder why nobody has made a port yet.

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Cheeseness Oct 29 2012, 7:53pm replied:

Actually, there have been both iOS and Android ports that have had work done on them.

A version of Neverputt based on the 1.4.x source tree has been available on the iTunes store for several years ( Itunes.apple.com ). Neverball has some performance issues, which our recent migration to OpenGL ES will hopefully help with).

There's an APK for testing on Android devices, which can be downloaded from our forum ( Forum.nevercorner.net ). I'm not working on that myself, but I am under the impression that it is getting some development attention at the moment from one or two of our other contributors :)

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deivas Jul 6 2012, 2:30pm said:

it was my first game on pc

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SirNamTaey May 27 2012, 2:03pm said:

Reminds me of Marble Blast.
Good old middle school days xD

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Progressor Jan 18 2012, 10:54am said:

Really neat game. Takes some time to get the hang of it. Some levels are frustratingly hard. The basic levels are all quite doable.

Have played this game quite some time (not via Desura, just from repos) and I'm suprised to hear people calling the controlls jerky. Aren't they using the mouse or something? You don't want to play this game with the keyboard, but with mouse (or joystick, I imagine) it works like a charm.
(The rest is skill-dependent. ;-))

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