WallBalls: Divide and Conquer – Review

Addictive, puzzling and truly wonderful is how you will likely to find Wallballs and the aim is deceptively simple; you will see a number of balls bouncing around on the screen of your device and your task is to create walls to isolate and compound them. It may sound easy enough but there is a challenging aspect to this game.

To make the walls you will need to swipe your finger on the screen just a short distance in the direction you want the wall to go. This can be done vertically or horizontally. But be careful, as if a ball should hit your wall while under construction the wall will collapse and will have to be rebuilt from scratch.

Once the ball has been separated from the others and is impounded, it will explode. This is the aim, to explode those balls and then you can move up to the next level. But you will have a time limit, 30 seconds in fact, in which to isolate the balls before you can advance forward to the next stage. Try as hard as you can to destroy as many balls as possible and then compare your scores against your friends and family in the Game Center.


Within the game of Wallballs there is another fantastic game called Dominate. This is just a clone on the all-time classic “Qix” only here you’ll find some great additions in the game play. Your task is to cover a minimum of 72 percent of the area with walls while making sure the balls don’t hit your wall while it’s under construction. If you do let the ball hit your wall, you’ll lose a life.

All the balls have a personality of their own and none of which are likely to be the type you’ll want to meet down some dark alley. There are many tricks and traps in this addictive game play app and you will often be forced to use special powers so that you can clear each level accordingly.


There are many ways in which you can win in this game and the best way to victory, we found, was to isolate each ball one by one. The greater the area you cover, the more bonus points you will get in the bag. You could also use the strategy of getting as close as you can to the 72 percent required, and then try to cover as much area as you possibly can with the final wall.