Shooting ships, chaos and lots of partying. Have a Blast shows itself as a party game for PC and Nintendo Switch. The developer of the game is Team Blast. Firenut Games is the publisher.
The shooter game is played from the top-down perspective. You control a ship in battle against your friends. Five types of ships are available for battle. The game can also be played against bots. There are four different game modes.
The ships in Have a Blast
Each ship has identical functions. They look different and have different abilities. Skills are determined at random. The Sniper fires bolts at other ships with a powerful rail weapon, destroying them in one shot. The explosion creates effects that can, for example, throw your ship backwards. This is partly due to the inertia effect.
The Ship Control
The Ship Control ist problematic. With a little practice it can be managed. Each arena has obstacles and dangers that don't make this aspect any easier. Each ship takes a limited amount of damage from an explosion. The edge of the screen has no barriers. If you fly through, you come out the other side.
The game modes
Four game modes are available Have a blast to disposal. Versus is a four-player mode where four players can compete against each other. Team and Mothership each have a team of two players. Mothership mode adds a mothership that you must protect. There is also a challenge mode where you can compete 1v1. Have a Blast offers different arenas.
Conclusion on Have a Blast
As a party game, Have a Blast is quite entertaining. It's a lot of fun with friends and borders on a funny chaos in terms of clarity. It brings competition to the game and bots are available for solo players. Only the controls could have felt a bit simpler. As a party game, there is a recommendation.
Here is an article about the Developer Team Blast
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