Play multiplayer street baseball with Wannabat Season Plus [iPhone]

Wannabat Season Plus takes baseball out of a stadium and puts it on the streets. The app boasts absolutely incredible graphics and gameplay, so much so that you literally feel like your in the action. It also requires that you master two different baseball skills, both batting and pitching, which adds more to the depth of the game.

Wannabat features three main game modes, single player, custom, and multi-player. Custom game mode is the best mode to choose if you are looking to improve your skills against the computer (they call them NPCs or Non-Player Characters). Single player mode will face you off against the app’s best NPCs. Defeating them will help you advance levels, earn important skill points, and unlock special items. The bonus to this level is that if you can beat any one NPC, that specific character becomes unlocked in custom game mode.

The most intriguing feature of Wannabat is its multi-player feature, as you are able to go one-on-one against a live opponent in real-time. If you can defeat your opponent, you will win crucial battle points that allow you to upgrade your character. In general, that is what this game is all about, using skill points to strengthen your character. Along the way, you will acquire unique special skills that will help your player dominate as a pitcher and as a hitter. Not to mention that you can personalize your character with clothing, cool hair styles, and baseball equipment.

Price: $1.99

Note: Wannabat Season Plus is normally $1.99 but is free “for a limited time” at the time of this writing. No word on when it will go back to $1.99.

Version discovered: 1.2.1

Requires: iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad; iOS 5.1 and up

Download size: 81.6 MB

Wannabat Season Plus on iTunes

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