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Spike Volleyball

50 national teams, men's and women's, go head to head in a realistic indoor volleyball simulation. Speed, reflexes, teamwork: all the elements needed for success are there for a spectacular sports experience. Manage your own team and take it to the highest level. Enter multiple international tournaments, change your tactics to catch your opponent off guard and become world champions! Spikes, blocks, floaters… Master the skills of volleyball and experience all the thrills of one of the most complex team sports played today, realistically reproduced with the powerful Unreal Engine 4.
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

As the only indoor volleyball game on steam, I still recommend it. Advantage: the image is acceptable, easy to operate, can play a certain match, if you are a volleyball fan, should buy it.
Improvements: the graphics can be more realistic, motion capture and dynamics are not precise enough, hope to be more accurate.
All in all, please support it. The only indoor volleyball game

Review from Steam


Review from Steam

Very good volleyball game even tho the online multiplayer feature doesn't work but the remote play does so overall a great game if you like volleyball, I highly recommend it.

Review from Steam

- Finally, a volleyball videogame
- Controls feel as natural as a Madden or 2K game
- Graphics are fine
- Campaign mode is a nice touch
- The stylization of the graphics are simple, perfect for serving their purpose while not being overly flashy and taking away from the game
- The animations are super stale and do not always line up with actions
- Dropped inputs and a major lack of control
- Blocking feels absolutely useless
- Exploits are easy to find and milk
- How did this pass QA
For what I wanted in a volleyball game, this is a great base. The controls feel natural (when they work), the game is fun (when it doesn't glitch out), and as a first attempt from a smaller developer, I'm getting my money's worth. Maybe I'm used to some of the broken-ness of sports games coming from NCAA and Madden having animations define most of the gameplay, but I can even see how horrid this is. Balls are spiked before the attacker even jumps, the setter is across the court from the ball and somehow still sets it, incorrect animations are loaded and you can't pass the ball despite pressing the right button at the right time, etc. The lack of an ability to attack on an overpass (or any indicator that there is one) is but one of the restrictions I'd hope to see lifted.
But, for the only VB videogame I've seen that tries to emulate the EA title's ideas of what a sports game is, the design is extremely solid. If Spike 2 is on the horizon, the same formula works, just need to expand it and fix all the glitches that every single review brings up. If you're itching to play some 6v6 volleyball though, this isn't the worst investment you can make.