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Super Hit Baseball

(17 679)
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Price
Free
Category
Games & Sports & Casual
Last Update
Dec 21, 2019
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Number of reviews,
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17 679

Avg rating,
total

⭐4.7

Description

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Go for the SUPER HIT & Compete for the Championship!<br>Quick Hit Baseball Battles!<br>Compete against players Around the World<br><br>FEATURES:<br>• Collect and upgrade over 80 unique players to create a championship team<br>• Match up against Friends and Players from around the world!<br>• Win trophies and unlock unique world class baseball stadiums <br>• Compete in the Major Leagues and climb the leaderboards<br>• Easy one touch hitting controls that everyone can play<br>• Quick fire games allowing you to play baseball anytime<br><br>EVENTS:<br>• HOME RUN DERBY - Become a Superstar!<br>• ELIMINATOR - Win against a ladder of opponents<br>• Need some help? Try BATTING PRACTICE.<br>• More Events coming soon!<br><br>Play the #1 Ultimate Baseball Sports Game for FREE! Download Now!<br><br>By downloading this app you are agreeing to be bound by the terms and conditions of Terms of Use and are subject to the Privacy Policy.<br><br>©2019 Hothead Games

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Lake Show 3 Peat
Oct 07, 2019

Latest update fixed all. Back to 5 stars. Previously written: Honestly before for the latest update this game was hands down a 5 star game. Now, it’s terrible. The game ends after 2 innings and the ramp feature has a funny glitch. My win/loss ratio has taken a huge decline by only playing 2 innings. The ramp glitch is bad... the ramps will stay up after the batter is out or gets a wall hit and hitting the centerfield ramp will not reward a HR. Only the left and right field ramps award a HR. If you hit the side wall then hit a ramp, NO HR. Before the update none of this happened. After these changes are made I will change this review to 5 stars.

Mij2250
Oct 31, 2019

Been playing for weeks. Never spent a dime. At first it’s easy, then becomes more difficult the more fielders are added. I said I never spent a dime, but I have watch a boatload of ads, still do. Had issues winning all the time and would waste all my coins playing the expensive stadiums. After figuring out how to play better, I win the highest stadium almost 99% of the time and have racked up over 95 million coins. It seems to easy now. I’m very skeptical that the teams I play aren’t real individuals. I sometimes can get 20 or more runs but have never had anyone else score that many on me. I can’t be that good. A player is matched against me and hits what I’d expect to be obvious hits to put men on base. Then, after they get a few runs against me, they hit completely stupid bad hits; almost on purpose. Plus, the stupid baseball facial expression emojis pop up all the time. Like when I hit a bad hit, the emoji from the other team gives me a positive face. That’s not human. Most would make a laughing face for my mistake, or no face at all. I never use the face emojis. Anyway, I enjoy playing the game, but I wish I knew for certain that I was playing an actual person. I think they take actual people’s teams and their current status, put it’s a bot actually playing. Cause I know for certain if I racked up 20 runs to their 2 runs, a lot of people word quit it the middle of the game, but no games I’ve played have ever been forfeited. Hmmm...

BobBanta
Jan 18, 2020

Why do developers make you think you are playing against someone else online when you are really just playing against their AI? On this game, you only play against bots. The outcome is predetermined and there is little (if anything) you can do about it. After playing about 1,000 games, I’ve learned that your “opponent” will score a certain number of preordained runs. I’ve also determined that if the AI doesn’t want you to win, you won’t. Think I’m exaggerating? Watch how often your opponent has laser-like precision until a certain number of runs are tallied. Then watch him hit into consecutive outs, seemingly well off the mark. Also notice how, when you’re hitting, you will seem to hit the ball right at a fielder in those instances where the AI says you shouldn’t get a hit. To top it off, notice how the game will place the fielders in highly advantageous positions when it wants you to score, and highly disadvantaged positions when it thinks you shouldn’t. Given these maddening limitations, I must admit that I wouldn’t have played 1,000 times without it being fun. This is why I give the game 3 stars it would have been 5 stars if I felt that the game was inherently fair.

DreDollaz617
Nov 14, 2019

This game was 5 at first for me personally until a glitch took my coins. I played Pennant race and won a card pack, which I opened and received the cards. I went to do a 1vs1 for 125,000 coins and during the loading screen the pack I previously opened popped up again. Due to this I couldn’t tap anywhere on the screen to get rid of it so that I could play the match. It continued to open up and give me the same cards I just got as if I never opened the pack. In hopes of getting rid of it I exited out of the game and opened it up again to see that I lost the 125,000 without ever getting a chance to play. No investigation was done to look into the issue since they wanted screenshots. It’s hard enough grinding for coins so losing that many coins is beyond frustrating. If any glitches such as this happens to you make sure you screenshot everything since they can care less what happens to you if you don’t. Doesn’t matter how much details you give them such as time, date, and type of devise you’re using.

Drew VIII
Oct 14, 2019

This game should be good, but all its flaws are diametrically opposed to the goals of the game. First off, it crashes often. Games start and then it just shuts down. Secondly, and probably most annoying, is sometimes when it crashes it reverts to your previous day’s progress. When a game is built around the accumulation of xp, gold, and cards, it is very disheartening to lose a significant amount of progress. This has happened to me three times. My last gripe is pitcher cards. It seems very improbably to ever get a new pitcher. I have 300+ cards of my first pitcher who only throws a change up. The easiest pitch to hit. There is a significant advantage to anyone who has a pitcher that can throw anything else. I’d say only about 25% of everyone I play has an upgraded pitcher. So you rarely see a curveball or fast ball, but when you do it changes the game dramatically. Then the opposing team has a t-ball session against my pitcher. Why is it so hard to get a new pitcher???

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About Super Hit Baseball

Developed by Hothead Games Inc..

Super Hit Baseball is ranking in   Games & Sports & Casual

Last update was at Dec 21, 2019and the current version is 1.4.3.

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Super Hit Baseball have a 17 679a user reviews.

Super Hit Baseball was released in the App Store. It is developed by Hothead Games Inc., who have also released the following apps.

Super Hit Baseball has 17 679 user reviews.​

Super Hit Baseball has an average rating of 4.7. ​The latest version of Super Hit Baseball 1.4.3​ ​​was ​released on Dec 21, 2019​.

You can download Super Hit Baseball ​here

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