Volley Gosh is a bright and happy ball game where you must try keep your "volley gosh ball" in the air for as long as possible. Watch out for the increasing challenge and surprises that abound on the joyful beach while you get your next high score!

Made by:

  • Gerard Delaney (@verbvirus)
  • Scott Bartlett (@cronobreak)

Special thanks to Rhiannon Poley for the name suggestion!


  • Fun single-player gameplay with a high score chase
  • A bright and cheerful world
  • Snappy controls
  • Increasing challenges over time with obstacles and speed increases!

Arrows - move your player
Spacebar - take a swing at the ball
Z - dash in your move direction

- Developed using Unity and Blender
- Audio using Creative Commons 0 sounds from (freesound.org)

PlatformsWindows, macOS, HTML5
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
AuthorThe Lemur Conspiracy
Made withUnity, Blender
Tagsbeach, Cute, Ludum Dare 46, Singleplayer
Average sessionA few minutes
LinksLudum Dare


Volley Gosh - MacOS 38 MB
Volley Gosh - Windows 38 MB


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Super cute! Are you interested in publishing it to other game portals? Ping me if you are :D


This game is super cute, and it's a chill and somewhat rage inducing game! Great Job!!

Awesome game, good job guys!

Cool game! Took me a few tries to get past the first few rallies back and fourth, but once I figured it out the game became pretty fun! I liked the increase of difficulty and random people + animals appearing on the court!

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Hello. I love the game and the looking of it, what gives the reason of this comment: How you did those shaders and colours? Do you have any tutorial material to share? Some videos or articles would be nice.

Congrats and well done guys!

Hi, I asked Scott and he said that he started with this toon shader and then made some changes as needed to get it where he was happy

He is @cronobreak on Twitter too if you wanted to follow along and see if he has any other tips :)

does this have a two player mode?

It does not at the moment. We kept it to one player so that we could get everything working well for the jam but I was thinking of going back to it sometime in the future and adding a two player option. I think it would be possible with how the game is setup :)