Trickochet is a fun skill-based aiming game for kids and all the family, where you have to help a little pink mouse-like character to throw small red-colored balls and hit targets, using a minimum number of shots (throws). You do this by either throwing directly at the target or ricocheting the balls off the sides of walls or other objects.
The less shots you use, the higher you score. You need to think before you throw, and have good aiming skills! There are 32 fun-filled and tricky levels to bounce your way through. The higher you get, the more maze-like the levels become, and your strategy planning ability is tested. Enjoy.
How To Play: The most important thing is to not waste shots! Each level has a PAR number of shots, just like in min-golf (displayed in the top left corner). You can shoot directly at the targets, or rebound the balls off anything, including the sides of the game screen. Be careful though, as your shots can only go a certain distance, so you need to work out the shortest route to the target.
Use the dotted line in the game screen to angle your shot in the direction of the target. Then Left Click on your computer mouse to throw the ball. Pay attention to the prompts given on higher levels (perhaps they are not always as helpful as you think; perhaps they sometimes try to trick or distract you from your goal).
Use the Arrow Keys on your computer keyboard to move,following letter keys on your computer ). You can also use your SPACEBAR to jump. You can see the Level you are on, the required Level Par, and the number of Shots you have taken in the top left corner of the game screen. Ready to test your thinking and throwing skills? Time for action!