A downloadable game for Windows and macOS

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Fry, fight, and feather your way to victory in Scramballed, the wacky chicken tennis party game.


Armed with your trusty frying pans, up to four friends (or AI) take control of a cast of quirky cluckers and compete until one player emerges as the Ultimate Mother Clucker.


With only one stick and three buttons, you can lay, lob, and throw eggs with ease. Every player has a chance at victory but the dedicated among you will become “one with the pan” as you hone your counter timing and cultivate the ideal egg-smash-face strategies.


With multiple arenas boasting vibrant and colorful graphics, choose your favorite place to Scramball whether it be farm, canyon or even outer space! Just watch out for fowl play.


No chickens were harmed in the making of this video game. All eggs were unfertilized and launched with consent by the chickens who laid them. 

Do you have what it takes to reign supreme in the chicken coop? Let out your inner cluck-a-doodle-DUEL and find out in Scramballed, today!

PlatformsWindows, macOS
Release date Mar 23, 2023
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(4 total ratings)
Made withUnity, Audacity, Blender
Tags3D, Arcade, dodgeball, Funny, Local multiplayer, party, scrambled, Tennis, Unity
Average sessionA few minutes
InputsKeyboard, Xbox controller, Playstation controller
MultiplayerLocal multiplayer
Player count2 - 4
LinksTwitter, YouTube, Community


Buy Now$3.99 USD or more

In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $3.99 USD. You will get access to the following files:

Scramballed Windows v1.0 179 MB
Scramballed MacOS v1.0 193 MB
Version 2

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I know you're going to update this game, but I figured since this is the first time I'm playing it I'll give you my first impressions. please note I don't have someone to play with, so I can't tell you how fun the game is:

I liked the artstyle. The characters were cute, and the background was lively enough to make my eyes interested in the screen without distracting me from the game.

Moving around and whacking the ball felt fun, so good job there.  Charge attacks felt really weak though. I would also make the ball lose speed slower, to add to the hecticness  of the game, since it would add unexpected wall bounces to the mix and force the player to react fast.

When I first played the game, I thought that only the arc next to the player was where you could hit the ball from, and was surprised when the tip of the arrow also hit the ball. maybe you can do something with the UI to make this clearer. I was then surprised when the charge shot does NOT hit from the tip of the arrow, so that was an inconsistency that confused me.

Other small details:

  • The title screen music is watermarked. you can occasionally hear a womans voice saying "AudioJungle"
  • Mouseing over buttons in menus does nothing.
  • When selecting a charcter, going from the last character to the first is a jump for the camera. do you want to smooth that out?
  • Pause screen buttons overlap each other when selected. Changing their anchors to the center should fix that.
  • Needs more juice, but I assume you know that.

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Thanks so much for the detailed feedback Yehuda! You have covered many helpful things. Regarding the speed/feel of the ball I implore you to play with friends/family - the dynamic is very different from playing alone and you might see the choices regarding egg speed etc. a little differently.

We intend to release a new and improved version in two weeks and we hope you'll play again then!

Have a great week,
The Unboxed Team

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oh man saw the notification and thought that I can play!

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Now you can!