How do 1980s rubber balls whose claim to fame is being "so obnoxious and weird" translate to a video game? Why, as a class-based third-person shooter, of course.
The zany spheres will do battle in a campaign with four-player co-op as well as sixteen-player multiplayer--and your avatar's head can became a Madball to to join in the fun too.
Madballs in Babo Invasion will be released on Wednesday July 15 costing 1200 Microsoft Points ($15). There's no word from developer Playbrains on the PC version yet.