Zero-g ball is a game played in a cylindrical stadium, that is split into four quadrants, in which six floating repulsorlift platforms constantly move and shift position in random patterns. In each quadrant is a scoring hoop, which is kept sixteen feet above the platforms. A game consists of players moving across each platform to increase their score multiplier before depositing the ball through the hoop in the correct quadrant. The more platforms a player crosses while they control the ball, the higher their score when the ball goes through the hoop. The "correct quadrant" is dictated by the particular "quarter" of the game, naturally, there are only four quarters to any Zero-g ball game.