Ultimate Bullseye II

Welcome to Meridell, where precision and skill come together in the challenging game of Ultimate Bullseye II. If you’re looking to conquer this tricky game, you’re in the right place. This comprehensive guide will walk you through everything you need to know, from the basic controls to advanced strategies, power-ups, and even quirky elements like Meridellian balloons and Punch Bag Bob. Let’s dive into the world of arrows, targets, and points!

Basic Controls:

Before we embark on this journey, let’s familiarize ourselves with the controls:

  • UP KEY: Moves the bolt up.
  • DOWN KEY: Moves the bolt down.
  • SPACEBAR: Used to power up the shot.

Catapult Code: Type in “catapult” to gain a random power-up during the game.


To attain the coveted avatar, score 100 points in a single game. The avatar showcases your mastery in the art of hitting bullseyes.

Getting Started:

For Beginners:

  1. Click on the “Click to Play” button on the game page.
  2. Wait for the game to load and click on instructions. Read them thoroughly.
  3. Click “Go back” and then click “Start Game” when you are ready.
  4. Don’t press any keys initially. Press the space bar to fill in the power meter to about half.
  5. Release and repeat. This should help beginners secure at least 10-20 points.

For Experienced Players:

  1. Now you can move the catapult.
  2. Fill in the power meter based on the position of the bullseye painted wood.
  3. Release the space bar for a chance to get +2, +3, +5, or +10 points.
  4. Points are affected by the accuracy of your aim.


Power-ups can give you a significant advantage in the game. There are five different power-ups to utilize strategically:

  1. Growing Target: The bullseye board grows and shrinks in a continuous cycle.
  2. Fire Loop: A fire loop appears, granting x2 points when the bolt goes through it.
  3. Moving Target: The bullseye board moves in various directions.
  4. Triple Shot: Shoot three bolts at once with your catapult.
  5. Inverted Target: The board turns blue, switching point values and positions.

Note: Inverted Target only occurs when you have the Inverted Target power-up.

Da Balloons:

These Meridellian balloons add an extra layer of challenge and points to the game:

  • Popping a balloon without hitting the board gives 5-10 points.
  • Popping a balloon and hitting the board grants 30 points plus the usual points.

King Hagan Balloon:

  • Appears randomly after a bullseye.
  • Gives 10-15 points when popped without hitting the board.
  • Grants 35 points plus the usual points when popped and hitting the board.

Punch Bag Bob:

Meet Punch Bag Bob, offering additional points for precision:

  • Every part of his body is worth 5 points.
  • Hitting the apple on his head awards 20 points.

Awesome Combos:

Combos can be a game-changer, providing extra points for skilled shots. An example of a combo is hitting a fire loop, a King Hagan balloon, and a ten, giving an extra 95 points.


Now that you have the ultimate guide to Ultimate Bullseye II, go out there and try your best! Remember, precision and practice will lead you to victory in this challenging game. Good luck, and may your arrows always hit the bullseye!