Harvey Wall Banger

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Harvey Wall Banger Game Online - Play Free Disco Ball Web Game

Your task in the Harvey Wall Banger game is to move the mirrored disco ball through the club, without falling off the dance floor. Collect all bonuses to gain extra points. Have Fun!

Play Harvey Wall Banger - Disco Ball game online for free today

Do you like dancing, and do you also like to play free web games? If you are in the same mood as us today, you probably would like to play our free online Harvey Wall Banger game. Am I correct? ;)

How to play the free Harvey Wall Banger game online

Use the arrow keys to move the disco ball in this fun online game.

Harvey Wall Banger is also a name of a drink

The drink consist of a mix of vodka, orange juice and Galliano, it was a popular cocktail in the late 1960s and early 1970s when sweet, neon-hued drinks made their way into the collective population. The origins of this drink are not exactly clear. Legend has it that a 1950s California surfer favored the drink and, one day after losing a pivotal surfing contest, walked into his usual Manhattan Beach watering hole, ordered his drink, and banged his head against the wall from the agony of defeat. His name was Harvey - and there you have it.

A disco ball reflects light directed at it in many directions

A disco ball is a roughly spherical object that reflects light directed at it in many directions, producing a complex display. Its surface consists of hundreds or thousands of facets, nearly all of approximately the same shape and size, and each having a mirrored surface. Usually it is mounted well above the heads of the people present, suspended from a device that causes it to rotate steadily on a vertical axis, and illuminated by spotlights, so that stationary viewers experience beams of light flashing over them, and see myriad spots of light spinning around the walls of the room. What are now sometimes called "disco balls" were first widely used in nightclubs in the 1920s. They were already in existence and use before then, appearing in a description of a ballroom dance in 1897 in Boston.

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