Date Added:Jul. 13, 2001
Price:Free to try (10 levels); $10.00 to buy (Buy it now)
Downloads Last Week:1
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Decent game if I found any instructions ... Not.
Expected a complete game when I downloaded but found that it will cost $10. No thanks, de-installing.
OOOkay, the graphics and the skins are good, the sound and stability are excellent, but the game is far too easy and kiddish. One can experience no excitement playing the game and even a rookie can conquer the demo in 5-10 minutes.
Good Handling Fast Tracking Better then Brickles
the idiot that put this file for download rigged it first which is abstruction of copyright and waists all your time trying to fix a so called "error" when their are no errors.
it is boring
This was a strange one for me. I'd say it's not in the upper echelon of Breakout clones (DXBall2, Wilkanoid, Warkanoid, Break Ball). However it is better than some of the games in some respects. The play control is excelent and the graphics, especially the y2k skin are good. The only reall problem I have is that the game didn't really add anything to the genre for me. I was bored playing through the levels. The demo took about 5 minutes to conquer, far to easy for my tastes, and the powerups didn't really grab my attention. Probably the top of, and only member of the 2nd echelon of breakout clones, but better still than the winbrick series and some others.
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|Publisher||The Foundation Company|
|Publisher web site||http://www.foundationcompany.com/|
|Release Date||July 13, 2001|
|Date Added||July 13, 2001|
|Operating Systems||Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP|
|Additional Requirements||DirectX drivers|
|Downloads Last Week||1|
|License Model||Free to try|