Everything old is new again in BrickBuster, a fairly straightforward take on the classic Breakout/Pong/Arkanoid paradigm. The small file size is probably the only notable facet of the game. Otherwise, it's just what you'd expect: bounce one or more balls off your paddle to break a wall of bricks overhead. The paddle seems small, but fireballs and splitting balls can help you win, as can the easier Child mode. No other special features or enhancements make an appearance here. The full version does contain a level editor, but the demo version won't let you access it. Even the graphics are true to the decades-old aesthetic of the original. Fans of vintage games might find it worth a download, but BrickBuster won't win any awards for originality.
From Nordic Software for Entertainment:
A brick breaking game with time limited power-ups, running highscore information and 250 levels played at random. BrickBuster includes a child mode with 150 special levels where bricks, balls and paddles are bigger and the ball moves slower. This highly addictive game also includes a built-in level editor and 40 save slots. Quick download, less than 1 MB. Version 1. 23 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.