A breakout game with time limited power-ups, running highscore information and 250 levels played at random. It includes a built-in level editor and a child mode with 150 levels where bricks, balls and paddles are bigger and the ball moves slower.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
16 ( -2 -12.5% )
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Fluffy 1.30 Guide Fluffy through 270 levels in this logic puzzle game. It is a funny, nonviolent game with increasing degree of difficulty and no time pressure. A real challenge, or a good way to unwind.
Description: BrickBuster is a brick breaking game for the whole family. What has made it so popular is its simplicity. BrickBuster has focused on improving the gameplay instead of adding a lot of unnecessary nicknacks.
Instead of adding dozens of complicated power ups, BrickBuster has eliminated all the negative ones and made the rest active a limited amount of time. This gives you more control over the game.
BrickBuster contains 250 original levels, a built-in level editor and 40 save slots. Since the levels appear at random, you avoid getting back to the same level every time you start a new game.
If you're the competitive type you will appreciate the score presentation. While you play, you see your points, your position on the highscore and how many points you need to advance.
BrickBuster includes a child mode. The bricks, balls and paddles are bigger and the ball moves slower. The child mode has 150 levels and a separate highscore.
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