Description: Brickout is classic brick-breaking action with good gameplay, solid physics, and a full level editor that is designed to maximize your creativity in level building. You can play the supplied levels, or build your own levels and share them with your friends. This is the same editor we use to build levels for the game, so you're getting a very powerful and easy-to-use tool. Brickout has all of the powerups and features you would expect, including some new twists such as Fission Ball, the Ballsplosion, and Classic mode. Classic mode lets you play brickbreaking the old-fashioned way, with solid colors and no powerups. Any level can be played in classic mode, and the editor supports editing in normal or classic mode. Brickout also comes with a .m3u-capable music player, so that you can listen to your favorite music as you play.
You get all of these features, 100 levels to play with, and 350 bricks to use in the built-in editor. There is not another brick-breaking game in this price range that offers so much fun and functionality.
System Requirements: OpenGL compliant 3D graphics card
Change Info: Added .m3u-based music support, 20+ minute soundtrack, reworked sound system for true 3d sound support, improved available resolutions and tweaked textures, added 50 more levels and 50 more bricks.
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