Description: Ball Attack is an Arkanoid/Breakout style game. Original solutions give a new twist to the classic "ball-and-bricks" concept. A number of unique elements that never before appeared in such games give Ball Attack absolutely fresh look and feel. The Ball Attack concept can be described as follows: make your way through the brick arrays and have fun! In this game you always have objects to destroy and weapons to destroy them with. Impressive destruction of several hundred bricks within a couple of minutes is quite common here. On the Ball Attack levels you can come across several types of bricks: some of them are very common, but others may be very special. An individual brick is not so large, but there are hundreds of them on each level! Due to this the Ball Attack levels have very special appearance. On some levels you can come across moving units that make the levels livelier. The levels can transform and even rotate adding new challenge for the player. Ball Attack features a number of levels where the player must demonstrate not only his agility, but also the quick-wittedness. Ball Attack features a wide variety of power-ups, including absolutely unique ones. The player must avoid penalty items, mighty power-ups help him destroy large clusters of bricks and bonus weapons can turn the whole massive of bricks to dust in just a few seconds. Additionally, several types of special objects such as Bonus Generator add new gimmicks to the gameplay. The game features 16-bit graphics with translucency effects and particle system enabling vivid and impressive visual effects. The wide variety of game elements and thoroughly designed graphics give Ball Attack absolutely unique look and feel. Ball Attack can provide hours of fun to any action games admirer!
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