Let yourself dive into tremendous world of 3D space. A new game based upon famous arkanoid/breakout offers you to take part in a challenging mission. You have two episodes with more than hundred levels to go through.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
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The Treasures of India 3.2 The Treasures of India is new addictive puzzle game similar to Zuma and Luxor. The rules is simple - shoot ferocious Jewels in combination to make sets of three, but don't let them reach the bottom!
Shooter Scarab 2.0 Stop the avalanche of bubbles and save the ancient ruins! Shooter Scarab is an addictive arcade game with simple rules and two game modes: Relax and Timed mode.
Description: Let yourself dive into tremendous world of 3D space. A new game based upon famous arkanoid/breakout offers you to take part in a challenging mission. You have two episodes with more than hundred levels to go through. Variety of missions and skill levels allow you to choose the game you need and then improve your skills untill you win. Lots of helpful and harmful bonuses make your playing interesting and exciting. Music and graphics create unique atmosphere of absolutely new world, where you are to survive. Bricks skins help you to change the scenery according to your mood and taste. Flexible options allow you to adjust game fully to your taste and computer. Arkout 3D Hall of fame helps you to share your success with your family and friends.In full version you enjoy:- classic and modern episode- easy, medium and hard skill levels- more then 150 levels, each with unique pattern- autosave function- free support- all future versions for free
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