The objective of the game is it to keep a ball in the game (with the help of your game board) until all breakable game blocks are destroyed. Some game blocks must be hit several times with the ball. The game consists of two parts with 20 levels each.
Nov 2, 2012 13:50:35
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
Description: The objective of the game is it to keep a ball in the game (with the help of your board) until all breakable game blocks are destroyed. With the mouse you can move the board left and right. The ball can be launched from the center of the board to the northeast or northwest direction by pressing the space bar or control key. Some game blocks must be hit several times with the ball. When all blocks are destroyed you pass on to the next level. If the ball gets into an endless loop, the problem can be solved by one or repeated pressing of the key X.
In some game blocks, some special objects are hidden. If they hit the board, special actions will be executed (the ball becomes slower, the board becomes larger, rockets are fired, ...). But not all objects are advantageous. With the introduction of a new object the previous action expires. The game begins with two spare lives. After a ball loss or with the beginning of a new level the original ball, the original game board and the original number of lives will be restored.
So that you constantly do not have to begin again at the first level, after you have lost the game balls, you receive a password after the fourth, eighth, twelfth and sixteenth level. This password appears in the blue menu bar (at the upper edge of the screen). The passwords can be entered with the function key F2. After the twentieth level the game is over. The player who finishes all twenty levels, gets as a reward a password for all levels. With these passwords you can play your favorite levels at any time. There are two parts of this game with different levels. The passwords are the same in both versions. So, you have another chance to finish the game to get all twenty passwords.
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