Just Breakout is a step-up from the traditional game of bouncing ball on tiles with special features to give you additional thrill. Just Breakout offers you tremendous excitement while it also tests your patience and reflexes.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
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Description: Just Breakout is a step-up from the traditional game of bouncing ball on tiles with special features to give you
additional thrill. Just Breakout offers you tremendous excitement while it also tests your patience and reflexes. The objective of the game is no doubt the same as traditional versions of the game and that is to clear all the tiles on the screen. When
you do that, you will advance to the next stage which is often more difficult but more special features will be
available at your disposal. One thing that sets Just Breakout apart from the bouncing-ball tile games is the
uniqueness of the special features. There is a super ball that enables the ball to pass through the tiles without bouncing away and extra balls are also there for grasp while the usual features such as smaller paddle or faster ball are also included. However, you have to rely on good reflexes and understanding of angles to be really proficient in the game. Just Breakout is a great game for everyone and you will have a smashing good time as you discover the different stages waiting for you. Have fun as you breakaway with Just Breakout.
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