A Ball is cash-based brickout game. Anyone who has ever enjoyed playing classic brickout will love this game new twist on the game. Buy and sell powerups; battle enemies; submit your scores on the internet; play all 350+ levels or create your own!
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
16 ( -2 -12.5% )
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Description: X Ball is a cash-based brickout style game. Anyone who has ever enjoyed playing classic brickout will love this brand new twist on the game! You begin with $1,000 which slowly ticks down as you play. When it runs out the game is over, so the faster you beat the levels the better. Powerups can be bought with your funding and stored for later use, making timing and powerup combinations a key aspect of gameplay. There are 40 different powerups, too many different types of bricks to count, an assortment of enemies, 30 default levels, and an additional 350+ levels in the fast growing library of user-contributed worlds. Moreover, a fully featured world editor makes it possible to create your own levels and submit them online for other X Ball users to download. Your levels get their own Web page, screen shots, download count, comments and ratings page, and all time high score list. Creating levels can be a game in itself. All classic brick-out fans should give this new game a try!
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