You may not believe us, if we say that this is the best Arcanoid available, but you will soon find out that it is the most difficult one among the ones you've played. This beautifully designed game includes three game modes - classic (150 levels in 3
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Description: You may not believe us, if we say that this is the best Arcanoid available, but you will soon find out that it is the most difficult one among the ones you've played. This beautifully designed game includes three game modes - classic (150 levels in 3 episodes), multiplayer (both computer and human), and panic (blocks move downward). Another pleasant surprise is five different difficulty levels, which allow you to adjust the game to the level you feel comfortable at. We also allow you to choose between different paddles - flat, triangular, round, etc. But we did not stop innovations here. We also introduced force fields, new types of bricks and prizes. This, in combination with quality sound and award winning design, makes Beware of the Ball the game that you will devote next several weeks to.
P.S. Warning: this game is not recommended to people with weak nervous system. Also we do not recommend this game to married people as it may cause family conflicts about who gets to play the game first. It would be also a smart idea to call your boss and take next few days off (just him or her that your favorite uncle just passed away; these suckers always buy that).
System Requirements: DirectX compatible 16Mb videocard
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