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Lumiappaday #105: Breakout demoed on the Nokia Lumia 800

| February 28, 2012 | 1 Reply

 

Here’s the classic block breaking game called Breakout. It’s the usual game play, with 120 levels and some pretty cool power ups. There are two additional modes but I haven’t unlocked them yet as you need to reach past level 130.

I’ll end this info short, you can find out more at the developer blurb or the video

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Price: Free

Link: http://www.windowsphone.com/en-GB/apps/5d766446-4da3-4de1-916e-0d1e6aeae80b

Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4za-gMhVsQI

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Developer Blurb:

 

Breakout is a fun and modern approach to the classic brick-breaking game.

 

Use the ball to destroy the bricks, with the help of many different power-ups.

 

Play through the 120 levels in the main game, or build your own in the integrated level editor. Extra unlockable game modes are also included, along with in-game achievements. The online scoreboard displays daily, weekly and overall scores for players worldwide.

 

Main features:

– 120 levels

– Level editor

– Multiple game modes

– Array of weapons and power-ups

– Achievements

– Save and load your games

– Online scoreboards

 

Enjoy!

 

Version 1.5

– Bug Fixes

 

Version 1.4

– Brick movement controls added to the level editor

– All games can now be saved

– 20 more levels added

– Bug fixes

 

Version 1.3

– Global scoreboard for challenge mode

– Changed the way chosen levels are played

– Added a way to submit bug reports, feedback and comments

 

Version 1.2

– Bug fixes

 

Version 1.1

– Improved accelerometer controls

– 20 more main game levels

– 10 more levels for collector mode

Rating:

Design: 8

Usability: 9

Performance: 10

Price: 10


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