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Breakout: Transfer

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Feb 18, 2007 | 11:36 AM EST

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Arrow keys to move your paddle.
The game is simple. You have your paddle the computer has theirs. You hit the ball to break your colored blocks. (blue) Sounds simple right?
There's a twist. Everyone of you blocks that gets destroyed adds one to the computers blocks and vise versa. You TRANSFER the blocks over. If the computers blocks get bellow the line you WIN! if your go below the line you LOOSE.
The more blocks you break the higher the score but the harder it is to play. It's a very high speed action game made from the old boring classic.
Btw don't miss the paddle or you get extra blocks added.



Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Good concept

The concept of this game is great, but it didn't quite work out. To me it seemed like the paddle served no real purpose. I left the paddle in the same spot and it didn't affect the game. Another problem is the indestructible blocks. The ball would get caught between them and bounce forever. Other than that it was a good game.

Over-Kill responds:

It shouldn't happen anymore. I knew they would cause problems...always do in these game.


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Great Idea

But yeah as said before, it needs a little more work. The ball got stuck very often, just bouncing from a black stone to another one, and you yust couldn't do anything enymore.
Despite this i disliked the fact, that you just hat half of the window, and you sometimes hit the blocks of the PC so they were added on your side, and i missed some control of the ball, the only thing you could do was trying to hit it, but you couldn't "steer" it in any kind of way. Try to fix it, that the ball can not get stuck, and maybe the whole game would be better, if you do not put the enemys side by side, but one on the top an one on the bottom, with two different balls (one for each) so you could have the whole width of the window as your playground, and you wouldn't interfere with your enemys, in my opinion that would make a great game.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Good Idea.

I really liked your idea, a great way to revamp the classic. However, it was not implemented very well in my point of view. I absolutely hated having to share the ball with the computer, as some times you wouldn't even get a chance to get the ball before you lose. You need to fix the by making 2 separate fields of play (You see the computer in a cut out in the top the screen), but you keep the game play mechanics the same. Also, as far as I could tell, there were no side collisions (Side of your hitter...thing) with the ball, making you get it out much easier. I really did like how you had infinite lives (So to speak) as long as the blocks didn't reach the line. All in all, great idea, but it still needs a little work.

Over-Kill responds:

Thanks for the helpful review.


Rated 3 / 5 stars

It's not bad but...

It's not good either, most the time the computer is hitting the ball. It's like watching a video of what might be a fun game. If you worked on it a little it might be better. Something that might make it more fun is if the computer on the top of the screen.

Over-Kill responds:

On top? Why would I do that? then the blocks would stop the ball from getting to one of the paddles!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Great Game

I liked this game, but i did however run into a glitch, on the right corner it got stuck between two unbreakable blocks, which forced me to stop playing >:[

Over-Kill responds:

Well I'm trying to update but flash is being an *** and not letting me.