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Slippery Breakout

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Slippery Breakout is a clone of the classic game Breakout, also known as Arkanoid. The paddle is slippery so it's a bit more difficult to control. Use your mouse to control the paddle, avoid the ball reach the bottom and try to break as many bricks as you can. Get 5 coins for extra life.

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i love it, great physics!

Acreonte responds:

thanks jakk22!
reading only negative reviews makes me feel like changing my profession... so, your comment and score gives me courage to continue developing games :D

Nice game

To avoid being redudant I won't say it needs music. The idea is interesting, but it was basically the same, maybe a bit more "slippery" would be good, since it didn't change the gameplay very much.

Good game and idea though!

Acreonte responds:

adrinaline153, thanks for your comments. I like the idea of being more "slippery", maybe when changing levels... wow! I don't know why I didn't think about it :P


Very slow

The game is good, but needs music and sound effects.
It is too slow for me.

Acreonte responds:

hey RJGames, thanks for your feedback.
And you're right, needs more sound effects and definitely music, but I'm the worst when selecting music... :D
The speed changes depending on the level though...
thanks again!


It was what it was. But where are the sounds? Sounds are very important. And not only sounds but also a music piece with the option to turn it off.

Acreonte responds:

yeah, you're right, is missing the sounds and music... I just didn't know what could go with the game... thanks for your comment

Not Bad..

I guess its like pong on ice. Not to bad.


Acreonte responds:

Pong on ice! hehe I like that name! thanks for your comment

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4.11 / 5.00

Feb 22, 2008
10:53 AM EST