Great Concept, Very Original
It seems in your recent games you've been adding new ideas to old ones, which makes a really great outcome, adding a quiz game to an old break out game seemed to work out really nice, keep up the good work =D
Thanks for the review superdog!
since ur saying this is a test,i think you should make the full version anyway,just be sure to put in more work and fix the little problems like the way the ball respawns,the quiz thingy(it should take in consideration the number of lives you have),and improve the pshysical aspect(the way the ball bounces;anyway...waiting for the full version to really judge your skills:)good luck mate:)
OK, first off I noticed a glitch, The ball will bounce UNDERNEATH the paddle, secondly, why do you get a game over if you answer the question wrong even though you have multiple lives left? Needs some work.
Demo game unanticipating
I observe movement in the stationary paddle. Does this slight movement affect the direction of the ball? It seems so that this confusion within the physics of this game is an illusion to what i ill fatedly suspect a show of flamboyant aesthetics. That is in somewhats the dark side, and as you should know when creating games, form follows function. Truly a good game developer and cretor takes into account many other things, but this has rot me to my core.
Mediocre at best, and visting other reviews they agree that this game contains nothing new or remarkable.
Sure this submission is a test of your skill so far, and comments are welcome to produce more spectacular revisitations on Newgrounds, but your skill here is predominant enough, if not sufficient to truly create something spectacular. Perhaps a lack of inspiration or motivation is an insisted factor in this seemingly downgraded version of ball and paddle, but i hope to see something more complementary to your skills and in turn something much more creative and remarkable.
It's nothing new
But it was still pretty smooth running. I didn't really like how the ball re-spawned so quick and just kept falling.