Break Bricks

Break Bricks

Break Bricks is not a title that should be explained long and wide as the name of this Android game pretty much describes what this game is all about. There’s much more to this app, though, and we are sure you will like it.

The first thing that we should say is that Break Bricks is a free application so you can download it and start playing it right away. The game is all about having a bouncing ball that breaks colorful bricks on your display. But there’s more to this app – there are three game modes that include Arcade and Endless modes – the first one contains a number of levels that must be beaten, while in the second mode you must survive as long as possible. There are various power-ups too – some make your bouncing board larger, others allow you to stick the ball to your board and then use it when and how you want, there are golden coins that must be collected, hearts that give you “lives” and many more.

As to graphics and sound the game is 2D only but this should not discourage 3D game fans as Break Bricks offers nice graphics and colors as well as sound effects so you will be satisfied for sure.

Break Bricks can be yours for free right here on Google Play.

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