Brickies

Brickies

Brickies is one of the funnies games we have played on Google Play and we think the game deserves a sentence or two so that’s why it is featured here!

As you can see from the name Brickies will make you deal with bricks but this time you will not be building structures – instead you will be destroying bricks! This free Android game resembles many others in the same genre but it also comes with a few important changes too. First the app lets you choose two gaming modes – in the first one you will have to complete levels, while in the second mode you will be playing endlessly. Then the game gives you two rackets and a ball to destroy the bricks with – sounds familiar, doesn’t it? One of the rackets is situated at the bottom and the other one sits on top so watch the ball carefully. Third, when the ball falls to the ground it becomes red, which means that it cannot destroy bricks unless it touches a racket again. So how do you “die” we hear someone saying? Well, it’s easy – you have to destroy the bricks within a predefined amount of time. If you win, you move to the next level or get more bricks, depending on the game mode chosen, if you lose, you lose. It is as easy as this. Of course with each level defeated, things get tougher – expect armored bricks soon but you also get some boosters – one of them will make your bricks explode so in the long run everything appears to come out even.

We should also say a few words about the graphics and the sound – well the graphics are 2D but there’s nothing wrong with it and we liked them. We have some good words for the sound as well – it is very engaging and very nice and fits the game in a perfect way.

Brickies is easily a great game and one of the best we have seen on Google Play. The game will bring you tons of fun, new features to the brick destroying genre and great sound. The app is also free so what do you have to lose here?

Brickies is here on Google Play.

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