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Playing at faster speeds will increase a player’s score, providing the edge for champion brick-breakers taking on a friend’s high score through OpenFeint and Game Center integration. Breakout: Boost further mixes up the classic formula with power-ups like the Grenade and Acid Balls, and new obstacles including Explosive and Mystery Bricks, providing new challenges for old school experts and countless hours of arcade fun for all.

Breakout: Boost features include:
• Boost Control allows players to manually adjust the ball’s speed, scaling up the speed to increase the score multiplier
• Five free levels and over 200 more unique brick layouts available via in-app purchase
• Special ball upgrades to aid your destruction, such as the Fire, Acid, Splitting and Grenade balls
• New and unique brick varieties standing in your way, including Exploding, Mystery, x4 and Metal
• Save and restore in-progress games, so you can stop and start at your convenience
• Game Center and OpenFeint integration for score leaderboards and achievements
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