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- A breaker game you’ve never seen before!
- Three completely different themes, with 25 levels each, that’s 75 levels in total! And more themes will arrive in the near future!
- Easy, intuitive gameplay which contains physics and very precise controls.
- Full iPhone 5, iPad Retina support!
- Running on 60 FPS. Smooth gameplay on every device you own!
- Stunning, colorful graphics. Expect completely different look ‘n feel in all three themes.
- Packed with leaderboard rankings, achievements & global achievements.
- Join the world in getting those rare achievements which can only be attained in breaking all blocks in each level.
- Music and SFX composed bij Martijn Vaassen. Has an ‘oldskool’ feeling to it which brings back those retro feelings you had while playing old breaker games.
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