Brick Breakout for the BlackBerry PlayBook now available

Brick Breakout BlackBerry PlayBook
By Adam Zeis on 27 Apr 2011 02:58 pm EDT

Have you been wanting more games on your BlackBerry PlayBook but having trouble finding something to keep you busy? How about a little Brick Breakout? From Smarter Apps (makers of Angry Farm), this twist on the classic BrickBreaker puts you in a construction site where you break through wooden beams, classic bricks, pipes and concrete slabs.

Unleash the devastating power of hidden power-ups which transform your paddle into one of many efficient tools to become the ultimate brick breaker! Seek out the power of multi ball madness, super balls that tear a path of destruction, the rapid fire of the nail gun, the super extended paddle, or sticky paddle for controlled strikes to break your targets into splinters. Also hidden beneath the debris, you'll find extra lives, score multipliers to earn points faster, and the most devastating force yet in your arsenal.

With 33 levels, power-ups and free upgrades, Brick Breakout it sure to keep you entertained for quite a while. While we can't have everyone's favorite BlackBerry game on the PlayBook, Brick Breakout really does the trick.

Brick Breakout is available now in BlackBerry App World for $2.99 (If you don't see it now keep checking back - it's just rolling out and should show up for everyone soon). 

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Reader comments

Brick Breakout for the BlackBerry PlayBook now available


game is a little glitchy, my first game started and i didn't have a ball so i had to reboot the game, then when I got the multiball powerup, the balls would just go through the bricks not bouncing off of them, pretty much useless, and I lost a life for each ball I lost which had to be all of them because they were useless, ending my game, hopefully these problems get resolved.

Such a great API to develop and 80% of the games and apps available for the playbook are blackberry OS-like games/apps. Hopefully this trend will change.

Come on RIM, we want to see some high quality with awesome graphics games like Madden, MLB 2011, Company of heroes, Call of Duty, Age of Empires, GTA etc...