One More Brick - remotely this Android novelty from the guys Rifter Games reminds the Arkanoid, whose gameplay has undergone great changes and received many original "highlights". Users at first can be confused by a rather inconvenient control system, but in time you can get used to it, because the game is worth it to get through. The developers see the meaning of gameplay in the destruction with the help of small balls of various blocks, by analogy with a typical Arkanoid. And the main difference is that in our case the horizontal platform, from which the balls are repelled, as such is absent. Her role is assigned to a robotic character. In addition, in the project One More Brick balls can not be lost, on the contrary, their number is constantly increasing, and catching them does not at all. Each block to be destroyed is marked with a number, which means only one - how many times it is necessary to hit the element so that it disappears from the playing field. In addition, sometimes on the field will appear bonuses and their antipodes, that is, elements that complicate the task. Naturally, the first need to try to catch, and from the second run like a devil from incense. In our opinion, the developers fully demonstrated their professionalism and imagination, creating a mediocre arkanoid masterpiece of mobile gaming.
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