Block Soccer - Brick Football - Arkanoid, made in the setting of football, the gameplay of which implies the destruction of blocks located at the top of the playing field. Each such block has its own color and strength, as evidenced by the inside figure. The complexity of the gameplay is due to the difference in the parameters of each individual block - some can be destroyed with one hit, and others have to try to knock down several times in a row. The shape of the blocks is also different, this also directly determines where after the collision with the elements the ball ricochets. The gameplay itself is implemented quite simply - we have a finger on the display and correct it by moving the ball across the playing space, trying to hit the maximum number of blocks. On the playing field, sometimes there are spheres marked with crosses, if they are knocked down, you can get extra balls, which, naturally, will increase the gamer's chances of doing the job, because there are more attempts to do it. In the arcade of Block Soccer - Brick Football there is a competitive moment, the real player is the opponent, it is the result of which the user needs to be exceeded. Gold coins earned during the passage of levels are spent mainly on the acquisition of bonuses - a powerful bomb to destroy all the blocks in the location, as well as additional soccer balls. In general, the game does not differ from other Arkanoid, but the variation in gameplay and mechanics puts it much higher than its competitors.
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