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I love using flexible and lightweight apps.
I'm a huge fan of my S5, especially for playing at the weekend .
When I'm away from screens, I enjoy going to pubs

"Play this innovative block breaker offline!"

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Main Features of One More Brick

  1. Game Goal: You have to master your aim to shoot balls against a group of blocks to try to destroy them all before they get to the bottom of the screen.
  2. How to Play: You have to be observant as each block has a number representing the time you have to destroy it, so you should aim strategically to bounce the balls off of the walls.
  3. Game play: It is addictive and entertainging as you unlock different balls with special abilities in addition to competing against your friends scores.
  4. Languages: English.
  5. Platform: Google Play, iOS Store.
  6. Size: 8,4M
  7. Operating System: Android
  8. Recomendations: Ideal for children under the age of 3.
  9. Price details: Payment required to access full features. Free
  10. Installation requirements: A minimum of 8,4M of free memory space and Android 4.0.3 or higher.

POSITIVE about One More Brick

  1. No internet connection necessary.
  2. Takes up little memory space.
  3. Colorful and well-drawn graphics.
  4. Suitable for all ages.
  5. Fast and entertaining matches.

NEGATIVE about One More Brick

  1. Features some ads.

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