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"Relax with fun and interesting brick breaking game"

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Main Features of Bricks Breaker Puzzle

  1. Game Goal: Throw balls against bricks to destroy them. After several hits, their number will drop to zero
  2. How to Play: Finish all the bricks before they reach the ground. In order to do this you will need to get the balls to rebound as much as possible. Also, the more balls you collect the more you will be able to throw.
  3. Game play: Challenge yourself with the hundreds of levels that become increasingly difficult as balls become more resistant to breakage
  4. Languages: English, Italian, Spanish, French, German and Portuguese interface.
  5. Platform: Google Play, iOS Store.
  6. Size: 39M
  7. Operating System: Android
  8. Developer: mobirix is based in Korea - TOP Developer: Reputable developer.
  9. Recomendations: The app content is moderate and child-friendly.
  10. Price details: Paid upgrades within the app. Free
  11. Installation requirements: A minimum of 39M of free memory space and Android OS which Varies with device.

POSITIVE about Bricks Breaker Puzzle

  1. Fast and lightweight app.
  2. The controls are simple and accurate.
  3. Suitable for all ages.
  4. Great quality of graphics.

NEGATIVE about Bricks Breaker Puzzle

  1. It gets repetitive after a while.
  2. Some levels can be quite complicated.

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