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Tear Down Those Brick Walls With “Break it!” for Android
It looks like the whole Angry Birds culture has spawned a new breed of “pull back, aim, and release” kind of games. They seem to be getting better and better both concept and graphics-wise. With this concept in mind, XDA member cubewalker has come up with a new variant of this physics simulated engine. The objective is simple, reach 100 points by shooting different sized balls at the targets. As you progress through the game, the difficulty of the levels increases considerably, so don’t get too confident if you can pass the first few levels without difficulty. The game has very smooth animations and graphics are rather well done as well.
Please leave some feedback for the dev if you find any bugs or if you can think of anything to make it better.
Shot the bricks with your stone ball! Get 100 points to proceed to the next level. On later stages there will be new challenges. In the Lite version 40 stages (4 episodes) will be available.
You can find more information in the game thread.
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