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  • Priced at an amazingly decent $3.99, this game offers a stated 100 levels (there's a secret level, however, that makes the total 101) of pure brick-breaking enjoyment

    • by Doug Brunell

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      The original BreakQuest, a PSP Mini game, was good. It had solid, physics-based gameplay all centered around that age old video game standby of breaking bricks with a ball. It had innovative weapons, power-ups and shuttles (the device used to fire the ball). BreakQuest: Extra Evolution takes everything that made that game great and pushes it a step further.

      Priced at an amazingly decent $3.99, this game offers a


      stated 100 levels (there’s a secret level, however, that makes the total 101) of pure brick-breaking enjoyment. The music is better. The levels are even more inspired than the first game (if that was even possible), and the physics remain in play … except when you get a power-up that causes the ball to act drunk. Two new additions to the game are the use of shields and boss battles.

      The shields don’t require a power-up to activate, but they do require time to charge. The longer you play, the more the shields power themselves until you can use them effectively. You can activate them before fully powered, but you may be taking a risk with that strategy.

      The boss battles are something unexpected. After every few levels, you get to fight a new boss.


      • BreakQuest: Extra Evolution game
      Merely firing a ball at him isn’t going to get you anywhere. The bosses all have their own weapons that can thoroughly throw a wrench into your attack, and you will have to use an actual strategy to knock them out of business. Not many other games in this genre can boast of such a thing.

      PSP Minis have taken a lot of heat, and much of that has

      been well-deserved. The most common refrain is that the games are too little game and too much money. This game is the opposite of that notion. This is a lot of game, with a lot of replay power, for far too little money. Yes, this is easily worth about $10. Beatshapers, the makers of this game, is selling itself short here, and gamers are the winners.




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