Brick breaker meets bubble shooter in this new super addictive bricks game!

Addictive as hell you will always need one more shot! This unique mix between brick breaker and bubble shooter games is the perfect time killer!

Take your time to aim.
Shoot and watch the chain of balls hit, bounce and destroy the bricks.
Think strategically and make the most of the power-ups.
Beat your highscore and compare it to your friends.

• Relaxed gameplay, perfect time killer.
• Endless and Level/Challenges game modes.
• Ideal for playing one handed. One-thumb game.
• Unlock new balls with special skills!
• Customize your own ball in the Balls Editor!
• No wifi or internet? Don't worry, you can play offline!
• Game Center Achievements and Leaderboards

What’s New

Version 2.1.3

• Bug fixes and performance improvements

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
5.7K Ratings

5.7K Ratings

Colinftl ,

How in-app purchase games should be

I have been playing this constantly. Unlike other games with in-app purchases, it's not restricted by having to pay for more lives. You can purchase the removal of forced ads, which may or may not bother people, but if I enjoy playing a game, I don't mind throwing $3-5 at a company for giving me one of my favorite time wasting games ever. My one complaint is the lack of instructions. I've figured most things out, but that took longer than it should have. It's not as self-explanatory as you may think, especially if it all of the different power-ups and abilities.

Ryanc101984 ,

Great time killer

My biggest gripe is how the game buries you in blocks eventually no matter how well you're doing, to the point that unless you're a geometry expert with a Ph.D. and can calculate every single angle, you cannot go further.

The problem with this mainly is that sometimes you clear a block and the next level stops up that hole. Then you get almost entire rows of blocks in successive levels after that which make extra balls inaccessible and also makes it so you can only clear one or two blocks. Before you know it you have thick columns and rows of blocks you can't ever hope to clear. When you get an entire row of blocks it's pretty much impossible to clear more than one block from that row, and once you clear the row there are 4-5 rows of blocks above you from which you can only clear one block and it just descends on you until you die and you see the screen just filled with blocks.

Other than this it's a great time-killer. I complain about getting buried in blocks but I'm also proud of the fact I managed to make it to level 238. Another plus is that though there are ads, you get buried in blocks rather than ads, and I'd rather have the challenge of clearing blocks than have to watch an ad constantly advertising a game I don't care a lick about.

Nate2113 ,

You’ll lose, but not in a fun way

This game was not designed to be a fun way to try and do better the next time, but so that you’re forced to watch ads. I get that they need to make revenue, but the game doesn’t make me want to stick around to keep watching ads. First, the shooter only allows you to go so far to one side or the other, stopping you from escaping a situation if you have a block that gets too low. If you lose, and watch a video to resume, only half the time does it actually take you back to your last checkpoint, the other half, you watch the video and then start over. That’s cheap and cruel. Lastly, if you build a game that requires you to be dead accurate to succeed, make your game accurate. I hate the line that shows where your ball will end up, only to have it hit a corner to the side of where that line shows. I understand that that is the physics of it, but I think that there’s a difference between a game being hard because it’s hard, and a game being hard because it doesn’t let you play with the tools it’s giving you.

This had potential to beat all other games like this, but until they fix a handful of things, I won’t be playing it any longer.

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