[prMac.com] Zagreb, Croatia – Drugi Kat, the makers of 7 Planets game, today is pleased to announce the release of BloksOut 1.0, their fun new arcade game developed for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. BloksOut is retro game influenced with games from Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum like Krakout, Arkanoid and Breakout but in new colourful design with one handed gameplay.
BloksOut is addictive addictive arcade game that appeals to kids, teens and adults. In this fun-to-play game, players crush various blocks, avoid ice cubes from dozen characters and bombs from one deadly dragon. The game gives you an opportunity of playing it in 102 challenging levels each designed differently with catchy graphics, happy music and memorable sounds.
You will soon get into the amazing world of fun of absurdly addictive game which is absolute challenge to nerves and reflexes. You must keep an eye on the ball, your thumb finger bellow the paddle and crush the blocks and battle your way across awesome levels with lethal power-ups and crazy characters.
Features that make BloksOut great:
* 102 colourful levels
* Lethal power-ups
* Dozen of different blocks
* Crazy characters
* One hand gameplay
* Cool retro feeling
* Great sound, music and effects
* Global leaderboard
Take a deep breath and enter colourful world with many hazards. And one deadly dragon.
* iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 9.0 or later
* 220 MB
Pricing and Availability:
BloksOut 1.0 is Free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games (Puzzle, Arcade, Entertainment) category. Please visit Drugi Kat website for more BloksOut information.Drugi Kat
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