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Its hard not to get a bit nostalgic when playing Magic Ball. The basic gameplay hearkens back to Breakout for the Atari, then Arkanoid in the arcades (and on Nintendo). It is effectively the next iteration in that formula. You take control of a paddle at the bottom of the screen and bounce a ball at wall full of stuff to destroy. If you miss the ball on its way down with your paddle, you lose a life. Lose them all and its game over. The primary addition here though is that instead of just bustin...2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
Magic Ball is a PlayStation Network game in which you will be playing a version of brick in 3D. If you are unfamiliar with Brick it is a game in which you will be using a paddle to break bricks, but this time around you're going to be breaking objects that lie within the current level.The graphics look good. The camera angle is a bit odd and there are times where you're going to lose sight of the ball. Speaking of ball the choice of a soccer ball I find quite bizarre. The level themes are creati...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
Will this breakout clone from Creat Studios be able to match up to today’s standards of action-breakout clones? Break through this Read more button to find out. Magic Ball, renamed MagicOrbz is a breakout clone released on January 15th, 2009 for the PSN. This game takes that basic formula that you’re all used to and changes it, just a little bit. You’ll see everything you’re use to seeing in other breakout games--power ups, balls, paddles--y’know, that kinda stuff. But what makes MagicO...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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