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Super Brick Zapper (2D/3D)
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Super Brick Zapper 1


2D Mode

Space Bombardiers Picture 2


3D Mode

Super Brick Zapper 2


     Choose one of many classic modes in 2D or 3D and blast off.  Pounce on an array of fields full of bricks one after another after another.  Use a mouse on your computer or tilt your phone to move the paddle.  Solid walls, movable walls, hidden balls and more.  Collect power-ups for better weapons and unlock more levels.  Not all bricks are solid squares that do not move.  There are a variety of shapes with different tendencies with some that move around.  It's retro.  It's now.

Games Included (Tentatively):

      - B-Out:
          - B-Out (Original - Only 2 Levels.)
          - B-Out+ (Unlimited Levels.)
     - Super B-Out:
          - Super B-Out:  Double (2 paddles.)
          - Super B-Out:  Cavities (Extra balls are trapped inside brick wall.)
          - Super B-Out:  Progressive (Bricks move down & new ones emerge)
     - Video Pinball:
         - Basketball
         - B-Away
         - B-Through (Balls go though bricks.  They do not bounce off of bricks.)
         - Gravity (Balls have gravity applied so they move on arcs.)
         - Pinball 1 (Pinball variation.)
         - Pinball 2 (Pinball variation.)
         - Pinball Paddles 1 (Pinball variation.)
         - Pinball Paddles 2 (Pinball variation.)
    - Handball:
          Handball (Field is rotated 90 degrees for a vertical wall.)
     - Ark:
          - Ark 1 (Power-ups: bullets, multiple balls, sticky & laser.)
          - Ark 2:  Revenge (Power-ups: bullets, multiple balls, sticky & laser.)
     - Combo Games:
          - Mega B-Out (Choose & combine settings from different games.)
          - Supreme B-Out (Combination of most of the other games.)


     The title of the game as well as the titles of the sub-games will change.  These are just placeholders.  It can be something like "Brick Zapper", "Brick Master", Brick Blaster", "BLASTO! Bricks" or whatever.  It seems all of the good names are taken.  Breakout is a trademark of Atari and Arkanoid is a trademark of Taito.


Gameplay Footage #2 (2K HD)



- 01/30/2019 - A new gameplay video was uploaded to YouTube.  This is in HD 2K and the length of the video is a little shorter that the first one.


Alphabet Google Android:
Requires Android 32-bit (for now, but they are dropping 32-bit support in 2020) or 64-bit devices.  Requires Android 4.4 (KitKat) (API 19) and OpenGL ES2.0 or newer. As of the end of 2019, less than 4% of Android users use an OS older than API 4.4.

Alphabet Chrome:
     Most Chromebook (Chrome OS) models starting from late 2016 should have the Google Play Store pre-installed to be able to download and run Android apps.  Also, there are some Chromebook models that will run Linux apps as well.  Some older models are being upgraded as well for Android and Linux support.  Check first before you buy.

Apple iOS (iPhone/iPad):
     Requires Apple iOS 10.0 or newer.

Apple Macintosh:
     Requires Mac OSX 10.12 or newer.  Requires a graphics card with DX10 (shader model 4.0) capabilities or better.

     Requires Ubunti 16.04 (or newer) or Steam OS.  Requires a graphics card with DX10 capabilities (shader model 4.0) or better.  EXECUTABLE FILE: Look at the last few characters of the filename.  ".x86" is the 32-bit Linux version. ".x86_64" is the 64-bit version.  After clicking on the icon to run the game, a pop-up may appear.  Say 'Yes' to make it an executable file and run.

Microsoft Windows x86_64:
Requires a graphics card with DX10 capabilities (shader model 4.0) or better.  Has both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows versions.  It will work on Windows 7 SP1 or newer including Windows 10. 

Microsoft Windows 10 (UWP):
Requires Microsoft Windows 10.  Has both 32-bit, 64-bit and ARM Windows 10 versions.  Requires a graphics card with DX10 (shader model 4.0) capabilities or better.  It will not work on Windows operating systems before Windows 10.


- Currently under development with a multi-platform release.

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