Brick Blaster – The 12 Hour Endless Game!: Review
October 12th, 2019
Exciting custom themes to choose from
Unique brick elements
Endless mode to play forever!
New levels added regularly
Fast forward or call back balls if it's taking too long or if you get stuck
Brick Blaster is an addicting and challenging game that provides hours of entertainment.
A simple game in which you tap to break bricks.
One of the best casual games has been made by GameEon, released on 12th October 2019.
The gameplay is easy and straightforward; all you have to do is hit the bricks with the available balls.
Each brick has a number on it that indicates how long you should hit it before it is demolished.
The game includes two modes, one of which is endless and the other of which includes over 55 levels with more to come in future updates.
Customized themes make the game more enjoyable. The user interface is also extremely clean.
Call back the balls if you get stuck somewhere or fast forward if it’s taking too long.
We had a great time playing the game, and you can play it whenever you want, whether you’re traveling or doing something else.
The user interface is clear, as it should be. The animations are very excellent, and there are no video advertisements, ensuring that the game remains enjoyable.
The interesting fact about this game is that it was created live on Nikhil Malankar’s channel in 12 hours, which is already a fantastic thing to see.
However, we have encountered only one issue: if the last ball falls to the ground, just the next step is taken; however, if the red block absorbs the ball, the game is paused; no more balls are delivered, and the game is declared over.
Hopefully, the issue will be addressed in future updates by the developers.