- Number of Players
- Release Date
- 20th Jun 2006 (USA)
- 27th Oct 2005 (JPN)
For those of you who would love to play Breakout again.
If you've ever had an addiction for the game Breakout or Arkinoid, you may have interest in the DS game Break 'Em All, especially with the price tag of $19.99. There are 12 power ups you can gain, 50 pre-set levels to play, and a massive number of randomized levels. Unfortunately, this may not be the kind of updated formula you would want to..
About The Game
Players will attempt to break’em all in classic arcade puzzle solving action as they fight their way through more than 3 million variations of randomly generated levels and out-duel challenging bosses. Three unique gameplay modes such as Tokoton, Quest and Survival offer compelling single player action or multiplayer games for 2-8 players via the wireless feature for Nintendo DS. Break’em All is available now on stores shelves across North America with a suggested retail price of $19.95.
“Game genres ebb and flow in popularity, but compelling arcade style games are always a favorite among gamers,” said Alison Quirion, vice president of marketing, D3PA. “Break’em All is easy to pick up and play, but challenging to master as it offers hours of entertainment for one low price.”
Jam packed with levels ranging from the super simple to supremely difficult, Break’em All allows players to control their paddle with pin-point accuracy using the touch pad and stylus and offers 12 diverse bonus powers to power-up their ball. Break’em All will challenge the most skilled players as they strive to set and break multiple records for High Score, Maximum Rallies, Bricks Broken and more!