1001 BlockBusters (DSiWare)

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Think you've seen the ultimate brick-breaking game? Think again!

Enjoy classic gameplay, amazing 3D graphics and surprising bonuses as you smash through 1001 levels of blockbusting excitement! Use the stylus to catch, bounce and bust balls through complex 3D constructions in 4 eye-popping worlds: Stone Age, Ancient Greece, Candy World and Fantasy Forest. Beat your best score by collecting wild powerups, including weapons, magnetic paddles, shields and more. But watch out for hidden hazards and booby traps — unless you like extra-small paddles and crazy camera angles! With over a dozen bonuses, 300 kinds of blocks and 1001 incredible 3D levels, 1001 BlockBusters is non-stop, no-holds-barred, action-packed fun!

  • 1001 levels in 4 different worlds
  • More than 15 power-ups and power-downs
  • 3 shooter types
  • 3 game modes

Game Review


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Posted by Philip J Reed

1001 ways to say "meh"

101 Dolphin Pets. 101 Shark Pets. 1001 Crystal Mazes Collection. And now 1001 BlockBusters. Teyon sure tends to feel a great deal of pride for the sheer amount of content it packs into every release. But playing this most recent game, at least, it's...

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User Comments (4)



grumblegrumble said:

Got it, and so far I like it For 200 points it's basically a great game for the price. Pick it up if you like brick breaking games. This one has a cute design and it's addictive, too.

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