Break 'Em All - Nintendo DS

3.3 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews
Rated: Everyone
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  • Use the DS stylus to control your paddle, guiding it to destroy the wall in front of you
  • Battle your way through dungeons full of blocks in Story Mode
  • Test your reflexes with Tokoton mode -- random sequences of blocks will occur, forcing you think fast
  • Face level bosses using your skill with the ball and paddle - use it as a weapon to take them out
  • Collect power-ups to enhance your game -- catch & launch from a paddle, turn the ball into a bomb, even attach a laser gun to the paddle & blast away


Product Description

In Break 'Em All, you'll enjoy a throwback to classic brick-busting games. Control a small platform at the bottom of the screen, and use it to bounce a small ball into a wall of multicolored blocks. Use your knowledge of angles and momentum to crack through each wall, and earn your freedom.

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ASIN B000F7MKRY
Release date June 20, 2006
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3.3 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews

3.3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #65,983 in videogames
#2,098 in Video Games > Nintendo DS > Games
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Product Dimensions 4.8 x 5.5 x 0.5 inches
Media: Video Game
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By Michael Kerner HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on June 23, 2006
There are often times where a classic can be revamped under a different named video game. Neverthless, that just doesn't mean that the knockoff is good as the original. That has been the case with Crash Bash for ther original Playstation, which was made as a knockoff from the Mario Party series from Nintendo. Well, throughout its top era, Atari had made some of the most revolutionary games of all times like Centipede, the original Pong, and Asteroids. Well, another Atari classic has been under a new video game knockoff again, and tis time it is bound to either please, or bouce those balls away from the bricks.

Break 'Em All which is a knockoff of the original Breakout from Atari for the Nintendo DS is a fairly exciting game for those who've missed out the original game from the 1970's. The gameplay of course is nothing new. The object of the game is for you to guide your paddle back and forth, using the Nintendo DS stylus as the controller, and keep your ball bouncing in play, and knocking out as many bricks as possible to clear the level. The graphics on the game isn't very new, but they are fairly decent. Where the control on the other hand, is mainly from the stylus which is simple to operate. The feeling of excitement here isn't over the top, but it does carry out fairly well.

All in all, Break 'Em All is a adequate knockoff to Breakout from Atari, and it is a good puzzle game for the Nintendo DS. Sadly, if you've played the classic Breakout, you probably might want to consider pasing this game up, and consider another Nintendo DS puzzle game like Magnetica, Tetris DS or Meteos. But, if you haven't played the earlier classic, then this game is worth a try.

Graphics: B

Sound: C

Control: B-

Fun & Enjoyment: C 1/2+

Overall: C 1/2+
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This game is like most arcade games, the more one progresses, the harder each level gets. For me, this game is addicting. The only problem, is that there is no save feature, and there should be. With all of the levels, it takes a huge amount of time to to get through them. Once the DS is turned off, one needs to start all over again. This makes it impossible to use the DS for anything else, and the DS needs to be left on in sleep mode when one wants to do something else, such as go to bed.
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Brought this for my nephew cause he like to destroy anything with blocks.Yet again the graphics where real small.Plus every time you lose and go out you have to set up all your data again......Very Fustrating
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Break 'Em All is a supposed remake of an earlier Atari game, Breakout, but only the premise remains the same. You're a floating paddle and you use a small ball to destroy bricks. There are different types of bricks, and there is some strategy to the game. The problem with games such as Break 'Em All is they quickly get repetitive. I've only had the game for a few days, but I can see how destroying all the bricks, or destroying "bosses" can, in time, get old. On the other hand, I find the game strangely addictive, so my prediction may not be perfectly true.

I give the game 4 stars overall because there are inherent flaws in a game with rules such as Breakout. There are certain power-ups that can be had, and they range from useless to incredibly useful. The point of the game though never changes. You just need to destroy bricks (in the main mode). If the creators of the game would have expanded, even slightly, on that then the game might have been amazing. I'm being nitpicky though, and overall the game is fun. On a fun level, it fall somewhere between Tao: Curse of the Demon Seal (terrible game), and New Super Mario Bros. (great game).
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