Draw Breaker – Review: Brick Breaker Move On Over [iOS,Android]
Draw Breaker just came out and we had early access to the game. We have always been a fan of brick breaker style games yet Draw Breaker takes them to a new level with creativity and a fun little story line that will in no doubt make you chuckle. Read on to see why traditional [...]
Draw Breaker just came out and we had early access to the game. We have always been a fan of brick breaker style games yet Draw Breaker takes them to a new level with creativity and a fun little story line that will in no doubt make you chuckle. Read on to see why traditional brick breakers are old news…
The visuals in Draw Breaker are crisp as can be even on the new iPads screen. They are many neat effects as you blast the monsters to pieces. Each monster has their own quirky movements that add some flare to a once tired genre of games. The colorful visuals make the game great to look at but also supply you with details as to which blocks are the most crucial to be destroyed first.
The developers have done a great job making the game come to life with the slow motion effects and fever mode high speed action. From the menus to the cut scenes to the actual gameplay there is a level of polish that is a pleasure to play.
Any person that has ever played or seen a brick breaker will feel right at home with draw breaker as they are very similar. There is a key and refreshing difference between the classic brick breakers. The difference being that you actually draw exactly where you want your “paddle” to be and how long too. In certain levels you can get a powerup that allows you to make the paddle even longer.
The devs have a lot of little surprises in store for you such as slow mo mode and much stronger ball mode I will call it. Each square monster has their own characteristics that create humorous variety to the game. There is a method to the madness with this game in that you will need to destroy some blocks before others so you do not end up getting blown apart by an exploding monster. That aspect alone makes the game get progressively more difficult in the latter levels.
There are 4 levels to play through with 9 stages in each and there also is an endless mode coming soon per the in game menu. Each level provides new monsters to combat and new power ups that never made the game feel repetitive. At the end of each stage you get a score that is dependent on how many lives you lost and how fast you destroyed the blocks. There is a 2x powerup that gives you twice the points in the game that helps you add up your points fast along with when you achieve the fever mode status.
The story of the game is both clever and hilarious. I will let the awesome background story video speak for itself. Click on the link below to watch the video.
The reason why the cat and the monsters are square that was answered in the video are hilarious. After you complete each stage the professor makes funny comments too that made us chuckle.
The game is not a very long game and depending on your skills it could be shorter or longer. We were able to play through the whole game in the matter of 4 hours of spread out game time. The only weak point we can come up with this game was it is just too fun and not enough levels to play through. However for 99 cents it is certainly worth the price of admission and then some. The game does not nickel and dime your through in app purchases either which is very nice. The devs have promised to add an endless mode which will for sure add to the games replay value.
If you love brick breaker games then you must try this game which will be available for Android and iOS. It is nice to see the level of creativity from the story to each monsters traits. We loved our time with this game and can definitely give this on a big two thumbs up. We hope to see more updates soon to satisfy our new Draw Breaker addiction. Hit up the download links below to try this great game for yourself. Also check out our first post to watch the gameplay video.