Breakout – Mac Sunday
Ricochet Lost Worlds

Ricochet Lost Worlds

In Ricochet Lost Worlds, the classic brick-breaking game is taken to interesting and exciting new levels. Most people typically enjoy these type of games on their handheld cellular devices (like a Blackberry) but why does the fun have to stop there? Why not expand the game and make it applicable for use on a computer. I think Ricochet Lost Worlds has done this. I am not a huge fan of playing breakout games (usually) but I was pleasantly surprised by this game. Like all brick games, the object of Ricochet Lost Worlds is to destroy all the bricks on the level by bouncing the ball off your paddle and into the bricks. Although tedious at times, there are power-ups available

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Fizzball Review

Fizzball Review

Professor Fizzwizzle is back! And this time, his crazy robots are working for him. He has decided to use his new invention, the Fizzball, to help animals in trouble. This ball starts out small, but slowly grows in size, as more and more animals are collected. The game has more than 60 animals to save and 180 levels to maneuver through. One of the first things the game asks is whether you want to set the game to regular or kids mode. I find this very considerate of the creators because they realize that their demographic reaches further than just the teen/adult bracket. Kids can pick up the game and play without becoming too frustrated with some of the harder

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