Aces 3D Brick Breaker Announced, Brings New Life to Classic Game
If you’ve been in the mobile scene long enough, you probably remember Brick Breaker. Concrete Software, Inc. is bringing the game to the next level with Aces 3D Brick Breaker. It was just announced for Android, iOS, and BlackBerry devices, and upon first glance, it looks like a really fun game. The concept is more or less the same as the original Brick Breaker, but the ball moves to and from the screen, instead of up and down, hence the 3D name. There are seven different themes, so you can customize the look and feel to your heart’s content.
The game is only $2.99 on the Android Market, and it appears to be well worth the price. So, who’s already downloaded Aces 3D Brick Breaker for their Android device? Do you like it so far? Sound off in the comments below! For those that haven’t tried Aced 3D Brick Breaker yet, we’ve provided a box below to do so, as well as the full press release. Enjoy!
August 16, 2011 – Concrete Software, Inc. ®, a leader in innovative mobile games, announced today the release of Aces® 3D Brick Breaker for iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Android and BlackBerry devices. With a true 3D environment and 24 unique power-ups like the laser and giant ball, Aces 3D Brick Breaker puts a twist into the standard brick breaker game.
Aces 3D Brick Breaker’s great features have already impressed reviewers. David Stone of Gamezebo said, “By the end of level two, I’m already excited. And if you’re into block-breaking titles, you should be too. Aces 3D Brick Breaker is that rare creature that claims to be different and actually is!”
Aces 3D Brick Breaker is available from the App Store, Android Market, and BlackBerry App World. For more information or to contact the developers please e-mail [email protected].
About Concrete Software
Concrete Software creates and publishes innovative casual mobile games that run on top mobile platforms including BlackBerry®, iPhone, Google Android, and Windows Phone 7. Concrete Software titles can be found across many app stores, major operators, retail stores and anywhere else mobile software is sold. More information is available at www.concretesoftware.com.[/spoiler]
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