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Super Ccatch Puts A Fun, New Spin On The Classic Breakout Genre
It's Breakout, Jim, but not as we know it.
| July 1
Brick Breaking Games Just Got Crazier With Hyper Breaker Turbo
This is not your momma’s Breakout.
| May 24
See How Much Fruit You Can Smash Out Of Bricks With MacBrickout
Break bricks, shoot lasers and detonate bombs in this fast-paced game based on the classic arcade game Breakout.
| May 22
Atari Releases Breakout: Boost+ With 100 New Levels
Atari releases a new version of Breakout: Boost with 100 brand-new levels and more.
| January 27
Cybernarium Breaks Into The App Store, Now On Sale
Cybernarium is a universal, futuristic arcade game that is like Breakout, but with much better graphics and more intricate gameplay. No offense to fans of the retro pong-style game, but this is not your parents’ Breakout.
| November 22
Steampunk Meets Breakout In ArkanoArena - Plus A Chance To Win A Copy!
If you're a fan of "Breakout" games and steampunk, then ArkanoArena is definitely one that you don't want to miss.
| September 8
Bashi Blocks Redefines The Breakout Game Style, Half Off For A Limited Time
Bashi Blocks is a mix between Breakout and table hockey. More than just a copy cat of the two combined, this game offers plenty of bonuses, obstacles and downright fun. With 90 different levels to play, you will be occupied for hours.
| July 19
Jailbreak Only: SpringBlock Breaker: Play Breakout With Your App Icons
If you're looking to play a classic arcade game using your application icons, SpringBlock Breaker is a jailbreak tweak worth considering. Once installed, the tweak allows users to play a game of Breakout with their app icons on a new screen, using their iPhone's built-in accelerometer.
| July 5
New Signal Process Releases iOS-Friendly BreakOut Stomp & BreakOut Stereo
New Signal Process has recently releases two new music accessories, both of which are iOS-friendly: The BreakOut Stomp and the BreakOut Stereo, which are targeted towards guitarists and DJs, respectively.
| May 27