Break-out game. The sequel leads you into vibrant lands containing ruins, caves, and temples. Search 160 levels to rescue funny little Gwamos and capture hundreds of menacing monsters. You can simply face off against an increasingly tough range of single-screen brick-breaking challenges that revolve around batting bouncing balls into piles of colored rectangles. Per usual, doing so simply requires moving the mouse left and right to maneuver a spaceship, located at the bottom of the screen, which essentially substitutes for a ping-pong paddle. Certainly, there.s fun to be had dodging falling boulders, attempting to free little green Gwamos from cages and worrying about spinning wheels composed of indestructible bricks that can send balls ricocheting in unexpected directions.
Style and atmosphere inside the game:
The sequel of the famous game Brick Quest provides some new additions. The game actually sports its own theme song complete with ethereal lyrics. A true breakout style game, Brick Quest 2 has loads of power-ups including poison, bombs, freeze, fire, and more. Likewise, at odds with competitors, difficulty levels are advanced enough to challenge veteran players, with your limited supply of lives sure to have quickly dwindled just a few scenarios in. But the power-ups are routine mostly. Bonuses such as destructible star-bestowing chests and crates nondescript and challenge mostly coming from hard-to-reach blocks carefully placed so as to vex even the most determined keyboard jock. It.s possible to pick up where you left off when needed, with the ability to revisit a level that presented issues helping make such issues easier to stomach.
Offline gameplay: 1 player
ESRB Ratio: Everyone
Extras and features:
· Variety of Worlds and Stages
· Option to Combine Power-Ups Monster Collection Mechanic
· Unoriginal game concept
OS: Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Me, Windows NT Processor: PII-300 Memory: 64 MB
Brik Qeust II, Brick Quest Two, Brick Quest II, BrickQuest2.