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I object to the Royal Chaos ad on this app where on the screen at the end of the ad, the options to “adopt the child” or “kill the maid” appear. The rest of the ads are for games where you kill your opponent, but this one, complete with a graphic of a young girl bound in ropes and awaiting her fate is repugnant. I also find that on my phone, I often have to reload the game multiple times for it to get past the ad screens. I would be willing to pay a dollar or two for an ad free version of this game.
Merging pinball with breakout is a great combo, and it's mostly well done here. A bit of a tutorial/tips would be nice, especially in regards to the upgrades - some are not clear. But the main problem is there are some spots on the screen where taps aren't registered, thus not activating the flippers! These spots are toward the bottom, on each side, around the shield icon and ball shute. PLEASE fix these! Ugh, just discovered the sides of the screen outside the game board are bad too, which is ridiculous since those are great places to place your thumbs if the bottom corners don't work for you. Also, this is playing on an iPhone 11 Max.
Really enjoyed this interesting take on Classic Pinball & Tetris/Breakout. Recommend buying the app- ads are annoying & breakup the flow of the game. The reward system of coins for upgrades and features is extremely well done- not the typical gold coin-driven crappy apps that seem to be everywhere. This is an awesome game- for a quick 5 minutes or a 5 hour marathon! ~WheelieBob ~
Fun game, and I've been playing it quite a bit, but the ball mechanics aren't that great. You can figure it out, but the ball is too heavy and makes the gameplay harder (not in a good way).
No, seriously, who buys up the rights to an old game and then forces people who already own that game to pay a subscription just to access their content? GameClub and Playond, that’s who! If you haven’t already, I strongly recommend turning auto-update for your apps off, so you can control whether scumbags like GameClub can snatch your games out from under you.
Developed by the GameClub,
who have also released the following apps The Path to Luma - GameClub, Plunderland - GameClub, ORC: Vengeance - GameClub, Minigore - GameClub, Wave Wave - GameClub, KANO - GameClub, Warpack Grunts - GameClub, Grimm - GameClub, Super QuickHook - GameClub, Waking Mars - GameClub .
Pinball Breaker - GameClub has 102 user reviews.
Pinball Breaker - GameClub has an average rating of 4.1.
The latest version of Pinball Breaker - GameClub (1.2.3) was released on Dec 14, 2019.
You can download Pinball Breaker - GameClub here:.
It is the world of the future. You can tell because everything is neon. First contact has been made with extraterrestrial life forms, and it is decidedly unfriendly. The last remnants of humanity huddle behind a shield that is only a couple of attacks away from crumbling. You are the last hope for our species. You are also a pair of giant pinball flippers.
Pinball Breaker Forever tasks you with repelling the nasty aliens who seek to
destroy our planet. They keep descending, formation after formation, tirelessly attempting to lay waste to Earth. Use your giant pinball flippers to launch a ball at these conveniently brick-shaped foes and take them out before they can touch down. Just be careful, because while the monsters share the same general shape, they come in all kinds of types.
You aren't without your own tricks. Break special blocks to earn power-ups that will give you the edge against your enemies. Collect coins and use them to upgrade your powers and abilities in order to survive longer and reach higher scores. Unlock new styles of flippers that make you look at least 7.46% cooler. Save the Earth now. Celebrate later. Pinball Breaker Forever.
Classic Gameplay: Take aim using your pinball flippers to destroy enemies. Aim for skill shots to earn extra points, and make use of classic brick-breaker techniques to clear out a bunch of invaders at once!
Hold the Line: If even a single alien gets past you, Earth's last shield will be destroyed. Allow another one through? Good-bye, humanity.
Retro-Future Style: If it's the future we're talking about, then it just has to be neon, right? Stylish visuals and awesome tunes keep you flipping to the beat.
Radical Power-Ups: Break the right blocks and you'll be able to make use of special balls, powers, and other helpful kinds of support.
Lots of Upgrades: Use the coins you collect to strengthen your power-ups, add new skill shots to the board, and pick up cool new flipper designs.
Multiple Modes: Choose from three different modes to find the challenge that's right for you. Do you have what it takes to survive Nightmare mode?
Pinball Breaker is playable for free, with some sections and features available only to subscribers of GameClub Pro, an optional auto-renewing monthly subscription which also removes ads. Besides the GameClub Pro subscription, there are no other in-app purchases in this game.
If you choose to purchase the optional subscription:
- Payment will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase. No charge will be made for the free trial period.
- Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period.
- Your account will be charged for renewal within 24 hours prior of the current period, at the cost indicated.
- You can manage your subscriptions and turn off auto-renewal by going to your App Store account settings after purchase.
- Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable
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