Last Updated on Friday, 10 August 2012 09:37 Posted by Clash Monday, 13 August 2012 12:14
Reviewed by Frank for FamilyFriendlyGaming
Draw Breaker is an interesting twist on the Break-Out concept. We get to draw lines that become what the ball bounces off of. I noticed that Draw Breaker has an attraction to the lines at an angle. Drawing one line is cool, but if the ball is not going there a second one can be drawn. The first line will go away when the second one is drawn.
This poor little block headed boy wanted to be an astronaut. But at Space Camp he was laughed at, and there was no helmets that would fit him. So he has decided to use his monsters to turn the entire world into a square. Cause its hip to be square or something like that. We are using our ball to knock away all of his monsters.
Never let the block monsters touch the bottom of the level in Draw Breaker. This is an instant level over. Draw Breaker can be stressful near the bottom especially when the ball is not going the way you want it to. Players need to remember to draw lines where ever on the screen to guide the ball where they want it to go.
Some of the monsters in Draw Breaker are yucky to look at. The little cut scenes are interesting and help propel this iPhone/iPod Touch app to a higher level than many apps out there. I felt bad for that little block headed boy. Those evil, hateful, mean, and nasty kids shattered his dreams. They should be disciplined.
The music in Draw Breaker is simply stunning. I love how this app sounds. Everything from the special effect sounds to the music that permeates our souls. I have one gripe against Draw Breaker, and that is having to beat so many levels back to back to complete an area. This is not conducive to a hand held device.
Family Friendly Factor: 80%
System: iPhone/iPod Touch
Publisher: Elevate Entertainment
Rating: ‘4+’ - 4+