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Breakout clones: Alleyway, Arkanoid, Circus, Ricochet Lost Worlds, Invadazoid, Ricochet Infinity, Breakout clone, Break 'Em All, Shatter (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 12 ago 2011

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 25. Chapters: Alleyway, Arkanoid, Circus, Ricochet Lost Worlds, Invadazoid, Ricochet Infinity, Breakout clone, Break 'Em All, Shatter, Puchi Carat, Poing, Agent X II: The Mad Prof's Back, Vortex, Aquanoid, Arkanoid: Revenge of Doh, Batty, Superball Arcade, Off the Wall, DX-Ball, Cutie Q, Kirby's Block Ball, Magic Orbz, Arkanoid Returns, Super DX-Ball, Block Breaker Deluxe, Nervous Brickdown, Horizons: Software Starter Pack, Beat Ball, FizzBall, Pop-pop, Krypton Egg, Amegas, Monkey Magic, Krakout, DX-Ball 2, Beat Ball 2, Gee Bee, Hyperball, Space Squash, Bolo, Winbrick, Super Glove Ball, Cosmic Smash, Ricochet Xtreme, TRAZ, Ricochet Lost Worlds: Recharged, Bomb Bee, Block Gal, Cybersphere, Block Carnival, Blocken. Excerpt: Alleyway ) is a video game developed by Nintendo and Intelligent Systems and published by Nintendo as a global launch title for the Game Boy. It is a Breakout clone and one of the first four games developed and released for the system. The game was released first in Japan in 1989, in North America later that year, and in Europe in 1990. It was later re-released via online distribution for the Nintendo 3DS Virtual Console on June 6, 2011. The name Alleyway references the in-game gateway that the player's spaceship (represented as a paddle) must pass through. While Alleyway is a portable clone of Breakout, it adds several new features, including alternating stages, bonus rounds, and hazards for the player at later levels. While the game's original box art featured an unidentifiable protagonist, later international releases of the game replaced the character with Mario. Alleyway was released with limited advertising, receiving moderate to low scores from reviewers who compared it to games like Arkanoid. In-game screenshot of the first stageThe player's objective in Alleyway is to destroy all breakable bricks in eac...

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