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Magical Brickout




Magical Brickout 


Have you ever considered what a circular version of Break-Out would look like? Magical Brickout gives us the answer to that very question. In case you happened to have ever asked it. Magical Brickout is a digital downloadable video game on Steam. Family Friendly Gaming was sent a code for this Personal Computer video game. It even has a storyline. One that is a bit odd.

The goal of Magical Brickout is to save the fairies from the Evil Wizard. I am not sure if Magical Brickout is trying to support sexual deviancy or not. I know there are some that will come to the conclusion. There are some demonic looking creatures in some of the backgrounds and one that comes up when we fail at a level. Expect to fail at Magical Brickout - a lot.

Magical Brickout lets gamers change the controls from the mouse and keyboard to a game controller. I tried both methods and found the same problems. Rotating the orb around can be sluggish, and changing directions can be a real problem if you want to do it quickly. I also question the physics. If I rotate fast enough the ball should change trajectory. In fact I should be able to move the ball from going down to going up. Unfortunately the ball is not affected much by the rotations. At least not in a way that helps the player. I was able to rotate the ball from a pad off the screen - thus losing the ball.

The music in Magical Brickout is fantastic. I got into the jams while failing the same levels over and over again. Magical Brickout is just too hard for me. Probably too hard for the super majority of causal and family gamers. So if you are a hardcore gamer then you might be one of the few interested in playing Magical Brickout on the PC. It is sad to see companies limit their audience like that.

Magic is a part of Magical Brickout. It is the name of the game. So expect to run across that content. There are forty-eight levels in this digital downloadable PC video game. I did not have fun playing Magical Brickout. To me this game is too difficult, and the controls are too sluggish. The graphics are meh or offensive. I am not sold on saving fairies. The music is the only thing about Magical Brickout that I like.


Graphics: 50%
Sound: 80%
Replay/Extras: 60%
Gameplay: 50%
Family Friendly Factor: 50%

System: Personal Computer
Publisher: Black Shell Media
Developer: Cunning Force Games
‘NR’ - Not Rated

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