Aquanoid

Aquanoid Screenshot

  • released: 1992
  • developed by: Karsten Finger, Stefan Heineke
  • genre: action
  • categories: arcade, paddle, pong
  • multiplayer: no
  • size: 76KB
  • 100KB rating: 4/5
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The player controls a paddle which is positioned at the bottom of the screen and can move left and right.

ARK...

ark

  • released: 1988
  • developed by: Scott DeMers
  • genre: action
  • categories: arkanoid clone
  • multiplayer: no
  • size: 116kB
  • addictiveness level: 2/5
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  • added: 29.4. 2015
The object of ARK... is to remove all the non-gold blocks from the screen. To do this you must hit each block with the ball (some more than once). You must position the paddle beneath the ball to hit it when it is close enough. The closer to the edge of the paddle the ball is when it hits the more of an angle it will have.

Bananoid

Bananoid Screenshot

  • released: 1989
  • developed by: Banana Development
  • genre: action
  • categories: paddle, pong
  • multiplayer: yes
  • size: 46,5KB
  • 100KB rating: 4/5
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Bananoid is a freeware Arkanoid-clone. It features seven levels that span two screens, for a total resolution of 544x240, according to the manual.

Bat'n Ball

Bat'n Ball Screenshot

  • released: 1995
  • developed by: Button Soft
  • genre: action
  • categories: arcade, paddle / pong
  • multiplayer: yes (2 players)
  • size: 11kB
  • addictiveness level: 5/5
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  • added: 3.11. 2013
A game that tests your reflexes as you attempt to guard a castle of sorts from a drug-crazed bouncing ball. You have at your disposal a crude but effective bat and (hopefully) nerves of steel. Your castle is surrounded by a brick wall which quickly crumbles when hit by the malevolent ball. Defend it valiantly, for a hit to the pretty blocks at its core will lose you a life.

Blockage

Blockage Screenshot

  • released: 2003
  • developed by: Fabrizio Zavagli
  • genre: action
  • categories: pong
  • multiplayer: no
  • size: 4,7KB
  • 100KB rating: 3/5
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Blockage is your basic breakout clone. You have to keep your ball from getting past you and you have to destroy all of the bricks.

Breakout

Breakout Screenshot

  • released: -
  • developed by: Kenneth Silverman
  • genre: action
  • categories: paddle / pong
  • multiplayer: no
  • size: 47kB
  • addictiveness level: 4/5
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  • added: 29.10. 2013
In Breakout, there is a wall of bricks along the top of the screen and your goal is to destroy the entire wall.

Cyber Sphere

cyber-sphere small DOS games

  • released: 1996
  • developed by: Clay Hellman
  • genre: action
  • categories: arkanoid clone
  • multiplayer: no
  • size: 146kB
  • addictiveness level: 4/5
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  • added: 01.02. 2016
The object of the game is to bounce a ball against bricks, destroying them and accumulating points. The ball must not make its way past your paddle, which you control using a mouse. Whenever the ball hits your paddle, it bounces back up at an angle relative to the place that the ball hits the paddle at. Knowing this, the ball can be aimed at targets, and with a little practice this becomes easy. DEMO.

Egawalls

Egawalls Screenshot

  • released: 1989
  • developed by: Michelangelo Policarpo
  • genre: action
  • categories: paddle / pong
  • multiplayer: yes (2 players)
  • size: 41kB
  • addictiveness level: 4/5
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  • added: 25.10. 2013
Egawalls is a two-player breakout clone with 48 stages. The two-paddle simultaneous gameplay allows for one player to concentrate on the ball, while the other catches the bonus blocks.You can collect power-ups and letters to form the word bonus for a bonus score.

Electranoid

electranoid small DOS games

  • released: 1995
  • developed by: Pixel Painters
  • genre: action
  • categories: arkanoid clone
  • multiplayer: no
  • size: 153kB
  • addictiveness level: 5/5
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  • added: 01.02. 2016
Electranoid is an Arkanoid-style arcade game which features the same basic gameplay as its inspiration, with additional enemies thrown in. Like Arkanoid, the player's objective is to break all the bricks in a level and move on to the next level. Along the way, the player must also contend with enemy fighters like Menacers that launch balls of different colors (and corresponding effects) in an attempt to confuse him/her and Destroyers who will attempt to destroy the player by launching killer balls. But the player can gain an advantage by grabbing power-ups like lasers and multi-balls. In all, a registered user of this game can play up to 100 levels.

Gemstones

gemstones

  • released: 1993
  • developed by: William D. Rinehart
  • genre: arctin
  • categories: arkanoid clone
  • multiplayer: yes (1 - 6)
  • size: 58kB
  • addictiveness level: 5/5
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  • added: 22.01. 2016
Very good arkanoid/breakout clone.

Moraff's Blast

Moraff's Blast Screenshot

  • released: 1991
  • developed by: Moraffware
  • genre: action
  • categories: arcade, paddle / pong
  • multiplayer: yes (2 players)
  • size: 80kB
  • addictiveness level: 2/5
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  • added: 3.11. 2013
At heart, this is a collection of three different Breakout variants (Brick Wall, Falling Walls, and The Blast Adventure), dished up in the trademark Moraffware style of eye-popping, fauvist colour in more supported video resolution modes than you might previously have believed existed. In all modes gameplay is primarily concerned with bouncing a ball off a paddle on the bottom of the screen and into blocks or bricks suspended above, destroying them.

Paddlers

Paddlers Screenshot

  • released: 1996
  • developed by: JJsoft
  • genre: action
  • categories: paddle / pong
  • multiplayer: yes (4 players)
  • size: 82kB
  • 100KB rating: 5/5
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  • added: 18.10. 2013
Paddlers is the ultimate multiplayer breakout game which up to 4 people can play at a time. Control your paddle, bounce the ball and get special blocks. You can play against computer or your friends!

Super Ball!

Super Ball! Screenshot

  • released: 1992
  • developed by: Raoul Said
  • genre: action
  • categories: arcade, paddle
  • multiplayer: no
  • size: 77kB
  • addictiveness level: 4/5
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  • added: 3.11. 2013
Super Ball! is a single player Breakout clone.The player has a paddle which moves left / right. A ball is fired i from the lower left of the screen and at some point, either when triggered by the player or at the end of its run, the ball travels upwards. On the screen are bricks, arranged differently on each level. The ball hits the bricks and breaks them to score points.

Turoid

turoid

  • released: 1995
  • developed by: Jason Truong
  • genre: action
  • categories: paddle / pong
  • multiplayer: no
  • size: 83kB
  • addictiveness level: 5/5
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  • added: 20.11. 2013
Turoid is a break-out type game. The purpose of the game is to destroy all the green, orange, and white bricks on the screen. The concept is similar to other ball-paddle games, but with many different features. For example, in Turoid, you can have up to 64 balls simultaneously on the screen, bonus shoot'em up levels, and a Level Editor. In short, Turoid is like other break-out games, but DIFFERENT.

Yabog

yabog

  • released: 1995
  • developed by: Kevin Peck
  • genre: action
  • categories: arkanoid clone
  • multiplayer: yes (4)
  • size: 78kB
  • addictiveness level: 5/5
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  • added: 23.12. 2015
Oh no you shudder... Another break out game. YES!!! But now with addicting playability and special feature blocks to keep things interesting. Did I mention YEDIT... You can create your own levels to provide you with endless hours of creative fun!!!!

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As one of the first paddle games in gaming history, Breakout has spawned countless copycats and alterations to its original form.

The original game is simple, what with bouncing a ball off of a paddle on the screen in an attempt to destroy all the blocks on the screen. Perhaps the concept is better known by the best-selling arcade variant of the game, Arkanoid.