History of Krakout
Krakout is a reflex game published by Gremlin Graphics in 1987 for the BBC Micro.
Get ready to smash all the bricks in your path. Use your superhuman reflexes to bounce the ball with your stick, while a multitude of creatures will give you a hard time. Take advantage of the objects dropped by the bricks, as they will grant you priceless special powers.
How to play Krakout
The game is a clone of the mythical Arkanoid, with practically identical game mechanics. New features include a side perspective, and the possibility of customising the speed and inertia of our stick. All this is configured from the game's options menu.
The objective is to clear each screen of bricks by reflecting a ball through the stick. We can obtain a variety of items by breaking the bricks, which will modify the behaviour of both the ball and the stick. On each screen we will also find aliens that will try to hinder us, blocking or deflecting the trajectory of our throws.
- Programming and graphics: John Mackay
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