Sketchpad Escape - Brick Break

Sketchpad Escape - Brick Break

10,000 - 50,000 downloads

Pros
  • Very aesthetically pleasing to blast colored ink all over the page
  • Great music
  • Power-ups keep things interesting
Cons
  • Sometimes the platform doesn't respond instantaneously
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+ By MannagraphiX Studios

Expert's Review
8.0
Great

"Doodle blast"

Reviewed by / Nov 28, 2013

Break the bricks and spray brilliant colors across the page

Like doodling in class, only way more high speed and with the goal of spilling massive amount of ink. MannagraphiX Studios' Sketchpad Escape is a brick breaking game done right, and in every color of the rainbow.

Move your platform from left to right to keep the black wrecking ball from falling off the page. It'll destroy the bricks that it bounces off, releasing a burst of ink onto the paper if they're colored. Power-ups galore keep you on your toes; one of the most interesting are the trapped balls that don't destroy bricks, but rather add color to any that they bump into, increasing your chance of racking up the points.

The music is at once high speed and chill - think minimal house electro (okay, well, think that if you're me).

Very occasionally, the platform motion doesn't respond like I want it to. I'm not sure whether that's an issue with the game design or with my fat fingers.

The concept isn't original, but the execution is flawless. MannagraphiX Studios' Sketchpad is a supercolored, fast-paced timekiller of an app, and comes highly recommended.

Developer's original description available here
No Ads!! - 100 Levels - 5 Worlds - Tons of Color! - 15 Paddles and Balls!

Sketchpad Escape: The Ultimate Brick Breaker Experience! Have you ever wished you could play a brick breaker or arkanoid on your notepad? Watch amazing color spring to life from the sketches of a pencil as you break your way through hand drawn bricks. Vibrant displays of colors splattering right in front of your eyes as you gain a streak and blast anything in your way leaving a trail of artful paint in your path? This is the exact experience you have in Sketchpad Escape. Can you release the inner artist and escape the clutches of the sketchpad?

Sketchpad Escape is an exciting twist on the old Brick Breaker / Arkanoid game style. With colorful graphics and exclusive features, you are sure to find a fun and unique experience! Everything from the music, to the colorful and vibrant graphics….Sketchpad Escape is a great play.

Features currently include:

-No Ads!
-Takes place completely on a notepad with hand sketched graphics
-Paint each level by breaking paint bricks
-Create paint bricks using special items like paint guns and balls
-100 amazing levels of game play that increase in difficulty as you go
-15 unique colorful paddles and balls to unlock
-Levels divided into 5 color groups (Blue, Green, Purple, Orange, Red)
-Collectable paint chips for use as in-game currency
-Strategic placement of bricks and items on every level
-Star scoring system

Recently changed in this version

Adjusted in game currency. Adjusted a few menu buttons.


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Comments and ratings for Sketchpad Escape - Brick Break
  • (61)

    by S6lnitskin on 10/05/2014

    The game as a whole is very entertaining. The action is solid and there is a nice variety of levels. The graphics is fun the music is catchy. Sometimes the ball acts weird, bounces in physically impossible ways or locks in a tile and you have to restart. The upgrade menu has no info so you don't know what you pay for. What do the different balls do other than being there? They should have bonuses

  • (61)

    by Frank Knoblock on 22/01/2014

    Awsom

  • (61)

    by lovingirl0077 on 10/01/2014

    This is a fun breakout game with nice music.

  • (61)

    by Aaron Castillo on 10/01/2014

    Just simply fun

  • (61)

    by Gem W on 10/01/2014

    Graphics all messed up and nowhere to click to start game? Glad I didn't part with cash

  • (61)

    by Racheal Low on 25/12/2013

    Awesome!

  • (61)

    by Dan L on 19/12/2013

    It's pretty neat. Its got a retro vibe to it.