This breakout style game uses real paintings/drawings as a backdrop. The only way you can see the painting is by breaking the blocks. The blocks drop gems of various value. If you get the high score, a screenshot is made. When browsing the levels, you can view the painting as it was last seen in the screenshot. Uncover the entire painting to save the whole picture. The artists names are provided in each painting, as well as in the credits.
Now don't think that this is as easy as it may sound. There is no flat paddle. You select the type of ball you want to fire. The ball must match the block in order to destroy it. You must also retrieve the ball using the paddle, otherwise it will not be reusable.
You will also have to use caution when firing. The turret moves back and forth on it's own. So, you must time your shot well, especially as the distance becomes greater. If a ball gets stuck, it will eventually self-destruct.
Beware! Not everything that drops is a gem. If you collect a bomb, it will blow up a bunch of your score. So, yeah. Try not to do that. Also, there is a sneaky vortex that will eat anything that it touches. So, you don't want to be firing your balls into it. Finally, a beach ball, can cause disruption and can plug your paddle. . .
There are 25 levels. So, that means 25 paintings/drawings. Yes. we have permission to use them all. Enjoy.