I've only been playing it for merely an hour, and I'm hook[ed], line, and sinker addicted; alas, the dev has some serious work to do, because it only took me that long, and I already beat all whopping 8 levels. The graphics are a superb emulatory rendering of classic 16-24 bit graphics, with a surprising bit of modernistic flair thrown in; along the same lines, the soundtrack is very Retro sounding, but surprisingly has a very modern ring to it.
I know that the graphics look horrendous, but look past that. This is a genuinely quite fun remake of Breakout. You can't cheat with the controls (as in, teleport the paddle to where the ball is) so you have to actually drag it, meaning you do need genuine skill. It will start off like a normal game of Breakout, but halfway through, you will start getting power-ups (bigger paddle, bigger ball, more balls, ball goes through the gems, etc) and it starts getting really hectic and fun. I recommend waiting to get it if it isn't on sale, because every once in a while it goes up for free. It actually went up for free not too long ago.
Buggy as hell, after changing the graphics quality the ball disappeared, and more than once the platform was unresponsive.
Very retro looking, which adds to its appeal. Simple, easy to play.
Good game, just needs a continue button.
Worst game worst controls