Breakout Games

This information is the same for all breakout games. All breakout games are based on the video arcade game of breakout. You have to remove all objects by hitting them with the ball. During the game new objects and other surprises may appear. The levels will get more difficult as the player progresses through the game. All my Breakout games use the mouse to control the paddle.

If the player misses the ball, one paddle is lost. Play continues as long as there is at least one paddle showing along the top of the game screen. When there is only one paddle showing there, the player is using the last paddle.

If the a game is played on a laptop that has an Fn button, when something needs to be done using the “F1, F2,” and so on, the player must also hold down the Fn button.

At the present time only some of these breakout games are ready to be added. If it has been added, there will be a link at the end of the game information. In the meantime you can preview the games not yet added.

ANI Breakout

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ANI Breakout is the first in a new line of computer games written for the under two crowd. The bricks are animals and when hit by the ball it will make the sound of  the animal pictured and disappear. When the game begins, the player has 5 paddles. This game has 25 levels. You can download it here

ALPHA Breakout

ALPHA Breakout the bricks are the letters of the alphabet and when hit by the ball, the letter pictured is named then disappears. When the game begins, the player has 5 paddles.  The player gains more paddles by hitting the blue smiley face. The game ends when the player loses all paddles or completes all 26 levels. The game can also be ended at any time by pressing the <esc> key. This game has 26 levels, one level for each of the letters of the alphabet. You can download it here.

DIGI Breakout

In Digi Breakout the bricks are the numbers from 1-10 and when hit by the ball, the number pictured is named then disappears. This game has 20 levels, 2 levels for each of the numbers from 1 to 10. When the game begins, the player has 5 paddles. The player gains more paddles by hitting the block with a purple smiley face. The game ends when the player loses all paddles or completes all 20 levels. The game can also be ended at any time by pressing the <esc> key.  You can download it here.

Junior Breakout 1

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Junior Breakout 1 is the first in a series of games for younger children and anyone just learning to play games on a computer. In Junior Breakout 1 the bricks and ball are 48×48 pixels (large). The game begins with 5 paddles. The other games in the series are: Junior Breakout 2, Junior Breakout 3, Junior Breakout 4, and Junior Breakout 5. Each of the five games in the series has a skill level that gets more difficult as the player progresses from Junior Breakout 1 through Junior Breakout 5. You can download Junior Breakout 1 here.

Junior Breakout 2

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Junior Breakout 2 is the second in a series of breakout games for little guys and gals or others who are new to using a computer. The game begins with 5 paddles. The bricks and ball in Junior Breakout 2 are 32×32 pixels (a bit smaller than Junior Breakout 1). There are three special bricks in Junior Breakout 2. The rainbow brick adds a paddle. One of the teal square bricks will destroy all bricks of the same color. One of the purple square bricks will destroy all bricks of the same color. You may not have a special brick in a level with bricks the same color as the special brick. These bricks are removed, as the other bricks: by hitting them with a ball. Only when some bricks suddenly disappear will you know you have hit a special brick. At this skill level, all special bricks do not need to be hit by the ball to end the level. Junior Breakout 2 can be downloaded here.

Junior Breakout 3

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Junior Breakout 3 is the third in a series of 5 breakout games. In this breakout game the bricks and ball are 24 x24 pixels (a bit smaller then previous Junior Breakout out games). The game begins with 4 paddles. Junior Breakout 3 has some surprises for you: moving bricks, bricks that send you up a level, etc. The brick that is both a regular brick and a special brick is noted in the opening screen of the game. You can download Junior Breakout 3 here.

Junior Breakout 4

Junior Breakout 4 is the fourth in a series of breakout games for little guys and gals or others who are new to playing games on a computer. The game begins with 3 paddles. There are thirteen special bricks The bricks that are both a regular brick and a special brick are noted in the opening screen of the game. All types of bricks are shown in the opening screen.

In Junior Breakout 4, some special bricks need to be removed and others do not have to be removed before the level ends. The ones that do not have to be removed in Junior Breakout 4 are:
Invisible, breakable brick (no color)
Level up brick (pink)
The diagonal brick (green)
The vertical brick (purple)
Horizontal brick (black)
Brick that doesn’t move (black)

You can download Junior Breakout 4 here.

JR Breakout 5

Junior Breakout 5 is the fifth (and final) in a series of breakout games for little guys and gals or others who are new to playing games on a computer. The game begins with 3 paddles. Junior Breakout 5 has some surprises for you: moving bricks, double paddles, dropdowns and dropups to catch with the paddle, etc. Sometimes you can also move the paddle up and down and sometimes the paddle appears at the top of the screen rather than at the bottom (or both). Some of the surprises include a gun paddle, a go through ball and multiple balls. This game has 25 levels that get more difficult in the upper levels. You can download this game by clicking here.

KaRP Breakout 50 Levels

In this version, the play area is the full screen and there are 50 levels. KaRP Breakout 50 Levels has some surprises for you: moving bricks, double paddles, dropdowns to catch with the paddle, etc. Sometimes you can also move the paddle up and down and sometimes the paddle appears at the top of the screen rather than at the bottom (or both). Some of the surprises include a gun paddle, a go through ball and multiple balls. 

Kathi’s Breakout

This breakout game was designed as a gift for some folks at a church I attended because they had a contemporary worship service that was called “Breakout”. A design for the bulletin covers was created by a young man who gave me permission to use the basic design in my breakout game. The game has 25 levels. During the game new objects and other surprises appear. The levels will get more difficult.

When the game begins, the player has 5 paddles. The player gains more paddles by hitting the blue smiley face. The game ends when the player loses all paddles or completes all 25 levels. The game can also be ended at any time by pressing the <esc> key. There are invisible (glass) bricks on some levels. These do not have to be hit before the level ends. This game can be downloaded here.

Offsides Breakout

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Offsides Breakout it called “offsides” because the paddle is on the left side of the game screen. The paddle is moved up and down rather than from side to side. It may look easy, but do not fuss when it turns out to be more difficult to play than thought. Other than the direction of the paddle, Offsides Breakout is basically the same as my other breakouts.

When the game begins, the player has 5 paddles. The player gains more paddles by hitting the blue smiley face. The game ends when the player loses all paddles or completes all 25 levels. The game can also be ended at any time by pressing the <esc> key. There are invisible (glass) bricks on some levels. These do not have to be hit before the level ends. To download, click here.

Teddy Bear Breakout

I am making some changes so this game will not be available for a couple of weeks. When it is finished, I will add it.

This game was originally created as a gift for a friend who collected teddy bears. This one was a unique teddy bear for her! When the game begins, the player has five paddles. The player gains more paddles by hitting the blue smiley face. The game ends when the player loses all paddles or completes all 25 levels. The game can also be ended at any time by pressing the <esc> key. There are invisible (glass) bricks on some levels. These do not have to be hit before the level ends.

Train Breakout

Train Breakout is based on the video arcade game of breakout. You have to get rid of all the objects by hitting them with the ball. This breakout game has 25 levels. The levels start out easy and slightly increase with difficulty as the player improves. Move the paddle left and right using the mouse. You can change the direction of the ball by placing the paddle so the ball will hit it on the correct point. Please remember that it takes practice, lots of practice to learn to do this.

When the game begins, the player has five paddles. The player gains more paddles by hitting the red smiley face. The game ends when the player loses all paddles or completes all 25 levels. The game can also be ended at any time by pressing the <esc> key. There are invisible (glass) bricks on some levels. These do not have to be hit before the level ends. This game can be downloaded by clicking here.