Atom Smash 2.0 Released
Red Mercury has released Atom Smash 2.0, a game which harks back to one from the dawn of computer gaming, Breakout. The player moves a paddle back and forth at the bottom of the screen, bouncing a ball up to remove all the bricks. Each level has four brick types arranged in different patterns. Some of the bricks contain one of six Power-Ups, like one that splits the ball into three.
This new version of Atom Smash has built-in support for the 320 by 320 resolution on the Sony N series. It is in full color but also works on monochrome handhelds. It is available now for $15.
The paddle can be controlled with either the hardware buttons, the stylus, or even the Jog Dial.
The game comes with 64 built-in levels and more can be downloaded from Red Mercury. Also, a level editor is included which allows users to create their own and beam them to other handhelds.
"This game is the result of months of work, and the input of over 150 beta testers. It is our finest work to date, and sets a new standard of quality in Palm OS gaming," said Scott Corley, President of Red Mercury. "We‚re not claiming this game is good - our 154 beta testers told us it was great. We're taking their word for it."
Look for a review of Atom Smash 2.0 later this week. -Ed
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