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EDIT: New version BREAKOUT2002 LASERBEAMS! 

Can you make it to the playable green treasure room ending scene on level 10?

Button control reversed; reserves finite LASERBEAMS that run out before the end of each level.

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BREAKOUT studies 

A collection of seven BREAKOUT stories featuring an inspired new rendition, BREAKOUT 2002 with a 10 level quest and a harmonized sound that is different.

 

Breakdown of the studies

Five stories of the continued evolution of Atari Breakout design with examples of games and links to prototypes

Stories of old and emerging technologies for creating more dazling and colorful retro videogames!

Party Gameplay instructions for BREAKOUT 2002

 

Printing it out

To create a 4-page mini book, print the PDF on one piece of double sided paper and fold it in half.

 

Best play experience

Use either classic hardware or full screen settings if you are running an emulator and turn off phosphor/merge frames.

 

BREAKOUT discussion

 Hope everyone enjoys! Share your thoughts and ideas about BREAKOUT on this thread! :)

 

BREAKOUT 2002 Party Games Manual.pdf

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New ROM enhancements!

ATARI FLASHBACK BASIC! Make games for the AFP with awesome  graphics, animation and a built in tracker/sequencer! Compatible with all Atari consoles! The IDE is already installed on your PC! Atari Flashback BASIC is cross compatible with the SuperCharger too! :)

AFB games can be recompiled with no changes using the SuperCharger BASIC compiler, available at Relationalframework.com/vwBASIC

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BREAKOUT never gets old, having a lot of fun with this rendition :)

Button control is reversed and reserves the laserbeams which run out before the end of each level...

 

ATARI FLASHBACK BASIC! Make games for the AFP with awesome  graphics, animation and a built in tracker/sequencer! Compatible with all Atari consoles! The IDE is already installed on your PC! Atari Flashback BASIC is cross compatible with the SuperCharger too! :)

AFB games can be recompiled with no changes using the SuperCharger BASIC compiler, available at Relationalframework.com/vwBASIC

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