There is no Microvision cover art on file for this game
The beauty of simplicity.
Aug 28, 2013
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With it's touch sensitive padding, the Microvision really wasn't destined for greatness, but as the first hand held console it was a noble effort, and it was wise that Milton Bradley shipped the CPU with the best game in the catalog, Blockbuster. While the game was simply another Blockout port, the addictive factor was found in the need to chisel through to the top so your ball could devastate the wall from the top down, once you got it up there. The fact you could see and do all this in the palm of your hand was joyful and one I would eagerly return to if I had the system in my hands today.
Sound was cheap, no music, no saves.
The Bottom Line
A great portable version of a beloved game.