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Block Quest V (PC-98)

Block Quest V PC-98 Title screen.


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Block Quest V is a Breakout clone with adult content. The player must keep the ball from falling out the bottom of the screen, while at the same time attempting to destroy all the blocks on the screen using the ball. There are no powerups, but there are a wide variety of different block types including blocks that switch on and off and blocks that move. The player can also shake the playfield to adjust the ball's trajectory, much like tilting in a pinball game. If the game continues for long enough, the ball will move faster and faster, but will eventually explode into three separate balls which move slower again.

There are a total of nine areas with eleven stages each. Each area has a theme (hospital, restaurant, school), and a girl who matches the theme (nurse, waitress, student). As the player clears the stages, the player is rewarded with several pictures of the "stage girl" in varying stages of undress.


Block Quest V PC-98 Oh, not so innocent anymore!
Block Quest V PC-98 She looks ashamed.
Block Quest V PC-98 The grid blocks launch the ball in strange directions.
Block Quest V PC-98 These blocks move toward you, so hit them before they block your paddle!

Alternate Titles

  • "ブロッククエストⅤ" -- Japanese spelling

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雷堂嬢太朗 -raido.jotaro- (58314) added Block Quest V (PC-98) on Jul 09, 2010