The cheap game show "Block" (Amiga)

The cheap game show "Block" Amiga Title screen


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Tcgs-block is a Breakout game, originally for the Sony PSP, influenced by the Tōhō series of maniac shoot'em'ups, particularly Perfect Cherry Blossom.

The basic Breakout gameplay remains; launch balls from a paddle and bounce them at bricks. What is added, in direct reference to mania shooters, apart from manga-style girls in the background, is the frantic multi-ball gameplay. You start out with a reserve of balls of which you can launch as many as you wish to try your luck. When you run out of balls, which is more probable the more balls that are on-screen, the game is over. Nevertheless, launching several balls at once yields higher scores in accordance with the higher difficulty level. Just as in Tōhō games, hitting enemies – or bricks in this instance – releases score symbols that are absorbed by your bat.


The cheap game show "Block" Amiga Blue point blocks fall toward you
The cheap game show "Block" Amiga On to the second level
The cheap game show "Block" Amiga All clear
The cheap game show "Block" Amiga Game over

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  • "TCGS-BLOCK" -- Shorthand Title

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Игги Друге (46428) added The cheap game show "Block" (Amiga) on Dec 11, 2006