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Break Gold (Windows)

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Break Gold is a single player, mouse controlled, Breakout type of game.

The game consists of a series of boards named Break Gold, another series named "Noid '99" which may come from one of the author's earlier freeware games of the same name, and a single level known as 'test'. The game comes with a level editor and the last 'test' level, while fully playable, serves as an indicator for the way user created levels are accessed via the game'e main menu.

In the supplied levels the player uses the paddle to keep a ball in play and using it to destroy bricks and tot up a high score. In most of these levels alien space ships appear through trap doors at the top of the screen and points are awarded for their destruction.
Other game features include force fields, bricks with springs that move horizontally, and a moveable tileset - it 'waves' like a flag in a breeze.

The game has music, sound effects and a high score table, it can be played with either the mouse or the keyboard


Break Gold Windows The main menu screen.<br>Over on the left the game name scrolls sideways. There is the BreakGOLD game set and the Noid'99 game set. User created games appear as single entries
Break Gold Windows The game's load screen
Break Gold Windows Game Over!<br>The same Congratulations screen is used for the supplied game sets and the user levels
Break Gold Windows This is one of the Noid'99 games but there's no indication of this on screen

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piltdown_man (172665) added Break Gold (Windows) on Jun 09, 2016