Dionakra (Windows)

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Similar to Arkanoid, Dionakra is a enhanced clone of Breakout. Players take control of a pad at the bottom of the playfield, which is used to direct a bouncing ball towards a number of bricks at the top of the playfield. Once the player has destroyed all the bricks, he gets to advance to the next level. In Dionakra, the bricks represent space crystals that Tony, an galactic dustbin man, has to clean up.

There's different kind of bricks, each kind giving a certain score and requiring a certain amount of hits. Plenty of extras that have either a positive or negative effects exists. There's extras that change the size of the pad or the ball, increases the amount of balls, slows down or speed up the ball, adds a laser gun or makes the ball explosive. The player starts out with a number of lives. When all has been used, it's game over. The game has a total of 50 levels.


Dionakra Windows My pad have grown and I'm getting lots of extras.
Dionakra Windows Starting out with the first level.
Dionakra Windows Here I've got a thru brick ball.
Dionakra Windows Here, I've got the magnetic field, which allows me to catch the ball and launch it again whenever I wish.

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Gameguru Mania Aug 10, 1999 3 out of 5 60
Bravo Screenfun Apr, 1999 3 out of 6 60
PC Player (Germany) Nov, 1999 55 out of 100 55


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Kabushi (209748) added Dionakra (Windows) on Dec 27, 2008