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Filesize: 2 kB
Downloads: 3062
Date added: Oct 23, 2005
Platform: TI-83/+/SE
Language: Basic
File Type: Game
Category: Arcade
Last modified: Oct 23, 2005
TI-83 BASIC Games
TI-83+/SE BASIC Games
TI-83/+/SE BASIC Games
TI-84+/SE BASIC Games

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Rating: 8.5 (Excellent)/10 based on 2 votes.
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Author(s): Patrick

File Description:  Just like BRICK, but better. Read the readme to learn how to unlock this game's TEACHERPROOF features and all other upgrades. If you like BRICK, there is no reason not to download this game, except if you like larger file games with less features. I personally think this is my best (considering size, playablility, and TEACHERPROOF software) game yet.

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Review by: quarter Reviewed on: November 23, 2005 at 01:13:25 AM
Graphics/Interface: 8/10 Better graphics than the original Brick (no annoying white dots)
Playability/Usability: 7/10 It works good, not much more to say
Replay Value/Reuse Value: 8/10 Its a highscore game, so there is no storyline that gets old after you play it once
Controls/Interface: 7/10 Good, nothing special
Overall Value: 9/10 A good game to play if you like Brick
This is a good game to play in class because it has the TEACHERPROOF software. This software allows you to clear the screen in 0 to 2 seconds if a teacher is coming or you need to work a problem. Although you CAN work problems after clearing the screen, do not get a syntax error, for it will stop the program. In addition to all of this, the load screen is faster, the bricks disappear faster, and this program is less than 1/4 the size of Nu's first Brick game. Be sure to read the readme so you know how to get all of this stuff working before you risk getting caught in class.

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