It's simple to grasp but difficult to master: Control the bat with the mouse to knock the ball against the blocks. Clear a level and advance to the next, but drop the ball and you lose a life.
Features: * Colourful full-screen graphics (VGA mode 13h). * Smooth paralax scrolling starfield background. * Written entirely in 8086 assembler for lightning fast gameplay and tiny file size (~5kb). * Compatible with MS-DOS and all desktop versions of Windows. Requires a mouse driver, 0.008MB of RAM.
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