Simple 1500 Series Vol. 14: The Block Kuzushi

Simple 1500 Series Vol. 14: The Block Kuzushi

Block Kuzushi (also released as Simple 1500 Series Vol. 14 - The Block Kuzushi) is a breakout-style game that can be played by one player through a series of levels, or by two players in cooperative or VS modes. The game was followed up by a sequel,...

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Name Simple 1500 Series Vol. 14: The Block Kuzushi
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The Block Kuzushi
Japan
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Block Kuzushi
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Platform Sony Playstation
Release Date August 12, 1999
Game Type Released
ESRB
Developers Tamsoft
Publishers D3 Publisher
Genres Action
Max Players 2
Cooperative Yes
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Community Rating: 3.33
Total Votes: 3
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Video Link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-BiyN7G5s8Y
Overview
Block Kuzushi (also released as Simple 1500 Series Vol. 14 - The Block Kuzushi) is a breakout-style game that can be played by one player through a series of levels, or by two players in cooperative or VS modes. The game was followed up by a sequel, Block Kuzushi 2, which was also re-released as part of the Simple 1500 series of budget titles in Japan. Block Kuzushi 2 was later used as the base engine for the European game Block Buster, although with different graphics and a completely different set of levels. The game offers some interesting special moves like the one in which you can hit the ball with effect pressing a buttom. There are 3 different game modes: Attack mode, Endless mode & VS mode. With roots in the classic Breakout game from a few decades ago, Block Kuzushi continues where Arkanoid left off and updates the theme with colorful jewels to hit in addition to the standard rows of bricks. During the course of play, weapon upgrades may be picked up such as multiple balls, shooting power and other brick bashing powerups. Roaming objects on-screen may deflect your ball so watch out for surprise changes in trajectory when these nuisances are afoot. 60 levels of cleverly designed boards (and some not so clever ones) should hold your attention for a few hours.
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