Tronic is a little Breakout-clone with additional bells and whistles. Goal of the game is to use a racket, controlled by arrow keys or mouse, to hit balls that destroy bricks. When all the bricks for a level have been cleared, the player will advance to a next level.
The racket can fire rockets at any time by using a 'Gigablitz' weapon. To activate it, hold down the 'Alt'-key and wait for an indicator to reach the top. The trick is, in order to use Gigablitz, no balls must hit the racket, or the Gigablitz sequence will be aborted.
When some bricks are hit, they release gadgets that can be collected. Many of them enable more balls on screen, enlarge balls or let you advance to the next level. Beware though, do not collect red-coloured gadgets as they can shrink your racket, invert racket movement or substract points.
Finally Tronic also has a built-in level editor that lets you create, play and save your own Tronic levels.
Tronic is a fun, traditional breakout game in the best tradition of Taito's popular Arkanoid. In this reincarnation of Pong, you use the racket, controlled by the arrow keys or mouse, to hit the balls, which in turn will destroy the bricks. When all the bricks for a level have been cleared, you will advance to the next level. Despite being a standard clone, Tronic features a lot of awesome sound effects and music, multiple levels of play, six different kinds of racket, and a full-featured level editor. The game also has plenty of nice surprises hidden throughout the levels, such as the aliens that appear to shoot you. Nothing fancy or original, but if you're a fan of Pong-style games, give it a shot.
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