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Tuesday, June 06, 2006
HAMU is a Breakout game by Thin which bears some resemblance to Nurium Games' BreakQuest. Hitting blocks with the ball will cause them to spin out of their places, simulating gravity to a certain extent.

Levels are not numbered, instead named according to it's general theme. Missing power-ups and slightly erratic animation are two minor drawbacks to an otherwise decent effort.

Name: HAMU
Developer: Thin
Category: Breakout
Type: Flash
Size: 1MB
Anonymous Anonymous said at 6/03/2006 09:14:00 PM:  
Pretty nice from a stylistic point of view, and the gameplay's nice too. Still, it inspired me to go make a breakout game. Er, another one. A better one.