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Breakout 2000

Released December 1, 1996 · consists of 1 releases.

A modern interpretation of Atari's Breakout. The field of bricks is depicted from a slanted 3D view that allows for stacks of bricks to fill the gaps left behind by those the player destroys.

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Breakout 2000

First release date December 1, 1996
Platform Jaguar
Developer MP Games
Publisher Telegames, Inc.
Genre Block-Breaking
Theme Abstract
Franchises Breakout
Aliases

Overview

Breakout 2000 is a 1996 Atari Jaguar reinvention of Atari's 1976 Arcade hit Breakout. It follows similar re-imagined Atari games like Defender 2000, Missile Command 3D and Tempest 2000. As with its Arcade antecedent, the player must destroy all the bricks on the screen by knocking a ball around with a paddle that is stuck to the bottom of the screen.

Breakout 2000 takes elements from Breakout successors like Arkanoid such as indestructible blocks, blocks that require more than one hit before they can be destroyed and power-ups, some of which are detrimental "power-downs". It also introduces brick stacks: bricks that sit on top of each other that fall into the spots left behind when the brick on the bottom of the stack is eliminated.

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Specific release details

Breakout 2000
Breakout 2000
Platform Jaguar
Region United States
Developer
Publisher Telegames, Inc.
Release date N/A
Product code None
Company code J9093E
Rating
Minimum Players 1
Maximum Players N/A
Resolutions N/A
Sound Systems N/A
Single player Features N/A
Multi player Features N/A
Widescreen Support No
Notes N/A

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