Best Breakout clone ever?

Breakquest, apparently. It sounds like fun.

(And ooh, a whole site dedicated to physics games.)

(Via Robot Wisdom, the now-defunct impenetrable site of wonder.)

Update: Thanks to Ogi Djuraskovic for pointing out that Robot Wisdom is gone. He has written about Jorn Barger, the man behind Robot Wisdom, here.

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  1. Trapezoid wrote:

    Best game should be the most fun, and breakquest isn’t. The real deal is not in physics, but in game play. Physics is just a fad. The game play is important. Me, I like Riotball. Insanely addictive, esp if you like fast arcadey games (I do!)

    Posted 24 Nov 2008 at 1:05

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