Block Fortress - 1.2
Open Source Breakout Clone
A Breakout game I made during a python summer course.
- 10 levels [NEW!]
- Progress is saved automatically upon quitting
- Indestructible blocks
- Map Editor (Courtesy of Robert Kaufmann - known as Vectovox) [NEW!]
- Extra Balls
- Time Distortion Field - slows down balls that are near paddle
- Double Damage [NEW!]
Yes, it works on Android now! (thanks to Pygame Subset For Android)
Download link for Android (experimental)
There's now a Map Editor. Feel encouraged to contribute maps! =) (email them to me at baxemyr [at] gmail [dot] com)
Numerous other changes.
- Home Page
Block Fortress 1.2 — 3 Dec, 2012
Block Fortress 1.0 — 3 Nov, 2012
Block Fortress 1.1 — 6 Nov, 2012
Block Fortress 1.3 — 18 Jan, 2013
Pygame.org account Comments
Mich Nannings 2012-11-03 15:24:30
Looks nice. The paddle and the ball are very responsive. Maybe the ball is going to fast for some people.
Did you do the gfx yourself?
josmiley 2012-11-04 09:45:38
great job !
spacemax 2012-11-09 23:41:50
Beautiful graphics. Adds some sounds and please the keyboard feature
phelerox 2012-11-10 15:07:46
Thanks for the feedback! Please elaborate on what you mean with keyboard feature? I have two guesses. First is steering the paddle with arrow keys, the second is having the ability to type in playername ingame instead of playername.txt. I suppose my first guess is the most likely! :)
drknexus 2012-11-11 22:47:22
Only played a few levels, but game play felt very smooth and responsive. Would be nice to have some more backgrounds for different levels and more varied power ups.
FireTech 2012-11-25 17:34:16
Great game. I love it when great games are posted here and then people can download them and play with one or two clicks. I love it and play it a lot. only problem ever found is sometimes it takes a few minutes to get up and come back down.
feeling 2012-12-13 12:44:50
Is it real python!!? ah... i have a lot of things to study ..
Thank you ! because i can play this game
and english is hard.
Nick 2013-01-26 05:37:12
holy crap. you display the true potential of the pygame framework. You have completed a fun, and professional-looking game all within pygame. And the graphics are great.