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Bricks Squasher III

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This game is a sequel of the Bricks Squasher series. The aim of the game is the same, you shoot balls to destroy the bricks. In this version of the game, you don't need to catch the balls when they return from above, it is automatic and you never loss any balls. But then the bricks will fall down gradually and you need to destroy them before they reach the bottom. The numbers on the bricks indicate the number of times they need to be hit before they are destroyed. You can also shoot the balls to get power ups so that you fire more balls each time. It is important to get as many power ups as possible so that you fire more balls each time you shoot, and also to select the shooting angle to hit as many bricks as possible.
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