BrickAttack is a puzzle game which presents you an oddly formed playfield
(inner field is 5×5 (at easy; 7×7 at normal; 10×10 at hard) and on each side
are 3 rows with each 5 (respectively 7 or 10) bricks attached). The outer rows
can be rotated clockwise.
When you start a game, some bricks are in the center field, now your job is to
shoot bricks from the outer rows into the center field, but only bricks from
upper/lower/left/right of the center bricks can be shot. Each brick in the
center will be marked with an arrow indicating from which side it was started.
Your job is now to combine at least 3 bricks of the same color (total color
amount depends on the difficulty setting, from 5 over 8 to 10). When this
happens, they vanish, you score and possible other bricks, once blocked by
these, will move and fill the gap (or if they were at the outer rows, it will
move into these rows).
Score as much as you can, before the inner field is completely filled with
bricks, and you loose.
As already told, the game offers three difficulty settings and the brick skins
can be customized.