BreakQuest Bundle Now Available

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Beatshapers, a game development studio located in Kiev, Ukraine, have announced that their BreakQuest Bundle is now available on the Playstation Store in North America, Europe and PAL territories. The BreakQuest Bundle includes two games, BreakQuest, a 2009 Playstation Mini, and its sequel, BreakQuest Extra Evolution. The bundle is priced at €4.49 / £3.69. BreakQuest Extra Evolution is available separately for €3.99 / £3.49 in Europe.

BreakQuest can be described as a game that has a focus on breaking blocks, like Arkaniods. The bundle will feature over two hundred interactive physics action-packed levels and both games soundtracks for your listening pleasure, presumably during the game. You can check out the trailer for BreakQuest Extra Evolution below. If you want to buy the soundtracks to listen to while you travel or workout, you can purchase them at Bandcamp for $2.99.

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