Break Liner – A super challenging smash hit game you’ll struggle to put down…

Do you enjoy playing challenging games? We do! …or at least, we do to an extent… You see, often developers can go just a little overboard with the difficulty level when making games. Not in Break Liner! …or at least, to some extent…😉

Break Liner is an amazingly difficult game once you reach level 20 or 30. In fact, most players probably won’t ever make it to level 30 in one piece! Luckily, it is one of the easiest games to pick up and play. (If you are starting from level-1 that is…)

Based around a small spaceship, and a colored line, your mission in this game is to smash, (Break) the line with your space ship in order to survive! (Thus the name Break Liner.)

The game is played by tapping on the screen to shoot from one side of the screen to the other smashing through the colored line that splits your screen in two. Each time you do this your rocket will speed up, preventing it from crashing into the bottom of your screen (Game Over) and keeping it alive just a little longer.

Now, at this point, the game should sound pretty simple, and in a sense, it is, only there’s one more obstacle you’ll need to avoid, Red Segments! The colored line that splits your screen in two is made up of 3 main colors, Red, Black and Yellow. Red Segments will instantly kill you if you smash into them, Black segments can’t be broken but won’t kill your player, and Yellow segments can be smashed!

The game is played by smashing through the same number of Yellow segments as your current level (i.e. if you’re on level 5 you will need to smash through 5 segments in order to progress to level 6) making the game challenging yet very simple and easy to understand.

Interested in testing out your gaming skills? With a super simple gameplay system that slowly increases in difficulty the better “you” get, Break Liner is one of the best games we’ve found to truly put your gaming abilities to the test…

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