Time Breaker was available as a giveaway on December 31, 2006!
A giant sea serpent lashes at the screen. A majestic Pharaoh dances like an Egyptian. A helicopter spins and whirls in three-dimensional space. The detail on the chopper is so extreme, you can see through its window and into its cockpit. Like a mad scientist’s fusion of Magic Ball and Hyperballoid, Timebreaker features jaw-dropping 3D animated levels. Your mission: Smash them into smithereens with your ball and paddle.
In addition to eye-popping visuals, Timebreaker offers a collection of unique bonuses, including a gravity power-up that gives you control of where the ball goes and a helper droid who’s as cute as he is useful. What’s more, the game is tailored for players of all skill levels; whether you’re a novice or an expert, Timebreaker will entertain and challenge you.
Windows 98/SE/2000/ME/XP, Pentium 800MHz, 128MB RAM, DirectX8 or later, Direct3D Video Card
Featuring a stunning degree of visual detail and as much brick-bashing fun as we could cram into one release, Magic Ball 3 has changed Breakout games forever. The task before you is challenging. It's also filled with incredible sights and sounds!
Turtix didn't know what would happen when he tried casting a powerful spell without the supervision of his teacher. When he lost control of the magic and it shattered an amulet that maintained peace and harmony throughout his world, he thought the worst had happened. Then he learned dark forces had invaded five islands and kidnapped all of the young turtles from the School of Magic! Determined to set things right, the brave and commendable Turtix set out to rescue his friends and collect the scattered pieces of the amulet.
On April 14, 1912, the ill-fated RMS Titanic struck an iceberg in the Atlantic Ocean. Within hours, the majestic steamship, along with hundreds of passengers, lay in a watery grave deep beneath the surface. As a member of the Hidden Expedition Adventure League, you're responsible for exploring the ruins of the once majestic ocean liner and collecting artifacts for the Titanic Museum.