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- Simple, addictive, fun and easy to learn.
- Tons of cool power-ups to get and power-downs to avoid.
- It's completely free.
- It's not the most original game out there.
- Luck oftentimes plays a huge factor in your success.
- It can get difficult to hit specific blocks when you need to.
Dx Ball Fast Facts
- DX-Ball was released all the way back in 1996.
- The game was the independently-made project of Michael P. Welch.
- Other games under the DX-Ball banner include DX-Ball 2, Super DX-Ball, Rival Ball and Rival Ball Tournament.
- Michael Welch later went on to form his own game development company, BlitWise Productions. Games that the company has made include Pocket Tanks and Neon Wars.
- DX-Ball is available for free on PC.
- DX-Ball has been downloaded from CNET over six hundred thousand times and has a place on their Top 10 Arcade Games list.
- The original DX-Ball game attracted the attention of Longbow Digital Arts, which developed the majority of its sequels.
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