DX-Ball is a brick-breaking game that has been earning fans since 1996 for its simple yet addictive game play. Michael P. Welch originally designed it for his wife, so that she could finally play something on the PC that was similar to her all-time favorite game, Megaball, on the Amiga computer. It was created as a labor of love, and unassumingly released as a freeware game. Since then, DX-Ball has been a phenomenon that defies explanation. Everyone in the family will enjoy DX-Ball, even people who don't play games. Try the game that has been invading living rooms, schools, and dorms for the past 6 years.
What's new in DX-Ball
Version 1.1 adds the following:
Added support for running the game at default system resolution
Fixed some bugs that have been exposed by the release of Jaguar OS X 10.2
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