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SockOut! for Windows CE




Handheld PC, Palm-size PC


SockOut is a "breakout"-style game in which you use a paddle to keep a ball in play while knocking out bricks to accumulate points.

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About SockOut!

SockOut is a "breakout"-style game in which you use a paddle to keep a ball in play while knocking out bricks to accumulate points. When the ball "falls" past the paddle, it is lost and you lose a life. When your supply of lives is exhausted, the game is over. With 25 unique designs of levels and a variety of randomly placed "fun bricks", SockOut offers constant new challenges.

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  • Windows CE pen-based action game.
  • Great colors for color HPC's
  • Cool sound effects
  • Speed control
  • 25 exciting levels of brick layouts
  • A variety of randomly placed "fun bricks" (some helpful, some destructive).
  • Top scores saved in "Hall of Fame"
  • Compatible with SH3 and MIPS handhelds


Paddle : Moves along the bottom of the play area and is the controlled by moving the HPC's pen left and right within the play area.

Ball : Launched from the paddle by pressing the space bar or "double-tapping" the pen on the display. The ball will shoot up to hit a brick and rebound. Hitting a regular brick causes that brick to be removed and gives you 5 points.

Score Area : Shows the current score, number of lives left and the level currently being played. When all of the bricks are removed from the screen, a new level is displayed and the user gets an additional life. The first level of a new game is always the "Base" level (3 rows of bricks). Every level after the first is randomly selected.

Controls : Sound can be turned on and off by checking/unchecking the sound box. Help and information (such as the Hall of Fame Top Scores and Fun Brick identifiers) as well as setting ball-speed can be accessed by pressing the "Info & Help" button.

Standard Bricks : When the ball hits a standard brick, it is removed and the user earns 5 points.

Fun Bricks : There are 14 different Fun Bricks (see Fun Bricks Help screen below). Hitting a Fun Brick can be good or bad for the user, depending on the brick. Fun Bricks are randomly placed in the brick area (some levels have specific Fun Bricks added also).



Product System Requirements

Storage: 180K - 200K, depending on selected components
Processor: SH3 and MIPS
Operating System: Windows CE, Windows CE 2.0


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