Gale writes -"I don’t believe I’ve ever seen a gamer that truly dislikes Arkanoid and/or Breakout titles. There’s something magically attractive about the legendary gameplay mechanic that consists of destroying numerous tiles with a paddle-propelled ball that bounces back and forth like a confused meerkat between two holes. Yes, I’m aware that the comparison sucks, bear with me. Ionball 2 takes this system and ups the ante several times. But let us take a look at the inner workings of this game before focusing on the gameplay itself."