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IonBallEX is this week's Xbox Live game

Last week, WPCentral broke the news that IronSun Studios’ IonBallEX (yes, the developer is averse to spaces) would be coming to Xbox Live. We just didn’t expect it so soon! IonBallEX is this week’s Xbox Live release.

IonBallEX is an Arkanoid-style game in which players use a paddle and ball to break bunches of bricks. This game is more interesting than many of its brethren thanks to its darkly futuristic setting, a wide variety of block types and power-ups, lots of enemies and bosses to fight, and its experience system. Plus it’s a sequel to an indie game, which we don’t often see on Xbox Live. For more details and screenshots, check out our preview.

IonBallEX (boy I’d rather type that as Ion Ball EX) comes out on Wednesday, August 17 and will cost $2.99. Brick-breaking fans won’t want to miss it.

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selfcreation says:

this game is AWSOME!! im glad they ported it over to Xbox live titles , i been playing it from the start :) ( i just hope it doesnt get pulled , lol )

Dark Mirage says:

That was... Wow. That was damn fast.Looks pretty good. Nice that there's another exclusive to look forward to.