Laserbreak is a “no nonsense” puzzle game, which is not to say that it is not fun – on the contrary, it is fun and highly addictive. If you like puzzle games like Volt, XON, and Unmechanical – the latter which we featured here a while back – then Laserbreak should be right up your alley.
The premise is simple. Use your laser beam to interact with random objects in your current level – reflect the beam to shoot it around room, bounce it off multiple surfaces until you hit the target. Sounds simple enough, but the game evolves each level you get through, and it gets cumulatively difficult after every level.
The target is a box with a red X on it, but the levels will be arranged in such a way that you won’t easily be able to get to the target with your beam. “Be creative” is the mantra for this game.
Laserbreak Pro is the paid version of Laserbreak Lite. The pro version costs USD$1.50 and offers you the full game, all 75 levels, plus bonuses and unlockables. The paid version does away with the locked levels, the IAPs and the ads.