Summary: What a weird... well crafted... Okay, I'm dazzled. This game is awesome! Maybe one of the best OST ever! Don't even hesitate, this is a must have. After one hour, you'll be addicted. The gameplay is brilliant, clever... But I stop right there. For me, that's a new Tetris.
Summary: Stunning graphics, awesome soundtrack and clever/innovative game mechanisms make the brick-breaker genre reinvented. Enemies are usually dropping lives when you're about to die and the continue option helps sustain the fun so you never quit rage, having to restart all over again. Different bosses and bonus stages break the continuity that would make the game too repetitive.
Summary: Shatter is good clean arcade fun. It's very easy to just pick up and play. It has a lot of similar elements to Arkanoid, however, I probably wouldn't recommend it to Arkanoid fans because it's not nearly challenging enough. Any decent player will beat the arcade mode within five hours of gameplay. Still, it's a great game for when casual gamers come by. The music and visuals also Shatter is good clean arcade fun. It's very easy to just pick up and play.
Summary: Arkanoid clone where you can "suck" or "blow" objects around the arena. Although there are many game modes and a lengthy campaign I don't feel this has much replay value considering the base game doesn't introduce anything new besides the physics mechanic. Nothing special apart from the music; I wouldn't recommend it to outsiders of the genre.
Summary: Shatter may seem like one of those lame, brick-breaking games that you've played a million times before; but it's not. It has so many extra features, like boss battles, awesome power-ups, and even different angles to play at. It even has some of the most awesome music I've ever heard in a game. Definitely worth it, if you get it, you won't regret it!
Summary: An innovative approach to the Breakout formula with great gameplay, decent graphic and an awesome soundtrack. The only thing that bothers me is that their leaderboard isn't independent of Steam, which reduces the replay value for me. Otherwise, I would have considered it the best puzzle game in years.
Summary: I bought Shatter on the PSN more than a year ago. As I write this, Steam is selling Shatter with its soundtrack for $2.87. I am gladly paying for it again. You can't ask for more from the genre.
Summary: Shatter is one of those games that might slip through generations, as the Breakout/Arkanoid formula has all but disappeared from the gaming landscape. But as modern remakes of classics like Galaga, Pac Man, and Space Invaders have shown, these titles can be successfully updated while remaining their core gameplay.
Summary: This game may look like it's just "Breakout", but it's so much more. They add in a lot of different elements - different kinds of bricks and balls, power ups, even excellent boss battles. The music is also some excellent electonica (they sell it separately on their site). The effect of the graphics and music together is mesmerizing, it's a pretty entrancing experience.