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  • Summary: Find something yummy and control the Brick Peoples' destiny. Your mission is to arrange, pile and stack bricks to guide hungry Brick People to the location of tasty fruit!One of the most innovative arcade puzzle games from SEGA has now specially been made for iOS for the whole family to enjoy. The original game combines physical bricks that interact with a projection monitor, merging the digital and physical worlds.Here's how to play: Help your Brick People friends eat the required number of fruit. Build brick structures and steps for them to climb by touching numbered icons in a certain order. Take advantage of becoming familiar with each group of Brick People as they are all different, using their unique personality and movement ability will help you advance to more levels.From time to time, a Brick Monster will cause trouble and create additional obstacles to challenge the Brick People. Overcome these obstacles and gain additional time for future missions. But be careful, don’t run out of time or all bricks you piled will fall at once. Aim for a high ranking as once the game is over, your score will be announced.FeaturesMany Modes, Tons of PlaySingle and competitive multiplayer mode to challenge between two players.Three difficulty levels available: Easy (Sweet Mode), Normal (Bitter Mode) and Hard (Spicy Mode)Build with a BuddyBrick People HD is made for the iPad. Two players can play individual games and compete face to face on the iPad for a real time battle!All Hands on DeckSupports multitouch as players dive into the game with multiple hands and fingerFrantic Fun with Mini ChallengesComplete as many missions in 150 seconds. Gain extra time on the clock by overcoming mini games from the Brick MonsterGame Center - Game OnSee how you stack up with Game Center leaderboard and achievement support Expand
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  1. Oct 5, 2011
    Brick People starts off strong and interesting, but quickly reveals that it's only a one-trick pony.
  2. Oct 6, 2011
    Brick People is high on repetition and noisy spectacle, low on meaningful depth or addictive elements. Kids will embrace it, but it's a shame the gameplay isn't as sticky as the product design. Instead of being a brick flung through the church window of mediocrity, it's just another brick in the wall.
  3. Nov 1, 2011
    Unless you're just dying to play Brick People with someone you're sharing a room with, though, multiplayer doesn't really make up for a lackluster single-player experience.
  4. Oct 7, 2011
    Brick People means well, but it's just not fun to play for more than five minutes. The App Store isn't hurting for fun arcade games, so unless you're a hardcore fan of Sega's arcade scene, let the little guys starve.