Android Game: Brick Escape

Can you survive the falling bricks? Brick Escape is a fun, Single run high score game where your goal is to survive the falling bricks as far as possible.use the buttons on the bottom of screen to move left or right and escape those bricks. Create massive scores and compete with your friends.

Category: Arcade | Views: 586 | Reviews: 4 | Added: 2015-05-14

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App features

  • Choosable Background
  • Choosable Background Music
  • No in app purchases
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2015-06-18 09:09:25: Your recipe and <a href="">inunrsctiots</a> are great however I cane28099t seem to get this right. Something so easy shouldne28099t be this difficult Batch 1 e28093No feet, lost their brilliant purple color and browned. Very brittle on the outside and sticky on the inside. They were glossy on the bottom. Only a couple of them cracked. I determined that they were slightly under mixed and that the temperature of my oven was too high at 150C.Batch 2 e28093 They were really cutee280a6e280a6feet make a difference! But again they lost their brilliant purple color and browned. Less brittle/crispy on the outside and still sticky on the inside. These too were glossy on the bottom. None of them cracked. This time around I reduced the oven by 10 degrees. I took them out of the oven when they were still brilliant purple but they were not cooked as I couldne28099t get them off the tray. They would stick on the bottom and fall apart from the top. I put them back in the oven for a few more minutes but then they browned top and bottom . I also used the weight measurements instead. They did turn out better than batch 1 but nothing like the store bought ones that I buy. The ones I buy a very yummy, a tad crisp on the outside and cake like on the inside and oh, yes very expensive.Two trays baking is not working for me. Can I bake them in the middle of my oven, one tray at a time and if so at what temperature?Would adding more almond flour make them less glossy on the bottom and less sticky on the inside and give them that cake like texture. I think the weight measurements work out better as I wasne28099t sure how much to pack the cups (the more packed the cup is the more almond meal and sugar you get in the cup).I didne28099t fill any of the shells and put them in the fridge (so that I can compare the batches). Would filling them change the texture of them after they had time to settle?Not sure if either of my batches are safe to eat does sticky mean they are not cooked on the inside?Any help you can offer would be appreciated. I really would like to get this right without having to pay an arm and a leg for the store bought ones!

2015-06-16 15:42:34: new entry into Cake of the Week last week. Amy joined us from Cooking,Cakes and Children with this faublous lego cake. I'm desperate to do a funky lego cake but try as I might my girls seem to want other