Hyperspeed Neon Brick Breaker Drawkanoid to Launch on Steam in 2020

No paddle? No problem! Draw your own and experience explosion-filled block breaking catharsis

Cape Town, South Africa — December 12th, 2019 — Independent developer QCF Design today announced that neon-drenched block breaking game, Drawkanoid, is coming to PC on  Steam in Q1 2020. Drawkanoid features lightning fast action, colorful explosions and ludicrous powerups taking classic brick breaking genre to the next level.

Drawkanoid teaser trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AiKbUyZQvNc

“The concept of Drawkanoid first popped into my head back in 2006 but it took me many years and a worrying number of iterations for it to crystalize into what it is now. It’s finally ready to be released on Steam and I couldn’t be happier about that,” said Danny Day, CEO of QCF Design. “It has hyperspeed, flashy explosions, bullet time and plenty of power ups, with gorgeous visuals to back up the addicting gameplay.”

Bringing back the classic Arkanoid spirit, Drawkanoid takes the good old brick-smashing action and pushes it to the extreme. Players have the freedom to draw the paddle strategically blasting off the supersonic ball that shatters everything into explosion-filled eye candy. Bullet time lets players tactically deploy various power ups and score huge combos, gradually accelerating the speed as players improve. Drawkanoid features multiple game modes, including a tension-mounting race against the clock in Countdown, and a Zen mode to completely zone out in while therapeutically smashing kaleidoscopic patterns to calming chiptunes.

Drawkanoid won NGDC Season III Game of the Year award in 2019.

Follow Drawkanoid on:
Official website: http://www.drawkanoid.com
Steam: https://store.steampowered.com/app/951370/Drawkanoid/

Drawkanoid Teaser Trailer

About QCF Design

Founded in 2007, QCF is an indie developer based in Cape Town, South Africa. The team is mostly known for their critically acclaimed roguelike puzzle game Desktop Dungeons, but has worked on everything from pull-out board games for magazines to educational content for the World Bank Institute. For more information, visit: http://www.qcfdesign.com or follow the developer on @QCFdesign or @dislekcia.