A ball and paddle game with three gameplay modes: Brick Walls, Falling Walls, and Super Blast. All three modes can be played by one player, two players, one human and the computer, or just the computer. The paddles can be controlled by keyboard, mouse, or joystick. Brick Walls and Falling Walls are the same as in Moraff's Blast. The real story is Super Blast. Instead of scoring points, your goal is to complete each level by hitting the tunnel to the next level. In addition to the blocks from Blast (catch, stop catch, bigger paddle, shrink paddle, speed ball, slow ball, split into four balls, one up, vertically striped blocks that take two hits, horizontally striped balls that take many hits), there are now one way blocks that the ball can only pass through while going up or down, blocks that create new blocks, blocks that move when hit, blocks that split the ball into eight balls, and 2-Ups. The game is broken into difficulty levels. The shareware version has Easy Super Blast and Medium Super Blast, which have 17 screens each. Registered users originally received Moraff's Super Blast II, which has 200 new screens, and later received Moraff's Super Blast III, which has 384 new screens.
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|Moraff's Super Blast I "5/8/93" Shareware (72,443 bytes)||13 May 1993||DOS|
|Moraff's Super Blast I "9/25/92" Shareware (67,401 bytes)||25 September 1992||DOS|
|Moraff's Super Blast v1.7 Shareware (64,558 bytes)||29 April 1992||DOS|
|Moraff's Super Blast v1.6 Shareware (60,574 bytes)||24 March 1992||DOS|
|Moraff's Super Blast v1.1 Shareware (87,900 bytes)||19 October 1991||DOS|
|Moraff's Super Blast v1.0 Shareware (91,847 bytes)||4 December 1990||DOS|
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