This is a game that's basically against the clock. That doesn't mean that you're going to do when the second counter reaches zero (well, you will because the time is limited to 30 minutes) but your survival will really depend on how long it takes you to destroy all the brick blocks spread around the screen.
Break the blocks with the balls to clear the screen
You surely must remember Arkanoid or at least recall its name. In that title, we had to break the blocks on each level with a ball that we prevented from falling into space by using a platform that we moved left and right at the bottom of the screen. Back then it was a very successful and addictive game.
Well, it looks like BBTAN by 111% is inspired by the latter because our target is to break the blocks by shooting balls at them, and for such purpose, we'll have to make the most of the rebounds to be able to hit as many as possible at the same time. To shoot, simply swipe your finger down, aim, and let go. From there on, it will depend on the angle of the shot, our accuracy, and the resistance of each brick: the latter is indicated on each one of them with a number which means the number of times we have to hit it to break it.
Its approach is simple, addictive and doesn't pursue any specific goal other than entertaining us. All in all, a perfect casual game.
So what happens if we don't manage to break all the bricks? We'll obviously die. We'll have to survive for half an hour making sure that the bricks don't reach the bottom of the screen... similar to what happens in Puzzle Bobble and its bubbles.
All in all, here you have a colorful and attractively designed game that also offers us a secret ball by signing in through Facebook, as well as another 35 balls that we can unlock throughout the game.