This is a mysterious and probably unfinished game, a Breakout clone
with appealing graphics, but with no scores and only a single level,
though the colored tiles are placed randomly each game. If you lose all
your three balls, new ones keep popping up; if you clear the level,
nothing special happens either.
There is no help menu or about box, only if you look inside the
executable you find the string
Brick – a breakout game, copyright 1990
by Curt Johnson. The window bar, however, shows the name Bricks, while
the executable is again named BRICK.EXE.
But mysteries and unfinishedness aside, Brick(s) is a very well done
and within its limits entertaining game. Not astonishing, for unless
there were two Curt Johnsons writing Windows games around 1990, it was
created by the co-author of one of the most popular games of all times,