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Strikey Sisters

You Messed with the Wrong Sisters

Reviewed by: Andrew "Architect of Apocalypse" | Twitter | Jun 9, 2017

Five enemies on screen, projectiles shooting across the room, falling coins, deflect, dodge,power up, GO STRIKEY SISTERS!!

  • Review Play Time: 13.3 hours
  • Price: $12.99 (CAD)

so far... I got $0.98/Hour* of fantastical diversion

*Based on updated Steam total play time.

Game Flow

  • Set out on an adventure to save your dog
  • Select stage from world map
  • Brick-break blocks
  • Collect coins and power-ups
  • Defeat enemies with Magic attacks
  • Destroy a Boss
  • Reach the final boss
  • Rescue your puppy


  • Arcade style brick breaker game
  • Adorable pixel-art graphics
  • Classic Synth Soundtrack
  • 2 player couch co-op
  • Lots of different enemies, areas, and bosses
  • Magic attacks and power ups for player and brick breaker ball
  • Plays well on keyboard and Xbox controller
All Likes


  • Graphics are not as smooth in full screen
  • Cheesy dialog in cutscenes
  • The brick breaker ball can be slow at times
  • Hard to direct the brick breaker ball
All Dislikes

The Final Word

Brick breaker games have been around for a long time but you've never seen them like this before, welcome to Strikey Sisters.

From the get-go your strong attack will be your best friend. It will break bricks faster and reflect projectiles. Enemies will drop power ups and respawn until every brick has been destroyed. Power ups will come pouring down the screen, ranging from freezing enemies, lighting attacks, fire balls, bombs, and more. Not only will you need to collect power ups, but bricks will also drop coins which are needed to unlock treasure chests containing keys for secret levels and a monster catching ability. There is a cutscene and boss battle every 4 stages which are even more frantic and fun. Don't worry, missing your ball or getting hit 3 times only makes you restart the stage. The retro synth soundtrack fits perfectly with the charming pixel-art style.

DYA Games has done a fantastic job revamping an old time classic into a modern day action arcade brick-break breakout!

Worth it?


Reviewed by: Andrew "Architect of Apocalypse" | Twitter | Jun 9, 2017