Atari breakout is a very easy game to play. It was designed by a non-microprocessor game which was designed by Nolan Bushnell, Steve Wozniak, and Steve Bristow.
The original version was very short and simple. All of the versions from time to time had the same rule. The game began with eight rows of blocks; each two rows had different colors. The order of the colors from bottom up was yellow, green, orange and red. It had only two screens of blocks. The latest version has more fun with lots of differences with different difficulties.
In the original version, yellow blocks earn one point for each, green blocks earn three points, orange blocks earn five points and the top-level red blocks score seven points for each, while in the latest version, all of the blocks earn 100 points, moreover, if the ball hits the falling blocks, you will earn more points. Therefore, when playing the original version, the achievable highest score that players could reach was 896 points done by eliminating scores from two screens of blocks worth 448 points. On the other hand, the score that players can reach is unlimited, because the more falling blocks make players hit, the higher the score obtains.
However, the original version had more interesting options than the latest version we are playing. With the original version, players could play in two-player mode. Playing in this mode, players could get higher score. Furthermore, it seems to be the most exciting is that players could compete with their friends.