|Mode(s)||Single-player, Multiplayer (Two players)|
Nervous Brickdown (known as SuperLite 2500 Brickdown  and published by Success in Japan) is a breakout clone video game developed by the French team Arkedo Studio and published by Eidos Interactive for the Nintendo DS.
The game features three different modes: Arcade, which is a succession of levels set in 10 different worlds; Multi, which allows up to two players to play the game together, and Shuffle, which chooses five levels randomly for the player to play.
The game has won the "best portable console game for 2007" award from the Festival du Jeu Vidéo (an annual video gaming festival set up in Paris).
- Breakout clone — list of Breakout clones
- (French) Arkedo website
- An interview conducted by a French video game journalist during the development of Nervous Brickdown (French)
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