Shatter, the Arkanoid-styled block breaking game released to the PlayStation Network in 2009, is coming to iPad devices, according to a post from Sidhe Interactive co-founder Mario Wynands on NeoGAF.
The block destruction title launches on iPads early next year. The game is being developed by Sidhe Interactive and published by PikPok, a smartphone and tablet publisher known best for Flick Kick Football and Bird Strike.
In Shatter, users use a paddle and ball to destroy blocks in each level. Players can additionally suck or blow away objects which, once broken, release shards that can be collected to charge a power-up bar.
In addition to a PSN release, Shatter can also be found on PC and Mac.