Many people say level 16 is the most difficult BrickBreaker level, but I think this level is even harder! Of course, it can still be beaten.
I like to start the ball one click to the right. When the ball bounces off the lowest row of unbreakable bricks, hit a slighly angled shot off the right edge of your paddle. The ball should deflect off the right wall and redirect through the small gap into the middle of the level.
Sometimes the ball will bounce around and up to the top of the board through one of the higher gaps. But often, the ball will bounce back down to the bottom of the board through either the left or right gap. You need to watch the ball carefully and be ready to move quickly to intercept the ball depending on which gap it goes through.
If the ball does fall back down to your paddle, first get it under control. Then there are two ways to get it back to the top of the level. The first it to ricochet the ball off the right or left walls and back through one of the openings, like I described above for the starting move. The other approach is to maneuver your paddle so it’s touching the right wall, then hit a slightly angled shot off the left side of your paddle that goes straight up through the gap. Of course, the same idea applies if you are touching the left wall — just hit a slightly angled shot off the right side of your paddle.
There are no capsules on this level.