Blek is a unique game about imagination and personality. Everything you draw keeps moving – and watching your creations move is like watching magic.
The goal is simple: shape a line that collects all colored circles avoiding black holes on its route. There are no specific moves that you need to master. To every level countless solutions exist, from delightfully simple to exceptionally deep and complex, yet always elegant.
----- Articles & Commentaries -----
"... one of the year’s best" ~ The New York Times
"The Most Brilliant iPad Game I've Played All Year." ~ Kotaku
"One of the greatest joys of Blek is experimenting with your approach." ~ WIRED
"It’s the sort of game you’d want to put on a space probe: when the aliens play it, they’ll take a liking to us right away." ~ The New Yorker
"Wonderful experience" ~ Pocket Gamer
"Blek is a thing of elegant, intuitive beauty" ~ Edge
----- Awards -----
• Apple Design Award
• Best Mobile Game - Casual Connect Europe, Amsterdam
• Excellence in Innovation - International Mobile Gaming Awards
• Best Game - Content Award Vienna
iPhone X support
Ratings and Reviews
If you can doodle, you can play this one-of-a-kind Apple Design Award winner. Just draw a line—any line—and watch it spring to life across the screen, following your gestures to collect colored dots and avoid black holes. But as the holes form increasingly elaborate obstacles, only the most ingenious doodles will do. With endless solutions to every challenge, it’s a stylish, supremely satisfying test of your creativity and puzzle-solving prowess.
Bought just to hear the sound when you hit the black dots.
After reading several reviews about the sound when you hit the black dots, for $0.99 I had to hear it for myself (and I’ve grown to like drawing games).
This is a unique game from other similar games. You don’t draw a line to connect the dots and the lines don’t model physics and fall like they do in other drawing games, rather, they repeat. It creates a pattern. If you draw a squiggle then your squiggle will repeat the same motion AND the same angle. It bounces only if you “bounce” it when you are drawing. If you draw a straight line it moves in the direction like a worm until you hit all the colored circles or until it goes off screen or... hits the black dots. It’s unique and challenging but also relaxing fun.
So, what IS this awful sound that everyone complains about? Admittedly, I turned the sound down too but I don’t find it as off-putting as some. I think it’s the uncanny-valley style weirdness that makes it so disconcerting more than the sound itself. It sounds like several sounds mixed and it changes. There is a small “plink” sound in one with a light negative tone chime in another and similar sounds in others. The part that makes it “annoying” though is the overlay (I suppose that’s what you would call it?) of a female-sounding voice saying “ooh” or what sounds like “ay-oh” Or “ohhh” - but each sound is mixed with something so it’s hard to say exactly what it really sounds like.
This game is actually a lot of calm fun. I’m on the train playing it right now. The only negative thing I can say is, what is that sound effect when going into black holes? It is annoying. The sound heard when hitting colored dots is pleasant though. At least find a way to allow customers to mute only the back dot sound effect or something. Other than that, thanks for a good game.
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.