By Kieffer Bros.
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There is a place with lots of blocks. It's called Blockwick
The blocks here are all different shapes and colors and have mysterious symbols on them. Everything is mixed up, but when you place same-colored blocks next to each other, their symbols glow! Organize the blocks to bring light and order to this world.
Blockwick 101 introduces the fundamentals of this colorful block-sliding world. You get over 40 unique puzzles not found in the full version.
From the creators of Aqueduct, Orba, and Monster Soup comes an intriguing new slider-puzzle called Blockwick.
very challenging and interesting
for me, these puzzles break down into "solve it in a few seconds" or "I will need at least twelve hours to think it over." that's good, because the game is addictive, but not life-devouringly addictive.
the UI and graphics are nice to look at, but not distracting. the music's not bad, but you can listen to your own music instead if you want. and this is just the free version! compared to other games, it's incredible, just the sheer number of times where this game could have done something stupid, aggravating, or tacky, but instead made a good decision and treated the player right.
the people who made this should be proud of themselves. they've done a great job.
Simple and stimulating. Well done! Puzzles are challenging enough to make you think, yet can be completed quickly enough that you don't get frustrated or bored. I would estimate 2-5 minutes per puzzle. I love that this game has zero instructions. It's simple enough not to need them. I did find it surprising that the puzzles didn't really seem to increase in difficulty, or at least not very much. Perhaps that is different with the full version? Not sure i will splurge on that, though, since I was through with this one so quickly. (Under 2 hrs rocking a fussy baby.)
I Love This Freaking Game
I barreled through it hungrily in like a day (because I couldn't stop playing it, not because it's too easy). Then as fast as my fingers could carry me, I raced back to the app store to throw my money at them and beg for the full version now pleeeease (and they're actually two completely separate packs of unique puzzles for the most part, so it was absolutely worth it).
Seriously, this soothes something in me deeply, that perhaps craves a certain type of disordered order. Yes. I said that. That sweetness of control, with very specific caveats. Imposed boundaries, but with this delicious, loose sort of freedom.
Beautiful and smooth and so responsive. Highly recommend. :D
(Note: I can't comment on the sound effects or music tho because I haven't heard 'em. Silence is my m.o. these days. Just fyi.)
- Category: Games
- Released: Dec 12, 2012
- Version: 1.0
- Size: 9.7 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Kieffer Bros., LLC
- © 2012 Kieffer Bros., LLC
Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.