**Blockwick 2 is now available. It has 160 puzzles of increasing difficulty with a slew of new specialty blocks—including caterpillar blocks, flip blocks, entangled blocks, and more.**
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.
From the creators of Aqueduct, Orba, and Monster Soup comes an intriguing new slider-puzzle called Blockwick.
Ratings and Reviews
I picked this game up because I was just looking for something to do on my lunch breaks. Now I'm playing any time I have some free time. I went to happy hour with friends from work and I played this game.
One reviewer claimed there were no directions. I don't know what happened there but the directions were very simple and clear when I started.
Move the colored blocks anywhere in the grid where all three can touch. That's it. In later levels you'll get more blocks and more colors. You may only touch colored blocks with like colored blocks.
There will be times where you'll swear that there is no way to get your block where you need it to go but just keep trying. There's always a way.
I never would have thought such a simple idea would be so addicting. It’s been on my phone now for two or three years. I don’t play constantly anymore but I still don’t want to delete it from my phone. This is one of a small number of games that I constantly go back to and enjoy.
And there’s a Blockwick 2!
Very Good Game!
I gotta say... I love this game. I picked it up just to see if it could be a good little pick up and play time waster, but then found that I couldn't put it down.
The mechanics are the basic "parking lot" type where you move blocks around in order to get the proper piece where you need to be, only this time you're trying to get certain pieces to match. As the game ramps up you have to match different types on the same board.
It's wild how many times i thought that the puzzle I was working on was impossible but kept working until i was finally able to solve it. Each level is very well designed and the play is smooth.
The game tries to add a little extra element by hiding a "dot" somewhere on the screen, but this is really not that great. After the first few rounds you move pretty much every piece anyway so finding the dot is not a big deal.
The game could use a time element or possibly a "number of moves" scoring system to get some replay factor. This could work it's way into the Game Center. As it stands now the achievements are pretty weak.
But all in all. It's a great game and one that I kept playing all night long... Just one more level. I highly recommend the free pick up and then getting the rest of the game.
Really fun AND relaxing!
A lot of times the word 'zen' gets thrown around in reviews to describe iOS games. I won't use the word here, but this is a very fun, challenging, and relaxing puzzle game. The levels are all nicely designed so far and take some thought, with nice graphics and New Age ambient sounds. What makes this game relaxing is that there is no time or move limit, you are free to explore and try different moves out. In addition, there rarely is a need to restart levels back to their original places- if one approach doesn't work, you can just try something else without feeling that you have no chance since you veered off from an official solution. Me, my wife, and my mother in law have been absorbed in this game for days Really nice work here!
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