It’s Toy Blast time! The ultimate matching puzzle game played by millions of users every day!
Match the cubes of the same color and combine boosters for huge explosions to blast your way through thousands of levels!
Fun is at the tip of your fingers, with the most fascinating puzzles you will ever solve!
There are countless possibilities, and your talent in solving puzzles will be key in mastering Toy Blast.
Experience the greatest adventures through infinite episodes in the most colorful lands of the Toy World.
● Unique and simple gameplay - just tap the matching cubes
● +1500 puzzles, easy and fun to play but challenging to master
● Fun events every day: Star Tournament, Crown Rush, Level-Up Challenge
● Star Chest - open and win amazing rewards as you progress through levels
● Legends Arena, where you can compete with the best players
● Daily prizes from the spin wheel
● Dozens of adorable characters and toys to keep you company on your adventure
● Numerous boosters and powerful combos to help you solve puzzles
● Leaderboards to compete with your friends and players all over the world
It's time for a noir new update!
- PLAY 20 NEW LEVELS! The private detective Mister Toy, who is hired to figure out the mastermind behind the recent disappearing of toys, is about to find himself caught up in a web of deceit, corruption, silliness and breathtaking cube blasting action! Make sure to play these awesome levels to solve this film-noir mystery.
Be sure to update to the current version of Toy Blast for the newest content.
In every 2 weeks, we bring new episodes and levels. Come and join the fun!
Ratings and Reviews
It's not bad
So it's not a bad game but there are some problems. Not with the programming or anything but the algorithms used to calculate the direction of the rockets. As you get further into the game you start to get fewer and fewer moves to the point where you need to be extremely lucky or buy stuff. It consistently asks if you want to buy coins I don't really mind that that much but if you don't like that then this game isn't for you. Now about the rockets, you combine five or more blocks of a certain color you get a rocket is says "random" but I have been counting the rockets and put together a graph real quick of the rockets. Depending on the level and the nature of the objective you may desperately need a vertical rocket but nine out of ten of them are going to be horizontal if you need a horizontal you get a vertical. If your down to your last few moves and you have the opportunity to get a rocket and win the level if it is a certain direction, 14 out of 15 times it's going to be the opposite direction. I found that the math in the app used to determine direction purposely gives you the opposite direction to push you into buying more coins, which can become extremely frustrating when you reach higher levels and it takes you three or four days to beat one level. Other then this if you looking for a casual gaming experience this game isn't bad (I downloaded to play at work when times are slow). This game isn't bad though
I would give it a zero rating if I could
I am getting tired of games that have in game purchases for limited use items, then adjust the “randomness” to minimize useful moves as players progress through the game. This game represents a trend that only allows reasonable progress by purchasing “useful” aids to complete a level.
I have surveyed several pay as you play games and find that, in general, the MO of these games is consistent, start simple and make winning higher levels nearly impossible without purchasing additional aids. It’s time for consumers to boycott games that rely on this mechanism to generate income, as it leads to a no-win situation. I would rather pay for a well crafted game that allows the player to use their skill rather than download a “free” game that stacks the odds against the player as a means of generating income. Really, it’s time to send a message to the vendors of these type of income generating games by boycotting their products.
Finally, I resent the use of advertising that misrepresents the nature of a game by showing levels that do not exist in their downloaded app. In my mind that is a type of bait and switch that has been declared illegal for other consumer goods. I do believe that it is time for the bait and switch laws to be applied to software just as it is for other consumer products.
Love this game
I love this game! The levels are not too hard. I’ve beaten all of them in a reasonable time and actually get frustrated when they are too easy. I played through all the levels so while I’m waiting for more to be added I go back to get three stars on all levels which I’m currently on level 810. I say this only to let those who say they are stuck for 3 weeks know that it is very very possible and the problem is NOT the game. The reason I only give it 4 stars is because they took away my map and because I hate waiting 2 weeks for new levels that seem easier than levels 600 games ago. My other frustration is when I use one of the power ups I have to choose before I start a game, it chooses where it goes and ALWAYS puts it in the most unhelpful place. Most of the time they end up not helping and just get wasted. If I’ve earned a power up, I should get to use it how I want. After all, the power ups are supposed to be helpful.
Yes the random rockets are not random. I agree that they almost always go the exact opposite way you need them. I always try to combine the rocket with the tnt just to make it go the way I need it to. Overall, I love the game!!
- Peak Games
- 331.9 MB
- Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish, Turkish
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2015 Peak Games
- In-App Purchases
- 25 Coins $0.99
- 140 Coins $4.99
- Tiny Coin Pack $1.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.