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Block Blast

Game content reviewed byAlex Feigenbaum

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Genre:
Updated:
Oct 02, 2023
Rating:
Rating Star4.3 / 5(259 Votes)
Release :
Aug 21, 2023

Instructions

Click on a group of 2 or more blocks of the same color to destroy them in Block Blast. If you let them reach the top, it's game over.

There are four different modes, and each mode has three different levels. You can get a new high score in every one! We recommend that you start with the easy mode in each setting just to get a feel for how the game works. While they may all look pretty similar, there are still some unique growing pains in every single Block Blast mode. Let’s hop into what the four different modes are.

Default

A row of blocks descends from the top of the square all the way to the bottom. This is the most basic one that is great for players who are brand new to the game.

Sideways

A row of blocks from the left will move to the right. It is basically just the default mode, but rotated 90 degrees. Once you get the default version down, this is a great way to expand your horizons a bit.

Dual

One row from the top of the square will fall, then a row from the bottom will lift up. The dual mode is really when Block Blast starts to get a little bit complicated. Players will need to pay attention to several variables at once.

Spinwheel

The grid is divided into four squares and a row will fall in each square one at a time. This mode is made for the Block Blast experts! Players must be skilled at understanding how all of the blocks are interacting with one another. You should definitely start out with the easiest setting first when playing the Spinwheel mode. Only once you feel comfortable with the mechanics should you move on to the medium or hard difficulty.

Click on a group of 2 or more blocks of the same color to destroy them in Block Blast. If you let them reach the top, it's game over.

There are four different modes, and each mode has three different levels. You can get a new high score in every one! We recommend that you start with the easy mode in each setting just to get a feel for how the game works. While they may all look pretty similar, there are still some unique growing pains in every single Block Blast mode. Let’s hop into what the four different modes are.

Default

A row of blocks descends from the top of the square all the way to the bottom. This is the most basic one that is great for players who are brand new to the game.

Sideways

A row of blocks from the left will move to the right. It is basically just the default mode, but rotated 90 degrees. Once you get the default version down, this is a great way to expand your horizons a bit.

Dual

One row from the top of the square will fall, then a row from the bottom will lift up. The dual mode is really when Block Blast starts to get a little bit complicated. Players will need to pay attention to several variables at once.

Spinwheel

The grid is divided into four squares and a row will fall in each square one at a time. This mode is made for the Block Blast experts! Players must be skilled at understanding how all of the blocks are interacting with one another. You should definitely start out with the easiest setting first when playing the Spinwheel mode. Only once you feel comfortable with the mechanics should you move on to the medium or hard difficulty.

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Game content reviewed byAlex Feigenbaum

Learn About Our Game Review Guidelines

Genre:
Updated:
Oct 02, 2023
Rating:
Rating Star4.3 / 5(259 Votes)
Release :
Aug 21, 2023

Instructions

Click on a group of 2 or more blocks of the same color to destroy them in Block Blast. If you let them reach the top, it's game over.

There are four different modes, and each mode has three different levels. You can get a new high score in every one! We recommend that you start with the easy mode in each setting just to get a feel for how the game works. While they may all look pretty similar, there are still some unique growing pains in every single Block Blast mode. Let’s hop into what the four different modes are.

Default

A row of blocks descends from the top of the square all the way to the bottom. This is the most basic one that is great for players who are brand new to the game.

Sideways

A row of blocks from the left will move to the right. It is basically just the default mode, but rotated 90 degrees. Once you get the default version down, this is a great way to expand your horizons a bit.

Dual

One row from the top of the square will fall, then a row from the bottom will lift up. The dual mode is really when Block Blast starts to get a little bit complicated. Players will need to pay attention to several variables at once.

Spinwheel

The grid is divided into four squares and a row will fall in each square one at a time. This mode is made for the Block Blast experts! Players must be skilled at understanding how all of the blocks are interacting with one another. You should definitely start out with the easiest setting first when playing the Spinwheel mode. Only once you feel comfortable with the mechanics should you move on to the medium or hard difficulty.

Click on a group of 2 or more blocks of the same color to destroy them in Block Blast. If you let them reach the top, it's game over.

There are four different modes, and each mode has three different levels. You can get a new high score in every one! We recommend that you start with the easy mode in each setting just to get a feel for how the game works. While they may all look pretty similar, there are still some unique growing pains in every single Block Blast mode. Let’s hop into what the four different modes are.

Default

A row of blocks descends from the top of the square all the way to the bottom. This is the most basic one that is great for players who are brand new to the game.

Sideways

A row of blocks from the left will move to the right. It is basically just the default mode, but rotated 90 degrees. Once you get the default version down, this is a great way to expand your horizons a bit.

Dual

One row from the top of the square will fall, then a row from the bottom will lift up. The dual mode is really when Block Blast starts to get a little bit complicated. Players will need to pay attention to several variables at once.

Spinwheel

The grid is divided into four squares and a row will fall in each square one at a time. This mode is made for the Block Blast experts! Players must be skilled at understanding how all of the blocks are interacting with one another. You should definitely start out with the easiest setting first when playing the Spinwheel mode. Only once you feel comfortable with the mechanics should you move on to the medium or hard difficulty.

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