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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 935d ago | review

Pocket Gamer: BloxBox Review

Pocket Gamer: The history of the puzzle genre is built in coloured blocks. There have been other shapes - ones with rounded edges or gem-like appearances - but the simple square will always hold a place in the heart of puzzling aficionados.

BloxBox continues that tradition of four-sided uniformity but it adds a few new twists, some sensible touchscreen controls, and a level-shifting mechanic. The result is an engaging, albeit brief puzzling experience. (BloxBox, iPhone) 8/10

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