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Submitted by Wiiloveit 580d ago | news

Game design grads explore colour patterns in Blork, puzzle game inspired by Rubik's Cube and Q*bert

"What began as a post-secondary project, Diga Design is ready for Blork to make a name for itself in the gaming community, and BeefJack spoke with the team behind the project to learn about the game's inspirations, development timeline and goals." (Android, BLORK, Casual games, Dev, Diga Design, iPad, iPhone, Mobile, PC)

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