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Submitted by triverse 343d ago | news

X=Y=Z Brings Bloxorz Style Block Rolling to the ZX Spectrum

Carl Williams writes, "Over on the mobile markets of Android and iOS there was a slight ferver for games like Bloxorz. This has had the same effect it did with the success of Flappy Bird awhile back, these games are hitting more and more platforms. Unlike the other variations of the rolling cube theme, X=Y=Z has you controlling a block that is only one square cube rather than two cubes tall (which adds a ton of challenge to the proceedings). With powerups and abilities, X=Y=Z has its own challenges awaiting those willing to try." (Retro)

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