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Blockpuzzle 2.0 APKs

  • Version: 2.0
  • File size: 4.65MB
  • Requires: Android 4.2+
  • Package Name: ch.aorlinn.blockpuzzle
  • Developer: Simon Flachsbart
  • Updated: March 01, 2020
  • Price: Free
  • Rate 4.20 stars – based on 26 reviews
The description of Digital World Blockpuzzle

We provide Blockpuzzle 2.0 APKs file for Android 4.2+ and up. Blockpuzzle is a free Puzzle game. It's easy to download and install to your mobile phone.
Please be aware that ApkPlz only share the original and free pure apk installer for Blockpuzzle 2.0 APKs without any modifications.

The average rating is 4.20 out of 5 stars on playstore. If you want to know more about Blockpuzzle then you may visit Simon Flachsbart support center for more information

All the apps & games here are for home or personal use only. If any apk download infringes your copyright, please contact us. Blockpuzzle is the property and trademark from the developer Simon Flachsbart.

This app is in beta status. Be aware that it might crash or not work properly.

Blockpuzzle is a typical puzzle game, where you place blocks to the table. Whenever a row or column is full, it is erased. Every placement and erasement gives you points. The game ends, when there is no more options to place the pieces.

Detail:
The goal of the game is to get as much points as possible. You earn points by placing pieces. Bigger pieces give you more points.
If you fill a line (row or column), the line gets removed from the field. The more lines you remove at once, the more points you earn.
After you placed all pieces, new pieces are generated (yes to all eternity if you live long enough). The game ends, when there are no more options to place the current pieces.

How to play:
To place a piece simply press on it in the preview and drag it to the place you want to drop it. You may only place pieces on empty cells.
The point display shows you your actual points on the left and your high score on the right.

Levels:
There are several differences between the levels:
1. The size of the table
2. The number of pieces showed at once (more pieces means more options and is therefore easier)
3. The types of pieces (in the hard levels there are pieces with more edges)

In the lower difficulties, you will have a help that shows you, which lines are removed, when you hover over with a piece. In the upper difficulties there is no help on that.

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