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Categories: Games, Online, Puzzle, Video walkthrough   46 comments - June 23, 2007

BloxorzBloxorzBloxorz is a new “brain twisting puzzle game of rolling blocks and switching bridges” created by Damien Clarke (Jetspeed, Silversphere, The Missile Game 3D).

The aim of the game is to get the block to fall into the square hole at the end of each level. To move the block, simply use the arrow keys. Do not fall off the edges or you will have to restart the level. There are bridges and switches in many levels that can be activated when they are pressed down by the block. There are three types of switches: the heavy ‘X’-shaped switches that are activated when your block stands on its end on them, the soft ‘O’ switches, that are activated when any part of your block presses them and the teleport switches ‘( )’ that spilt your block into two smaller blocks at the time (these can be controlled individually and will rejoin into a normal block when both are placed next to each other).

When activated, ‘X’ and ‘O’ switches may behave differently. Some swap the bridges from open to close and vice versa while others will only ever make certain bridges open, and activating it again will not make it close.

Green or red colored squares will flash to indicate which bridges are being operated. Finally, your block can’t stand on its end on orange tiles that are too fragile to support its weight.

33 levels are available in Bloxorz. Write down the 6 digit level code for each stage and use the load stage option in the main menu to continue the game when you come back later.

Overall, Bloxorz is an excellent puzzle game, and sounds and graphics are just perfect. The author mentioned on his site that all levels are possible to finish! You know what to do now!

Have fun!

Bloxorz video walkthrough!

By Eric

current rating 4.48



Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Puzzle    - December 22, 2010

DuBlox is a rolling style puzzle game strongly inspired by Bloxorz. The goal of this game is to roll the DuBlox, a 2 by 2 by 1 block from the green to the red tiles. Use the arrow keys to move the blocks. The game features 49 levels of increasing difficuly. Have fun!

By Eric

current rating 3.08

FreeWorldGroup – Blocky

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Puzzle, Video walkthrough    - May 6, 2010

Blocky is the latest puzzle game created by FreeWorldGroup (this game has nothing to do with Blocky, another puzzler from Wildsnake Software).

Your goal is to roll Blocky onto the home tile, and it needs to be matching the color of the home tile when he flips on it.

Use the arrow keys to flip Blocky and press Z or X to rotate.

Blocky is a fun puzzler that will remind you of Bloxorz and other similar games.

With 20 levels of increasing difficulty, Blocky will please fans of the genre.

Have fun!

FreeWorldGroup – Blocky video walkthrough!

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By Eric

current rating 2.33


Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Puzzle    - February 17, 2010

If you like cube rolling puzzle games like Bloxorz, give a try to Cubor, a 3D puzzler created by Jan Rigerl! Use your mouse to change view and move the cubes to the exits in each of the 15 levels of the game! Interesting twist to a popular concept. Have fun!

By Eric

current rating 3.83


On the Edge

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Puzzle   1 comment - September 4, 2009

On the EdgeOn the Edge is a Puzzle game strongly inspired by Bloxorz, where your goal is to move the red block onto the red tile, by removing all the other tiles. Tiles disappear after your step off them. There are different type of tiles to spice things up a bit, and 30 levels to beat. Have fun!

By Eric

current rating 3.80


Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Puzzle   17 comments - February 1, 2008

BlocBlocIf you enjoyed Bloxorz, a “brain twisting puzzle game of rolling blocks and switching bridges” created by Damien Clarke, you might also like Bloc.

Ok, Bloc is just a blatant rip-off with only 16 levels in total, and it’s poorly done (check the tutorial and let me know where you find some “light green unstable tiles” in this game!).

Having said that, Bloc is still fun to play (not as fun as the original though). The whole concept of Bloxorz has so much potential, I wonder why we don’t see more games like this?

Have fun!

By Eric

current rating 3.60

2007 Top 10 Developers in the Category Puzzle games

Categories: Awards    - December 13, 2007

Here at FreeGamesNews, we love free browser-based games. The end of the year is coming soon, and it’s time for YOU to cast your vote for the Best Developers of the year in our first annual FreeGamesNews Awards.

Here are the 10 nominees in the category Best Puzzle games Developers of 2007, in alphabetical order:

Bart Bonte (Belgium)

Factory BallsBart Bonte is a Flash developer from Belgium who has already developed successful games. More well known for his Room Escape games (the Bonte Room series, A bark in the Dark, Loose the Moose), Bart released several puzzle games in 2007, such as Fields of Logic, Chicken Grow and more recently, Factory Balls.

Damien Clarke (Australia)

BloxorzDamien Clarke is a Flash game designer from Australia. Many of his games are co-sponsored by several major games portals, which is a sign of quality. The author has released two excellent puzzle games this year, Silversphere and Bloxorz.

Creative Units (Germany)

ExcitCreative Units is a German development and games design company that created Excit earlier this year. Excit is a very nice viral Flash game that borrows from RoadBlocks and its clone Orbox B heavily, but it takes the original idea to a whole new level!

GamePure (Japan)

Micro ArtGamePure is a Flash game design studio from Japan. GamePure has released many action games this year, such as Speed Cluster, Oshidama or the very cute Bound Bear series. They have also created a very unique Collapse-type game, Micro Art, impressive on many levels.

Stephen Harris (New Zealand)

BloonsStephen Harris is the author of the Bloons series and many other successful games. The original Bloons game was released last March and became an instant hit. Since then, Stephen has created Bloons World, a site dedicated to Bloons fans, two “Bloons” Tower Defense games, and a few other puzzle/skill games!

Yoshio Ishii (Japan)

Hoshi Saga 2From japan, Yoshio Ishii has been designing Flash games for several years now. He is well known for his Neko Series, a series of games involving cats. In 2007, he decided to focus on creating puzzle games, and released some very creative games such as Plupon, the amazing Hoshi Saga series, and more recently, Slidon.

Taro Ito (Japan)

Chat NoirTaro Ito, the game designer behind Gamedesign, has released many games over the years, and this year was no different with four new puzzle game titles, Porolith Flash, The Four Color Problem, School Wars and Chat Noir.

Michael Le

Jelly BlocksWhen Michael Le from Canada released his puzzle game Jelly Blocks last summer, he certainly wasn’t expecting instant success. Jelly Blocks is so simple and absorbing that people can’t stop playing. And with 100 levels available to play, it can take a while to complete it.

Preloaded (U.K.)

LaunchballPreloaded is a London-based Web design agency. After CDX, a multi-episode adventure released last year, Preloaded is back in 2007 with LaunchBall, a new addictive Puzzle/Physics Flash game created for the Science Museum in London their new Launchpad gallery.

Adam Schroeder (U.S.A.)

Sola Rola - THe Gravity MazeAdam Schroeder is the creator of the very challenging and delightful puzzle game Sola Rola. He also released the third (and final?) installment in his Asteroids Revenge earlier this year, and is now co-working on Argue (About Everything) with a fellow developer, a multiplayer real-time strategy game set for release next year at Kongregate.

Flash Back: Dice Move

Categories: 5 minute, Flash, Free, Games, Online, Puzzle   1 comment - July 9, 2007

Dice MoveDice MoveDice Move is a puzzle game similar to the recent and excellent Bloxorz. The object here is to roll your dice around to be able to make it fit inside the invisible dice marker facing upwards. Use the arrow keys to move your dice around the playfield.

To spice things up, each level is timed, and you have only around 80 seconds to complete each of them, or the game ends immediately.

Unfortunately, there are only 5 levels to complete, so this one won’t keep you busy for more than a few minutes!

Have fun!

By Eric

current rating 2.00

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