Blocked In for Windows 8/RT/Windows 10 [Review]
When it comes to gaming, not much credit is given to developers that create puzzle games that pose a test for everyone that tests them. These games have a level of difficulty that far surpasses many other well known action games (not even to mention some brain-dead zombie killing games).
One excellent example of such a clever game is Blocked In for Windows 10, Windows 8/RT. This free game available on the Windows Store can put anyone’s brain through a thorough exercise. And although there are many other games that go by the same principle, Blocked In has the perfect combination of great aesthetics and gameplay.
How good Blocked In for Windows 10, Windows 8?
First of all, let me start off by saying that for a free game, Blocked In has a lot to offer. Almost all other free apps contain ads or other promotional material, or they are only demos for the paid versions. This is not the case with Blocked In.
During the entire time we were testing of the app, not one single ad was see and we had access to all the levels that the game has. This makes for a much better playing experience and it ensure that the player’s attention is not taken away from the game at any point.
Also, the overall look of the game quite good, having quality textures and the blocks are very responsive to the touch. Also, the game is perfect for playing on a Windows 8, Windows 10 computer as well, thanks to the smooth movement of the blocks.
The game offers its users a large collection of levels, categorized by difficulty and two game modes. The normal mode is where each move is counted and the player has to finish the level with as few moves as possible and the relaxation mode is for those that want to experience the game without having to worry about how many moves the have made.
Overall, Blocked In is a awesome Windows 8/RT, Windows 10 game that fans of this type of game will definitely enjoy. It offers premium content for free, no ads and a very aesthetically pleasing experience. He highly recommend the game to every puzzle lover out there!
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