B'lox! - New Gp2x Game


wraggster

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zitpig has today released a new game for the GP2X, heres his release details:

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Hi

This is my first post here, so please be gentle!

I've just finished developing a GP2X game for the current GLBasic/GP2X.de competition, called B'lox!

It's a puzzle game, where you need to move Sliders onto pads of the same colour (sounds exciting, doesn't it?) With 100 puzzles, it should keep you busy for a while (there's a puzzle editor too, for the creative types out there).

The game is played either with touchscreen (on F200) or D-Pad/buttons.

Here are some images from the pc version (identical to the GP2X version).


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I'm actually a bit fan of this game. I found a flash one once and played the heck out of it at work :D

I'm gonna check this out next week when I get back home. Good work on 100 levels, that should keep me going for a while.

Any idea what the original game is called? I wouldnt mind bookmarking a flash version of it again...
 

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It's based on a game that I wrote many, many years ago on the Amiga and updated again last year for pc. I wasn't aware that there was a flash version.
 

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What an awesome little game. I played it for about 1/2 hour on Windows. So simple. Inspiring!
 

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Although the idea isn't new at all, it looks like a nice implementation, especially the graphics.
100 levels is quite a lot. :eek:
 

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Very polished game, thank you! Coincidence happens that I played Perfect Fit just a few days ago, and it's great to see another game with the same mechanics but with new puzzles and a different overall feel. My compliments on the graphics and music too, everything adds up really well :)
 
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