Blockout 3D FREE
50,000 - 100,000 downloads
- 3D graphics
- Controls could be more smooth
+ By Android-AZ
Play this entertaining puzzle and place all the blocks correctly
Blockout 3D is an original version of tetris where your task is to place the falling blocks in their correct spot so the complete floor is filled and there are no blank spaces. While the blocks fall, you can rotate them freely with the arrows located below the board.
Try to score points by forming a full floor and then liberating space so all the blocks are perfectly well placed. As the game advances, the blocks keep falling faster and more shapes are included. The graphics are great: everything is colored and engaging. The controls could be a bit more smooth but in general it works well and it's really challenging.
Android-AZ is the developer of this 3D game that will be loved by Tetris fans and puzzle players. A good time passer with an interesting 3D approach which makes the game more enjoyable. Don't miss it.
Move the blocks by touch gestures (right/left/up/down), drop the block by double tap.
You can save your game for later playing. Play to get one milion points! :)
Download and enjoy! You can also try our other free logic games like Bubble Breaker, Woodebox Puzzle, Jewelz 3D or Solitaire!
Added grid and fixed problem with not visible buttons.
- Controls are extremely sluggish when there are many bricks on bottom layer - Games are very long, it should offer possibility to start directly at a higher, faster level - I played two (lengthy) games, both stopped abruptly when I reached level 21!
I would give this app a very high rating but every time I get to around 4,000 points it will not in stall and I have to unload and reload game
it'd be much better if there's a bar on the side showing which colour represents 1st layer, 2nd layer, etc.. 'cause it gets confusing when you pile more layers on top.. you will only see the diff colours without knowing which space you should fill up first to clear that layer.
No preview grid. Sucks!
Lacks a visible grid, making it difficult to predict where the blocks will land. The blocks are opaque so you cannot see down-facing protrusions until you rotate the block. In free version the bottom ads push the controls up, half obscuring them. It has a rotation bug: in some situations rotate-left will roll the block towards top instead of to the left. The original DOS Blockout game had none of
Need a button to drop quickly