Blockoon's review

by Peter Warrior

Grow and survive as much as you can

  • Easy to learn
  • Free to play, ad-free
  • User interface issues in the menu
  • It's too simple (and pointless)

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"Blue good, red bad."

Flat truth, Blockoon could have been as popular as Nokia's Snake if it had been launched fifteen years ago. It's a game with a poor and childish design around pareidoliac smiley faces on flying squares over a white background, something unworthy of our flashy smartphones. However, this game is so simple and, at the same time, so engaging, that it can be a good idea to keep it installed just in case.

By the way, you drag your finger on the screen so your square imitates that movement. Your goal is to "eat" the blue blocks and avoid the red ones. The more blues you eat, the bigger you will become and more red blocks will turn to blue till the time you are merciless hit by a red block and game's over. You can upload your record, if that's your wish, to an online leaderboard.

Therefore, here's the perfect game for those who never play videogames of any kind, of for those who are looking for a way to keep their mind blank.

Tags: blockoon , blocksburst

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