Block With Unsettling Soundtrack

The unfortunately named Bloxorz is loads of fun. Clearly it should have been called “Blockotron” or “Slabflip 2000”, but I guess it’s too late for that now. The idea is to get your block slotted into the hole (and in the game!) without tumbling to your death. I know how you hate Flash games, but believe me when I say you’ll like this one: there’s something slightly misleading about its perfect geometry, and the odd pulsating noise in the background makes me uneasy… Also I’m not sure what’s going on with the orange squares, so it might be best to read the instructions instead of shouting “yeah, yeah” and throwing your arms in the air, like I did.

Found at the peerless TIGSource, of course.

6 Comments

  1. Martin Coxall says:

    You know I hate flash games? Get out of my house.

    Actually, some of may favourite casua-, er, OMNIgames are flash games.

  2. nabeel says:

    Holy crap, I just lost a whole hour!

  3. Quintin says:

    Argh. It hungers for time. It also manages to make me scream out loud, like a wounded animal, every time the block falls off.

  4. Schmidt says:

    Oh man. “And in the game!”

  5. Sunjumper says:

    That game reminded me of the puzzle games you had during the good old AMIGA days.
    Oh and is also a quite amusing game. Although I kept falling off of the platforms because of my over enthusiasm once I knew the solution to the problem at hand…

  6. Willem says:

    I finished that last month. *thrust*