Blocks That Matter is a puzzle/platformer in which a tiny driller robot travels underground in order to save its creators, kidnapped by someone who wants to steal their work. You are this robot, the Tetrobot : you can drill blocks of matter one by one, collect them, and recycle them into new pieces of 4 blocks. You also have the possibility to destroy lines of 8+ blocks in a very «retro russian» game style. Sand, wood, stone, obsidian, iron, diamond : each matter has its specific behaviour you'll have to use wisely and take advantage of them. So get ready to use your brain and combine your platforming and puzzle-solving skills in this incredible mashup! Contains 100% natural Slime extract and a lot of love for videogames history.
It's still a bit buggy, but the game itself is a lot of fun. It's a nice combination of puzzle and platformer.
That is a realy great game and I love that indie developers are making it.
Well built puzzle platformer with some really difficult puzzles in a few spots. Only bad part is that you can't quicksave in the middle of a level so if you screw up you have to re-do the entire level. That makes for a lot of tedious repeating and gets old, quick. Other than that, it's solid and has a pretty unique concept for a puzzle game.
Game is decent but I'm not very good at it. That by itself is my problem, however it doesn't seem to have any "undo" or "rewind" so if you mess up it's right back to the start, replaying certain parts multiple times.
Une perle Indée. Un énorme mix entre deux jeux qui ne se ressemblent pas du tout : Tetris et Minecraft.
En effet, vous devrez résoudre des énigmes dans un décors en 2D reprenant les blocs de Minecraft et vous en servir pour créer des plateformes en forme de Tétriminos.
Le résultat est juste génial avec son Gameplay accrocheur, son design attachant et son histoire sympatique et très touchante, Block That Matter est un jeu qui ravira tout le monde !
Awesome game, good concept excelent plot. Loved it!
A really good game! I really had fun and the puzzles are well thought! I love it! I hope there will be a sequel.
What to say, awesome game...
Forget ragdoll physics... Pajitnovian physics is where it's at!
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