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A 3D Puzzle Game created by Myself and two others for a Game Jam at our University in the UK. We didn't win but we found the game comical and pretty addictive so we thought we would release it soon.

Simply build the highest tower using physics and keep trying to beat your score. The first version will be single player but the more players that play it the more likely I would add multiplayer. All donations would be put towards this.

The release date is TBD so stay tuned

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Introducing Log Blocks


Hello All,

Log Blocks is a new 3D puzzle game which was created by myself and 2 others for our University's Annual Game Jam last year. We didn't win the competition but the game still caught on with players and the judges so we thought we would keep working on the game.

The Game Itself

Log Blocks is a comical 3D puzzle game which uses physics which the aim simply being to build a tower as high as you can before it collapses. Might sound easy but the pace picks up so you gotta be quick!

Tower Falling

Development Roadmap

The current version we have at the moment is the original version from the game jam but with bug fixes and nicer graphics than before. I don't plan to add anymore features to this version as in the next few weeks I will be releasing this as a demo on here and on itch io so any donations would be welcome if you like the game.

I plan to build on the demo by adding new game modes and maybe even multiplayer over the internet depending on the popularity of the game.

Tower Building


If you are interested in featuring the Log Blocks demo on your Gaming YouTube Channel or any other gaming streaming service then feel free to get in touch by email and I will send a early access link to the demo.

Tower Building

More content will be coming soon so keep an eye on our page for more information on the upcoming demo!


Email: jaimehay121@gmail.com

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