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PLAY NOW Bloxorz

Rating: 8.6

Votes: 69

Plays: 16.6k

About Bloxorz

Bloroxz is a typical puzzle game created by Damien Clarke. The game has many levels and each level is different from the last. In each level, there’s a hole and your goal is to move your block so that it goes into the hole. There are a total of 33 levels for you to play. If the block falls off the stage then you’ll lose and have to restart the level.

There are some levels where you’ll find switches that when pressed on by the block will make bridges appear to help you get to the desired location. There are 2 main types of switches in the game:

  • Round switches (light): can be activated by having any side of the block pressing on it.
  • X-shape switches (heavy): can only be activated if the block is in an upright position when pressing on it.

However, while some switches always change the bridges’ state whenever pressed, other switches can only be activated once. Each switch activates its own bridge, and some even have different colors..

You should also note that some levels have orange tiles that will break and fall off if the block is standing on top of it in an upright position. One more interesting thing is that there are special switches that will teleport your block and split it into 2 smaller identical square blocks that can be independently controlled and will join back into one big block when place next to each other. Remember that these smaller blocks can’t enter the hole to finish the level.

After you complete each level, the game will provide you with a passcode so you can go straight back to the level that you just played whenever you revisit the game.

If you have completed the game then you can continue your experience by playing the second game in the series titled Bloxorz 2. Also if you’re a fan of this type of game, you can look in to some other games with a similar play style such as Money Movers, Trollface Quest TrollTube...

How To Play

  • Use arrow keys to control the block.
  • When the block is split into 2 smaller blocks, use space to swap between which block you want to control.

Tips and Tricks

Even if only a part of the block goes outwards, it’ll still count as you losing.