Briker 2 is a really challenging online puzzle game for older kids, teens and grownups where you have to maneuver a ‘rolling brick’ onto and through a golden tile area (plate) on a futuristic 3D grid. Your Brick must “escape” the grid, and you must try to figure out the correct route for your Brick along the grid as quickly as possible. Note that the Brick cannot hang over or go completely off the sides of the grid, or over certain collapsing tiles.
Each grid is carefully constructed so that the Brick only has minimal room to maneuver, and one wrong move sends it tumbling over the edge. Finding the right solution can take plenty of trial and error, so you’ll need to have the patience of a lion! This extremely tricky brain teaser will also help to exercise your creative engineering skills, as you have to try to solve the problem, and find the correct way to position the Brick to get it to the part of the grid that you want. Will you become the Puzzle Champ? Let’s find out. Good luck!
How to Play: Your goal in each of the 50 increasingly difficult levels is to move your large blue Brick toward and through the Gold Tile area on the 3D grid. The Brick is a 3D shape, and can only move where it fits onto the grid – it cannot hang over the side. Use the Arrow Keys on your computer keyboard to move the Brick by ‘rolling’ it along the tiles. All of the tiles are square, but your Brick is the size of two squares when lying horizontally, so you don’t always have much room to maneuver. To progress, place the Brick vertically onto the tile (plate) of the grid that is Golden so that the Brick falls through. As it is a 3D grid, it can move in any direction. Be careful that half of the brick doesn’t hang over the side, as you will have to start the level all over again.
Try to reach the Gold Tile in under the amount of moves (like par in golf) indicated at the top of the game screen to score extra points. In later levels, there are various tiles that react differently to your Brick. Wood Tiles can only support half of the Brick. Fragile Tiles only support it for a second, then collapse (so if you move onto a Fragile Tile you need to move off very quickly). Spring and Teleport tiles move the Brick to other places on the grid, while Bridge Tiles generate extra room by adding additional tiles close to the Brick.