Blue Blox 2 is a challenging and addicting physics-based puzzle game for older kids & teens where you have to unite two blue blocks together. Help join Bruce the Blue Block (a cute little cube with hilarious facial expressions) up with his same-colored friends by removing objects, creating pathways and strategically positioning other blocks in order to deflect Bruce where he needs to go. You play the role of Block Remover – your only action is to remove blocks already on the screen in each level. Each time you remove a block, the other blocks around it will react to gravity by falling to the bottom, or moving downward and hitting off one another. The order, speed and timing that you remove the blocks is the key to success.
This colorful brain-teaser will really test and exercise your creative engineering skills, as you have to carefully build bridges and pathways to ensure the blue blocks touch off each other. You have to plan out your strategy before you act; Try to guess which way the blocks will fall before making your move. You’ll also need to have quick reactions, as on some levels you must quickly change the path of objects to make sure they send the blue blocks toward each other. Are you ready to stop Bruce feeling blue and re-unite him with the other blue blocks? Good, it’s time show us what you can do, Oh Great Engineer.
How to Play: In each of the 30 increasingly difficult levels, you have to get Bruce (the blue block with a face) to join up with any of the other blue blocks on the game screen. The catch is – Bruce cannot touch the ground. If he does, you have to start the level again. Get him closer to another blue block by removing the other colored blocks around him – this either makes Bruce fall downward or makes other blocks deflect him toward another blue block.
You can remove blocks by Left Clicking on them using your computer mouse or touchpad. If you get Bruce to touch off one of his blue buddies, he has to stay there for a few seconds for you to complete the level and progress. The circular indicator at the top of the game screen flashes yellow when he is touching a blue block. Once it turns green, you move on to the next challenge. In some levels, you have to strategically create bridges and pathways that deflect Bruce before he even moves himself. There’s plenty of trial and error potentially required , so if you want to restart the level at any stage, click the ‘Restart’ button or hit the R key on your computer keyboard.