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Feb 23, 2011 | 9:41 AM EST
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Wrap your mind around the next intensive puzzle game - Interlocked!
A 3D puzzle game with a chilling atmosphere.

You know those puzzles consisting of a few wooden blocks that are impossible take apart? Then you know Interlocked. Each level, you're given a unique 3D puzzle consisting of blocks that hold each other together. Take it apart and you'll feel ten times as smart :-)


When using the Glance Tool (an eye icon is displayed at the bottom left circle) you can rotate the puzzle with the mouse while holding the left mouse button.

When using the Pull Tool (a hand icon) click on a piece to pop up the axis selection gizmo and pull in the desired direction.

To switch tools press the spacebar or click the tool icon. You can hold the spacebar to use the other tool.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very Sweet Game!

I remember getting a gordian knot for a present once, but playing it this way seems better!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Good stuff!

Nice concept very well produced; a good variety of puzzles too! Very smooth and entertaining!

My main suggestion would be that it needs a snap-to system; too many times I'd actually cracked the puzzle but due to a slight overlap it took longer than it should have!

Other than that a plot would have been good (the best puzzle games have variety in their puzzles and a bizarre plot, see 3 In Three), but that's hardly a must for a puzzle game! Brilliant stuff!

HOW TO CHEAT: There's a finite amount of moves for each block, remember? If you have trouble then start to go through them (up-down, left-right, backwards-forwards) for each block. Unless there's a slight overlap messing things up then eventually one will move significantly and you can move on from there! Also, the varied perspectives will help work out the block shapes.

EXTRA TIP: I can't recall any of the puzzles other than the last one* needing you to retrace your steps (i.e. get one block to a different position and then return all the others to the starting position); so long as you're not going backwards you're going forwards!

* Even then I'm not sure I took the fastest route!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


Wow awesome concept!!! :D


Rated 5 / 5 stars

sooth controls

Can someone help me moving a sofa through my narrow front door enterance? If you can do level 14 you may have a chance.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars


but not without flaws, some levels are too big and when i tried to moved them i couldnt