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My blocks fall up

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Aug 12, 2011 | 8:01 PM EDT

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The story of one man's struggle to come to a peaceful understanding with gravity.

Click and drag on the stack.
Hold space to speed up in marathon mode; press space to reset in puzzle mode.
Press Esc to pause the game.

If the Marathon is too easy try turning up the Gap setting.

Need to thank @TeamMishap for helping me playtest this. Even if you didn't find any of the bugs.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

An addicting puzzler for the non-puzzle player.

In "My Blocks Fall Up", the player is greeted with a mostly complete (though not perfect) Tetris board that's slowly ascending, and a pattern column in the right window. This pattern column consists of eight shapes, which you must make by selecting blocks from the board.

When selected, the blocks ascend, creating a design problem: How do you make a shape if you can't move it? No problem, the author insists: The shape still disappears from the pattern queue, but not the board; on the next go-round, you'll have to re-do it when you have the right blocks around.

This game is very, very addictive, and highly enjoyable, even for someone (like this reviewer) who abhors Tetris.

Keeping this one short, yet sweet, this review will close out with the wish that the author had included more than eight flavours of pattern creation. Make me make a star or something. It's all Tetris shapes, but this isn't Tetris. Variety is the spice of life, they say.

Overall, a glowing submission. I look forward to seeing more of your work.


Rated 4 / 5 stars


I don't normally play games like this, puzzles more or less because it just causes me a bit of a headache, I decided to give it a try though, having given the game the benefit of my doubt and I was really happy to have done that.

It reminded me of Tetris in a sense, which I'm sure is no surprise, but that is more or less only because of the shapes in the game, it looked really well done and put together nicely. It was appealing to me visually, and kept me playing for quite some time.

Music and Sound in the game is good, and overall can easily keep somebody entertained for quite some time. I'm eager to see what happens after launching the 500 blocks, but think I will have to give that whole thing a chance another time when I am not so busy.

Overall a very enjoyable experience. I look forward to seeing more games from you.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wow, I'm really impressed.

While I'm not really a puzzle guy, I gave this a try and safe to say I was really impressed. Everything was really solidly put together, and this is a really original take on the classic concept of the puzzler. My only complaint is the MIDIish music, but that's not enough to make me want to score any lower.

Good job, and I hope you keep it up!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


i really enjoy it :D