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Jelly Blocks

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rated 2.64 / 5 stars
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Genre:
Puzzles - Sliding
Tags:
puzzle
slide
jelly
html5

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Uploaded
Aug 17, 2015 | 9:31 AM EDT

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Click or touch the blocks and drag them left or right. Matching colored blocks will become attached. Your goal is to connect all of the same colored blocks.

Reviews


JordanBaumannJordanBaumann

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I Like This Game, But It's Good! ;)



monbvolmonbvol

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I'm not sure if it is really a glitch or the way the game is supposed to behave but I can't seem to beat level 20 because a block falls when I don't think it should.

Either way this is a rather good puzzle game.


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PaulHTML5 responds:

Yes, there is a glitch in level 20 which I'm looking into. However, it is possible to beat that level without the glitch occuring.


MihaiNMihaiN

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great game, love it.Can you please post a walkthrough? I am stuck at level 20 and I don't see how it can be solved.



curiosityspooncuriosityspoon

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Why on earth does this game need to make *network requests* to "load" each new level, even when it's just restarting a level and the existing data should be eminently available in some data cache already? Loading a game that has a static set of levels, seems to me like it should fetch all of the level data in that initial download, and never have to wait for anything else.


PaulHTML5 responds:

That's because I've added more levels since I originally created it, and plan on adding more in the future, and doing it that way was just easier than updating the Javascript file each time. I agree that it shouldn't have to do that when restarting a level, so I'm going to fix that.


JoseNtJoseNt

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Although I do like the simplicity of the game, I also agree with those who say that what's lacking for the 5 stars is both sound and a level-selection menu (would be nice to replay some of the already finished levels).
On other hand, since this is a well thought puzzle game (and by well thought I mean actually challenging though possible) a walkthrough wouldn't be a luxury.


PaulHTML5 responds:

You should be able to go back through the already completed levels by clicking the arrow '<' next to the level number at the top of the screen. I'm currently working on adding some sound to the game.