Balloon Blocks is a match 3 soft body physics game. The whole idea is brilliant and original, but actually trying to get a decent score is a bit of a problem.
The basic object of the game is to navigate your balloon blocks, which are made up of two, three or four loosely bound together square balloons (much like the good old Tetris block), into groups of three or more of the same colour and the balloons will pop.
It may sound easy enough, but the tough part comes in when actually trying to accurately place the blocks as they tend to bounce around the place as expected of an air filled balloon.
Balloon Blocks comes with three different difficulties and four different game modes, one of which allows you to adjust various game parameters, just in case you wish to make it hard than it already is.
I’m not quite sure what was happening, but I was able to get to the top of the highscore list on the “Clear” game mode, with only a score of 600, when the highest was actually 4,500. Not quite sure what was happening there, but it made me feel much better to have achieved something.
In light of everything, I’m going to give it a
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