Bloktastic! A matching game of joyous jubilation!
This review has been delayed for far too long on my part, but here i come finally, king of blokzilla, ready to review your faces off!
So... Blokzilla, done by Tomato Interactive was something that I had played good and decent bit, a matching game with that twist of already having the pieces revealed. The concept is all about speed though, to be the fastests matcher in all blok world.
Admittedly my fanfare with the game dropped off with the original version, but once the leaderboards and achievements arrived the power of the game grew it's roots into me and the fun really began. I played hours on end, why? because compeition, and fun are prevalent as you work on your ability with the game. It's simple and easy to understand, ad yet as room to ocntinue mastering it as time goes on.
One of the strengths of the game is it's advantage of being a quick game to pick up an play for a short period with the one minute madness.
There is one concern I have with the game, but was not too problematic to effect my thinking of it much. That problem was there seemed to be situations where the gme could crash when hitting pause at certain points during the gameplay usually near the end of a round. This usually wasn't a concern as loading up the game is very quick, so it wasn't much of a hassle.
Still the game is great and definately worth picking up.