Look, I apologize in advance for posting this game. The first game was pretty popular, and as soon as I heard that Marty Sears had released More Blocks With Letters On, I knew you all would want to know about it. But great jumping giblets, this is a hard bloody game. Seriously, boggling at these puzzles feels like my brain is being sucked through my colon. It's like being punched in the eyes by tiny taunting monkeys wearing professorial cardigans. If you haven't played the first Blocks With Letters On, go play it before you even consider clicking on this one; the sequel's difficulty picks up at the point where the last game left off. Which was already freakishly difficult.
For the uninitiated, Blocks With Letters On is a game that seamlessly combines language riddles with physical tile puzzles. Each level provides you with an assortment of blocks (with letters on), and you must find a way to position them in the supplied pink spaces so that they spell an English word. All manner of clever obstacles will interfere, including sticky walls, number-coded doors and switches, and pads that turn your blocks (with letters on) pink and give them the power to fly.
Click on a block to select it, and then press the [arrow] keys to move it around. Press [space] to cycle between all your blocks. On levels with teleports, move a block into one and press [enter] to transport it to another teleport of the same colour.
Sears has an endlessly surprising sense of humour and apparently a sadistic streak the size of the Atlantic Ocean, which makes him a dream come true for masochistic anagrammists who enjoy being battered like rats in a plinko machine. The bizarre, hilarious vignettes between levels have returned, and I'm far too stupid to get past level 6, so I have no idea if all the content is kid-safe. In every sense, proceed at your own risk.
Still want more Blocks With Letters On?
Play the entire BWLO series...