Up for a challenge? In BlockHopper, an innovative puzzle platformer from GreenPixel, you control an adorable little robot named Bit across 35 different levels and landscapes to ultimate victory. But here's the twist: this isn't just some run-of-the mill, jump over already-placed platforms to victory kind of game. Instead, you control the placement of platforms in the form of many different and ingenious blocks, each with their own separate logic and mechanics. Even if you do manage to beat the entire game, Blockhopper comes with a level editor, making the possibilities nearly endless.
The controls are straightforward: move Bit with the [WASD] keys. Press [spacebar] to stop time and enter block mode and click anywhere on the screen to place a block. Scroll through the blocks with [Q] and [E] and hit [S] to activate a goal or switch block. Thankfully, the game features one of the best flash game soundtracks in recent memory, by Starship Amazing, that will help sooth your frazzled nerves as you progress into the double digit levels. Because, let's not kid ourselves. This game is hard. Very hard. Many players will become frustrated by level eight and give up completely. BlockHopper is not impossible, each level has a clear solution, but you'll have to think outside the block to win.