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CGDC4: Sky Blocs


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Sky BlocsFlash Game Design CompetitionThe next entry to the 4th Casual Gameplay Design Competition is a game from Tom Methven of the UK, participating in a CGDC for the first time.

Sky Blocs is a block tumbling, chain reaction puzzle game that includes an implementation of "ball physics" within elements of the gameplay. Please leave your kind and constructive feedback for Sky Blocs in the comments.

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Game link: https://jayisgames.com/cgdc4/?gameID=29

Note: All comments originally posted here have been moved to the Sky Blocs review page. Please use that page to post your comments and questions about the game. Thank you!

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