Blocks II

If Gibton's Blocks was perfectly pleasant, simple, match-3 puzzling, then it should cheer you to know that Blocks 2 is more of the same. Your goal? Remove all your googly-eyed blocks from the screen by clicking and dragging them around to make matches of identical colours either horizontally or vertically, which removes them from the screen, and do so in as few moves as possible for a perfect score. Complicated? Not really. Bells and whistles? Not even a little. Blocks 2 plays it straight and focuses on making its levels as neatly constructed as possible, so figuring out how to complete them in as few moves as you can is pretty darned satisfying. If you already played the first game, then Blocks 2 is either going to be a welcome pack of puzzles for you to kick back with, or too far into "more of the same" territory if you weren't already wooed by its pleasantly simple gameplay. Blocks 2 knows what it does, and it does it well, with a cute presentation and a ton of levels to keep you puzzling all afternoon.

Gibton brings all their blocks to the yard, and they're like, "our match-3 puzzles are super cute and pleasant and thus as good as yours," because they're not rude and combative. Match rows of blocks to clear the screen in as few moves as possible in this follow-up to the original!