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Gravity Snap
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Genre: Puzzle
Platforms: PC, Mac, Linux
Languages: English
Players: Single-player
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Jul 4 @ 10:32pm

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Description
Release date: Currently available on Apple app store, ready for release on Steam.
Gravity Snap: The Best Falling Blocks Game!

Very addictive puzzle game for fans of falling block type games.

FEATURES:

* Blocks do not just move down anymore! Blocks can move in any of the four directions.

* Complete both horizontal and vertical lines!

* The game board is no longer 10 by 20 squares!
It can be any size (up to 35 by 35 squares) with both both open and closed squares designed in any layout you wish.

* Blocks are no longer delivered onto the game board only at the top!
They can enter at any location of the level that you set.

* Snap blocks in any direction as long as it does not oppose the direction of gravity.

* Design your own levels in the Level Editor!

* Use the classic seven tetrominos or design your own custom set of blocks to play your levels with!

* High Score table for each level.


Currently available on the Apple app store:

Free Version:
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/gravity-snap-free/id888210088

Full Version:
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/gravity-snap/id888207636
Popular Discussions View All (1)
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Jul 7 @ 8:45am
Круть
makc1300
122 Comments
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Thrp Aug 27 @ 8:24pm 
se ve interesante, si lo jugaria
PumpkinHe4d Aug 6 @ 1:27pm 
voted :)
Kolya8645 Aug 4 @ 7:54am 
voted
Asiza Jul 31 @ 2:06pm 
I'd love to play it!
vicmolv Jul 26 @ 8:21am 
es una version diferente de tetris e interesante
Sprayface Jul 25 @ 8:10am 
NYOPE
STVR Jul 24 @ 5:27am 
I think this is an interesting variation on the standard Tetris formula, and the level editor is well done (although it's screaming for a flood-fill), but I don't see anything here that indicates that the outcome of this system will be interesting. What are the unique consequences of the system you've created?
NewGen_7 Jul 15 @ 12:47pm 
Nice! Voted!
Heavy Unit Jul 14 @ 9:07pm 
Nice game! Yes! Voted!
Tech Jul 14 @ 7:39pm 
Voted