Block Slider is a hi-fi free game in the vein of arcade classics such as Tetris. In it, your goal is to create rows of coloured blocks without letting them stack up so high that they fill the screen. Fortunately, when you finally do create a row of coloured blocks, it disappears... and if you can create multiple rows at once, all the better, because whether you win or lose, what really matters is your score!
A Leading Example
Of course, it won't do to think of Block Slider as just another Tetris clone. The fact it runs on Windows platforms is a notable perk, as not many modern games like it do (at least not with Block Slider's smoothness and speed). What really matters is that the graphics and sound both pop out: the blocks are large and textured, and happily make it easier for those with reduced vision to play the game. The sound is engaging and, when you score a combo, rewarding. And if you're interested, you can compete with other players on the online leaderboards, comparing scores!
To Be The Very Best
Ultimately, Block Slider ought to have appeal to both casual and competitive players. Even just seeing your name on the leaderboard is engaging enough, but the game also does the fundamentals so well that competing for the top spot doesn't sound like such a bad idea. Give it a try today!