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The game is sort of a mash-up between Boulder Dash, Tetris and Minecraft. Some random facts about Blocks That Matter :
- The game has been made in only  4 months
- This is a sort of spiritual sequel to  Tuper Tario Tros., the very first game and mash-up made by Swing Swing Submarine
- It contains  40 levels (adventure) +  10 bonus levels that can be unlocked collecting BTMs (special blocks in chests)
- An average player can finish the game in  5 hours (more or less) but another hour is needed to collect all BTMs
-  40 BTMs to collect including Super Meat Boy, Minecraft, Battleblock Theater, Tetris, Lode Runner, Spelunky,...
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