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Players must guide Blob over multiple obstacles, outmanoeuvre the various enemies they will come into contact with and set the fastest time possible for each level in order to achieve a high score.  With family friendly  graphics and easy to learn controls, the game is playable by all age ranges.  However, with online leaderboards for the fastest players, Blox can keep even the most hardcore entertained.  Blox features 50 levels ready for launch spread across five different themed areas, each with their own challenges and enemies for the player to best.
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