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The challenge is in determining a correct sequence to slide the blocks. The challenge really ramps up with the addition of special blocks including Fire Blocks and Stop Blocks, as well as Arrow Blocks, which alter the direction of sliding blocks.

- Just two rules: Fill all the holes. Use all the blocks.
- In-game discussion page for each puzzle
- Consuming and relaxing experience - get lost in this unique puzzle game
- Custom designed for both tablet and smartphone experiences
- Free to download with fifty puzzles to solve, and extra puzzle packs available for purchase
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