Blocks is a 3D Jump n' Run game. You play in a small world, that is made completely out of blocks of wood. To win, you have to collect marbles and reach the goal.
The game is set in a small world, that is completely made out of blocks of wood, where you can move around freely.
To complete a level, you have to find enough marbles and reach the goal. To do this, you will sometimes need to move blocks by pulling and pushing and perform wall-jumps.
Blocks has some nice graphical effects like Per Pixel Lighting, Depth of Field or advanced global Shadow Mapping.
The best method to play Blocks, is by using an analog gamepad. There is a Mouse+Keyboard mode, but it is nowhere near as good as playing with a controller.
You will need a modern nVidia GPU to play Blocks. (>= geForce 6800) This is because I never had the opportunity to test the game on a Radeon. I removed all obvious nVidia-Only features, but I did not have any success on Ati/AMD accelerators.
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