Unfortunately, right at the end of the post, there was a game. Not just any game, but a puzzle game. Can you see where this is going? So, I clicked on the game and, well, that was the end of my reader (which currently has 111 unread items) and everything else I was going to do! It’s called Continuity, and if you like spatial puzzles (and you know I do) you might just love it!
The basics: You want to pick up the key(s) and then go to the door. To do so, you must move between blocks. You can only go between blocks when they match up exactly. You have to move the blocks to make this happen.
Essentially, you have to find the right path of moving yourself and moving the boxes (which you can switch between) to accomplish these goals.
It is incredibly addictive. It also doesn’t come with any rules or hints as far as I can tell, which just makes it more elusive and interesting.
Here’s some tips if you decide to play: you can match any side of a box, you use the space bar to swap between moving blocks and moving the little guy (who reminds me a lot of the Spacestation Theta guy!) instantly, if the bottom of your box is empty and doesn’t match the one below it, you fall and die, don’t do that!
So, who’s in? I only have 11 levels to go of 32!