Lock The Block - this casual game will be required from a gamer of a sense of rhythm, unsurpassed dexterity and accuracy of movements. All you need is an excellent timekiller in this product from the studio BoomBit Games there - nice graphics, quality animation and intuitive control, which without the slightest problem will understand even a small child. So, the basis of the gameplay is the need to create funny characters from the available elements, some kind of spare parts. The key object is located exactly in the middle of the screen, and in a peculiar orbit all kinds of components, for example, heads, limbs, accessories and so on, swirl at different speeds. The user's goal is to tap on the Android device's display in time, so that the orbiting component takes its place in the desired design, that is, harmoniously added the whole picture. Elements appear on the playing field gradually, however, the gamer is given away a few seconds to determine the point of their articulation with the main structure. After all, it is inconceivable that the hand is instead of the head, is not it? Although the project and relate to the casual category, the developers still were not too lazy to diversify it by introducing different variants of complexity - the rotation of components in orbit occurs in snatches, with different speeds, besides constantly changing the direction of movement, which is pretty confusing and makes the user to do annoying , And sometimes quite funny mistakes. Any discrepancy drops to the beginning of the level, so to correctly create at least one character takes several tries.
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