It takes a second glance to tell the orange from the red/orange pieces, which would be much better if they didn't have the same colors. It's hard to scroll through your pieces without grabbing one unintentionally, which has to be cancelled. As you run out of pieces you have to scroll back and forth through a large subwindow that has no edges. You can miss noticing big pieces you haven't placed yet. The menu is impossible to find until you experiment swiping from the edges. Massively fun game theoretically. Not much of an opponent, easy to beat even on level 4. Hope they get clearer graphics soon.
I like the game. I can't see the scores very well
Horrible version. They have removed settings etc. No message who won at the end.
Good game but could be improved It's free, simple, and replicates Blokus well. But it needs more than 4 difficulty levels. Would be nice to be able to change colors since red and orange can be hard to differentiate. Opponent always wins ties. Sometimes blocks get stuck when positioning but can always X out and do the move again. Themes and sound might also be nice.
Loving it -- but room for improvements Obviously, the original board game is excellent so it is hard to fail. However, there are several improvements that could be made such as better support for multiple simultaneous players, higher levels of more clever computer adversaries. Also, a few times I have noticed how the yellow player simply gives up early on in the game. How do I play other colors than red?
Great game! I love the board game Blokus, and this is just like it. Some of the other versions you don't have the ability to flip the pieces, this game you can. I have the Trigon board version also (little pieces are triangle shape). It would be great to have that version too. Can play against the program, or others.
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