Blockadillo

Blockadillo

Blockadillo is a small-sized but fun game where you have to complete levels by smashing blocks with an armadillo that flies around!

The game consists of numerous levels that you have to complete and the gameplay inside is really simple. After a short intro screen where you can change the in-game options, you start with the first level. The armadillo you get flies around on its own and all you can do is steer it by touching the screen left and right. A bit later you will have to smash blocks with varying colors but to do so your armadillo must match the colors of the blocks that are to be smashed. Changing the color is easy – just touch a color-changing block and you are good to go. When you are done, the game measures the time you needed to complete the level and gives you golden stars – the more the better with three being the most.

This is what Blockadillo is all about. The game is a perfect time killer but nothing more. It will keep you occupied with its simple gameplay and this is it. Speaking of simplicity, the game comes with 2D graphics only and nothing more but in reality you do not need anything else.

Blockadillo is here on Google Play.

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