Don’t step on the white block

Don’t step on the white block

Don’t step on the white block is a game that offers a unique concept for the gameplay. The game is very simple but at the same time difficult and challenging. It does not test your logic – rather it wants to see how fast with your fingers you are.

This app does not come with 3D graphics – instead it offers you a grid with a number of rectangle blocks. You have to press or “step” on the black ones only as stepping on a white block will instantly kill you. Once you do the last row of blocks will disappear thus giving you the illusion that you are actually running. There are two game modes – the first one will give a certain amount of time that you must use to get to the level end or you are dead; the second one will measure the time you needed to get to the end of the level. This is pretty much what the game is all about.

Don’t step on the white block is an original application that can be found for free on Google Play here.

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