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Blocks of Battle was created for the Unofficial Gameboy Jam.  Sadly I joined in very late, so I only had around 6 days to develop it. I feel like I could have done more if I started earlier, but what is here is playable, fun, and (mostly) bug free!

You are a knight whose sole purpose in life is to defeat the three evil puzzle guardians!
These three evil guardians have taken control of your kingdom and forced them to toil endlessly creating blocks for their evil castles!

You will build combos using their very own blocks by matching them vertically and horizontally. When your combo is finished you will deal damage to the enemy's healthbar equal to the value of your Power (indicated above your own personal avatar, shown as "P:#".

The enemy's health bar is shown on the right side, yours on the left.

The longer your combo goes on for the more time you have in between matches to add to it! So start building that combo and never let it stop. 


Go forth, loyal knight, and defeat your foes using...

************************BLOCKS OF BATTLE!!***************************************

More information

Published 71 days ago
StatusReleased
PlatformsWindows
Release date 71 days ago
Authorriotpopper
GenrePuzzle
Tags8-bit, blocks, cheap, evilsnail, fun, gameboy, gamejam, hectic, nostalgic, Retro
Average sessionA few minutes
LanguagesEnglish
InputsKeyboard

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Blocks of Battle.zip 6 MB

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Hi there! I thought you'd like to know that your game was featured in my Indie Gameboy Games video! ^^ 

I'm so glad you liked the game! I'm working on developing a "Next Gen" version, keeping itself faithful to SNES limitations. (For that I'm mostly focusing on the pallette and adding more gameplay mechanics to keep different stages more unique.)

I'm going to be working with Visager again for music, I'll keep you updated on that :)

Love your video format by the way, I appreciate your focus on keeping to the gameboy's limitations :D