Klocki is my second puzzle game after successful Hook.
Its a relaxing game, that is loaded with a lot of different features.
Your goal is to connect different types of lines together. Calming music and sounds were made by Wojciech Wasiak.
Thank you for playing and supporting me!
minor bug fixes, store translations
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
This absorbing puzzler is so minimalist there’s no start screen, no logos, no instructions—it just begins. We quickly got lost in the challenge of rearranging tiles, Rubik’s Cube–style, so a single line runs through each pattern. Our advice: sort out the corners and other unique tiles first, then the rest will snap quickly into place.
Klocki puts a unique twist on classic game mechanics and ideas. Using multiple mechanics together makes for diverse levels and a variety of challenges. The music, colors, and overall aesthetic of the game work well together. The only reason I am not giving the game 5 stars is the number of levels and organization. I'm sure the developer will be adding levels at some point in the future, but after completing the last level, I was sent directly back to the first. This was a bit confusing before I realized I had finished the game. It would be helpful to have some sort of home screen or level select, to allow for smoother gameplay. Other than that, this is an excellent game, and I can play it for hours on end.
Top Notch Style, Gameplay, and Music
Let's start with just the basics of the game. Klocki is a quite simple game, simple style, easy play, with soothing music and an adorable art style.
It's just the right difficulty to keep you on your toes, but not too hard as to make you want to give up as quickly as possible. Klocki's difficulty level advances as you keep going, leaving you with absolutely no direction, and leaving you to figure out exactly what you have to do. It's fun, and trains your brain. I won't spoil anything, but it sure is keeping me on my feet.
Besides the cool gameplay and action, let me tell you about the design. The appearance is quite classy and cute, with matching pastel colors blending to create a beautiful design. The designer is so, so talented. It becomes clear in the pictures just how hard it is. Simple, classy, elegant, not too noisy, and soothing for the eyes.
Lastly, the music is top notch. In a game like this, where it can be easy to become frustrated because the puzzles become more and more difficult, music helps a lot. There are cute sound effects as you move the blocks that tune perfectly into the other music. The other music, almost like the theme music is calming and serene- but not too much to the point where it gets annoying. What more could I ask for??
Overall, my experience with this game a has been overwhelming amazingly. I highly recommend this to everyone!! You will not regret.
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