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Description

Find the path, get the stars.Go and unlock the ball.

Unblock Ball is a simple puzzle game that makes people feel like they are thinking. By moving the square, look for the path and direct the ball to roll to the target square. But the metal block cannot move. When you move the box and connect the path, the ball will scroll by itself. Some squares have stars to collect, choose squares with stars as a path, and try to collect more stars!

Features:
Over 300 awesome levels and updates will be continued!
Every level has three stars to collect!
No time limit,No Wi-fi need, Totally tree to play!

Easy to learn but hard to master. Ready to roll? Download now!

What’s New

Version 1.2.7

fix bugs.

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
19.1K Ratings

19.1K Ratings

Bill0103 ,

Good not Excellent

I’m currently at Level 350 so that might be enough to tell you my opinion. I love the concept. I’ve always liked and have been great and slide puzzles. So why not 5 stars then? Two reasons: An ad after every level and it’s too easy. You can skip the ad right away so I’ve been ok playing it but a took a star off. Also it’s too easy for me. Now I’m 40 and I realize I may be a lot older than the target audience so I’m giving a pass on that. It’s a good app for younger kids. Teaches spacial recognition and puzzle solving. Word of advice play until at least level 70 because it is mind numbingly easy at the early levels but does get you to think for a couple seconds at least after 70 every so often.

One way to increase the challenge I found it trying to solve the puzzle without getting any stars, using as few blocks as possible for a three star solution or using as many as possible. There are indeed many levels with multiple 3 star solutions. Try to find them all.

To the developer there appears to be a minor bug. When you get a 3 star solution it says “Good” but when you get a 2 star solution it says “Excellent”. “Excellent” is better than “Good” so they should be reversed since 3 stars would be the goal.

Anyone know how many levels there are?

MikeLife85 ,

Great Idea BUT......

I played 12 levels and felt compelled to write a review, which I rarely due so take this for what it's worth. This game is a Great design and concept but! It feels like it went a different direction, creatively, once it was completed. The author clearly decided that Aggressive ads after every single level was the best way to make money back on their investment, which is pure greed. Playability is greatly diminished and negated due to the ads. I'm a developer as well and the Ads can be easily adjusted for every other level, every 3 levels, or even just a 20,30,40% of the time. The second issue is how easy the levels are, it would be nice to have a difficulty option in the beginning where you can choose Easy, Medium, Hard for example. Also, let the user hit the marble instead of auto-triggering it. Again, great idea but very poor follow-through and execution. Here's an idea Mr/Mrs Author, pretend your a player or have 5 friends / family members and 5 strangers play this game and ask for feedback... See where you end up and re read my post. If you want to make money, always decide on playability versus profitability.... a user playing this game for months will make you more
money over time with fewer ads than frustrated users like me whom uninstall after the first day, 5-10 levels.

mechers ,

Not Bad, but...

This game is no different than other games of this type. The first 10 levels are an insult to your intelligence. You have to move one or two tiles to solve the puzzle. I guess the developers have figured that we have never played a game like this before and need all the help we can get. Secondly, I believe you are able to play the first two or three levels without an ad. After that, after EVERY FREAKING LEVEL you get an ad. Granted, most are five seconds or less, but they are AFTER EVERY LEVEL!! This many ads are totally unnecessary. As you progress, the levels are increasingly more difficult, but the amount of ads is terrible. I have played about 20 levels, so once I have played more I will give an update to this review. That is IF I play for that many more levels. Unless the ads decrease (which they won’t) I will stay at three stars. If you like this type of game, and like ads, then consider playing it. Again, it is like every other game of this type, not really anything new that I can see, but only I have played about 20 levels.

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