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[APP][4.1+] Block Puzzle Bricks

This is a discussion on [APP][4.1+] Block Puzzle Bricks within the Advertising & Marketing forums, part of the Internet Marketing category; Block Puzzle Bricks is a free puzzle game. You can enjoy it anytime, anywhere. Block Puzzle Bricks has been carefully ...

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    Default [APP][4.1+] Block Puzzle Bricks

    Block Puzzle Bricks is a free puzzle game. You can enjoy it anytime, anywhere.

    Block Puzzle Bricks has been carefully designed for beautiful layout and colors,
    which will bring you a relaxing and happy feeling. You can't stop playing it once you started the game.

    Some experts have even rated Block Puzzle Bricks higher than some well-known block puzzle games like Block Puzzle Jewel or Wood Block Puzzle, because of the chilling and satisfying feelings of the game.

    How to Play:

    + Drag and drop the blocks into the best place.
    + Take your time to think and plan. No time limit.
    + You will get a score each time a line is fulfilled.
    + You can not rotate the block.
    + Game will be over if there is no room left for any shapes.

    Game Features:
    + Totally free.
    + Interesting Block Puzzle.
    + Block puzzle game with beautiful design and serene sounds.
    + Various blocks and colorful graphics.
    + Casual puzzle game.
    + Play easily and quickly.
    + Blocks can't be rotated.
    + Simple and attractive.
    + Beautifully simple and fun.
    + No Wifi needed.
    + Play anytime, anywhere.
    + Small game size which won't take up your phone's space.

    Download link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...ckpuzzlebricks

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    Default Re: [APP][4.1+] Block Puzzle Bricks

    There are mentions of blocks or "dice" with alphabets inscribed on them used as entertaining educational tools in the works of English writer and inventor [FONT=sans-serif][COLOR=#0b0080]Hugh Plat[/COLOR][/FONT] (his 1594 book The Jewel House of Art and Nature) and English philosopher [COLOR=#0b0080]John Locke[/COLOR] (his 1693 essay Thoughts Concerning Education).[COLOR=#0b0080][1][/COLOR][COLOR=#0b0080][2][/COLOR] Plat described them as "the child using to play much with them, and being always told what letter chanceth, will soon gain his Alphabet" and Locke noted "Thus Children may be cozen’d into a Knowledge of the Letters; be taught to read, without perceiving it to be anything but a Sport".