DOS game, 1992
The main objective in Brix is to meticulously stack various shapes to match a specific pattern shown on the map. This requires careful planning and foresight, as each move can significantly alter the game board. With 112 levels to conquer, the game starts off relatively easy, allowing players to get a feel for the mechanics. However, as you progress, the difficulty ramps up considerably, demanding more complex and thoughtful strategies.
Each level presents a new challenge, with the shapes and patterns becoming increasingly complex. This gradual increase in difficulty ensures that the game remains both interesting and challenging, keeping players engaged for hours.
Brix stands out for its simplicity in design yet complexity in execution. It's a game that tests your problem-solving skills and quick thinking, making it a cherished title among puzzle game enthusiasts. The journey from the first level to the 112th is not just about solving puzzles; it's about evolving your approach and strategy to meet the ever-increasing challenges that Brix offers.
Do you know tetris and memory? If not, you were probably born in a cave or a jungle ... Do you know Brix? not? Maybe so, but until recently I belonged to the second group - in the case of Tetris forest. Brix is also Texeso or Petris ...
Brix is a game very similar to Tetris, only it is completely different. So it pays to play it. In this game, you also get rid of the dice by straightening them, but that's the end of all similarities. In the game there are a number of differently marked cubes, which, as in the memory of a pair of pictures, you put together. You can only move the cubes horizontally or drop them. As soon as you find a friend of the same kind, they will disappear and no longer spoil your life. Once you have removed them all, proceed to the next level. The whole game is kind of a tree structure, you have more options for each level (Pascal's triangle ...).
The trick of the game is the time limit, so you can't go for a coffee and meanwhile think about how to stack the dice. No no, pretty fast. The first levels last only a few seconds, but in the next there is a time limit.
Reviewed by Anonym – 1. april 2014
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