Fullblox

System: Nintendo 3DS Release date: 14/05/2015

Push your puzzle-solving skills to their fullest in Fullblox, only available from Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS family systems! In each Fullblox puzzle you’ll be faced with a colourful 3D structure made of blocks, and you’ll need to figure out a way to the goal at the top by pushing and pulling blocks to create steps and clear routes. Each block can be dragged from all directions, but this time the blocks don’t move from their original position – they expand!

You can download Fullblox from Nintendo eShop to try seven levels for free*. Once you’ve got to grips with the basics, you can choose to purchase additional attractions – packs of Fullblox puzzles – to gain access to loads of brand new brainteasers. Attractions can be purchased separately or together as a bundle. If you choose to purchase an attraction, you can also create and share Fullblox puzzles with other players using Fullblox Studio.

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You can scan this QR Code to see Fullblox on Nintendo eShop. Find out how to scan the QR Code.

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After you have completed the purchase, the content will be downloaded to the applicable system linked to your Nintendo Account, or your Nintendo Network ID in the case of Wii U or Nintendo 3DS family systems. This system must be updated to the latest system software and connected to the internet with automatic downloads enabled, and it must have enough storage to complete the download. Depending on the system/console/hardware model you own and your use of it, an additional storage device may be required to download software from Nintendo eShop. Please visit our Support section for more information.

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Gameplay

Fullblox is all about pushing and pulling blocks to create routes up a variety of structures, from abstract shapes to familiar objects, to reach the goal flag. Tug a segment from any side and, as long as its path isn’t obstructed, it’ll stretch out. Each block can be expanded up to two squares in all directions. Now even the smallest section can become a useful platform! Before you can complete a Fullblox puzzle, you’ll need to pull out the block marked with a flag to reveal the goal, and pulling certain blocks will also reveal gadgets, such as manholes that let you travel from one block to another as quick as a flash.

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Work the angles

As blocks can be pulled in all directions – from the front, the back and the sides – it’s important to think carefully about 3D space as you play. It’s not enough to look at a structure from the front alone – you have to examine them from every angle. An essential segment that you need to move might be hidden, only visible from the back of the structure, so walk all around each Fullblox puzzle and twist, turn and zoom the camera to see every possibility!

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Turn back time

If you make a mistake, like pulling the wrong block or falling off the structure, you can use the rewind function to turn back a certain amount of time and have another go. You can rewind as often as you like, so don’t be afraid to take risks! If you get completely stuck and want a fresh start, you can hit a reset switch to begin the Fullblox puzzle all over again.

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Share your favourites

If you find a Fullblox that you particularly like, mark it as your favourite after completing it. If StreetPass is activated, you can share your favourite Fullblox puzzle with other players that you pass by, allowing them to try it out too if they have purchased the relevant attraction.

There are many different Fullblox puzzles to play around with. Find out more about the attractions available to purchase in the Purchasable Attractions section.

Purchasable Attractions

More Fullblox puzzles are available with purchasable attractions. There are four purchasable attractions to choose from, each with its own unique theme and character. If you’re a beginner and want a gentler introduction to Fullblox, Mallo’s Playtime Plaza is the way to go, but if you’re after adventure then you might prefer Corin’s Fortress of Fun. Familiar objects take on a puzzling new light in Poppy’s Sculpture Square, while retro gamers can solve Fullblox puzzles based on 8-bit favourites with Papa Blox’s NES Expo.

Attractions can be purchased separately or together as a bundle. If you choose to purchase any attractions, Fullblox Studio will unlock, which allows you to create and share Fullblox puzzles with other players! If you complete all Fullblox puzzles from the purchasable attractions, you can also unlock a further attraction with even more Fullblox: The Perilous Peak.

Mallo’s Playtime Plaza

A great all-round attraction! As Mallo, solve Fullblox puzzles set around abstract shapes and familiar objects. Relax, take your time and explore the possibilities of Fullblox.

Contains 100 Fullblox puzzles.

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Poppy’s Sculpture Square

These familiar objects have never been so puzzling! Play as Poppy and use all your skills to solve sculptures based on all kinds of items, from fizzy drinks and flowers to frogs and helicopters.

Contains 50 Fullblox puzzles.

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Corin’s Fortress of Fun

You’ve got to be on your toes when controlling Corin: these Fullblox are filled with gizmos and enemies that will knock you back to the bottom of the puzzle. Plus, you’ve only got a certain amount of time to get to the goal! Use enemies as moving platforms, and try to get the best time!

Contains 50 Fullblox puzzles.

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Papa Blox’s NES Expo

An 8-bit wonderland awaits! Papa Blox has put together plenty of retro puzzles based on classic Nintendo games. Can you navigate sprites from Super Mario Bros., Donkey Kong, Ice Climbers and more?

Contains 50 Fullblox puzzles.

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Bundle

You can choose to purchase all four attractions in a bundle, including over 250 Fullblox puzzles. By completing all the Fullblox puzzles from the purchasable packs, you can also unlock a further attraction with even more Fullblox: The Perilous Peak. Do you have what it takes to finish the final attraction?

Please check Nintendo eShop to get the latest pricing information.

Fullblox Studio

If you choose to buy any of the purchasable attractions, you’ll also gain access to Fullblox Studio, allowing you to create and share Fullblox puzzles with other players. Experiment with shapes, recreate interesting objects and beloved characters, or try to out-puzzle your pals!

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Designing Fullblox puzzles can be as simple or as complicated as you like, and there are two modes of creation. In 3D Mode, create three-dimensional Fullblox puzzles with multiple layers, or use 2D Mode to build a Fullblox puzzle on a single layer. 3D Mode is great for creating complex Fullblox with loads of sections and completely different layers, while 2D Mode allows you to focus on drawing a pattern that you like.

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Whichever mode you choose, use the Touch Screen to sketch out your Fullblox puzzle and add gadgets – as you solve Fullblox puzzles from the purchasable attractions, you’ll unlock more tools to use. You can even personalise your Fullblox further by adding stickers to blocks, and easily move around entire sections. When you’re done, choose a name and difficulty setting, then create a Fullblox Card, including a QR Code, so that you can share it with other players. Fullblox Cards can be viewed in the Nintendo 3DS Camera application.

Fullblox puzzles created in 2D Mode can, however, be copied, edited or turned into a new Fullblox Card by other players. However, Fullblox puzzles created in 3D Mode cannot be copied, edited or turned into a new Fullblox Card by players other than the creator.

Categories

Puzzle

Players

1

Publisher

Nintendo

Developer

Intelligent Systems

More information

Age rating

  • 3
QR Code

You can scan this QR Code to see the game on Nintendo eShop

Nintendo 3DS download software

System

Nintendo 3DS (European version)

Release date

14/05/2015

Age rating

3

Languages

German, English, Spanish, French, Italian

Download size

708 blocks