Blosics 2

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Blosics 2 Instructions

The control scheme of Blosics 2 is as easy as it could get. Just like the original Blosics game along with other physics games out there, this is played entirely with the mouse. Just click the left click button to summon that nasty black ball. Hold the mouse button down until you get the right power for your shot. To change the angle or trajectory of your shot, just move the mouse / cursor. Once everything is in place, just release the mouse and watch in delight as those blocks tumble down into the deep. Now that we're done with the controls, let's have a closer look at the game.

Blosics 2 Walkthrough

What?! You haven't played any of the Blosics games yet? Well, you are missing out some of the most entertaining and mind-boggling physics games in the planet. The objective of the game is as straightforward as it could get. Using that black ball that you can summon with a click of a mouse, you need to send those green blocks tumbling down. Aside from that, to move on to the next level, you need to score 100 / 100 for that level. One nice thing that the game authors did here is that the Restarts are now free! Yeah! That means you can give free reign to your imagination and craziness -try different techniques, outrageous shooting angles, and everything else in between.

However, to balance that change, Blosics 2 now introduces 4 balls - 5, 10, 20, and 30. The numbers represent the sizes of these balls. The heavier and BIGGER the ball, the more expensive it is. Back in the original Blosics game, each ball, regardless of how BIG or heavy it is, requires 4 points. This time around, the size represents the ball's cost. For example: a 30-ball costs you 30 points. That said, selecting the RIGHT ball for the job is VERY crucial. Just like in the original physics game in the series, you can't afford to be trigger happy.

The 2 blocks are back in this game - the red and green ones. The idea behind these is very simple - the green blocks, when sent down, earn you points. BUT that's a BIG no-no for the red blocks. Do that and you can watch your score get slashed off. Go for the green blocks BUT leave the red ones ALONE!

When it comes to strategy, to be honest, it's impossible to put up a step by step guide for a physics game like Blosics 2. Just like other games in the genre, it relies more on feel and experience rather than laser accurate calculation. Well, if you are a walking super computer who could calculate trajectory, etc. at a glance, go ahead. While there's a walkthrough for this physics game, I don't think that it's the only way to go about it. I must say that this game is very rich. There are numerous strategies and techniques that you can come up with. And remember, you can spam the restart button now so you shouldn't worry about making a mistake or two.

That said, I think you have to orient yourself on the 3 platforms that the game has. First off, there's the stone platform, which is pretty neutral. Nothing special here. Moving to the next, there's the rubber platform. As you can tell, it's bouncy. You can use these platforms to your advantage by making your ball bounce to hit the blocks from the right angle. The rubber platform is particularly useful if there are red blocks that are in the way.

Last BUT not the least, there's the slippery ice platform, which almost doubles the effect and force of your shots. You want to be careful when the blocks are on this platform especially when the red ones are on top. You want to tone down the power of your shot and the size of your ball. Otherwise, those red blocks will come tumbling down, which you don't want to happen.

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