Bloxitivity is a puzzle/platformer with a powerful twist - you get to create the puzzles and then share them with friends and fans using the Steam Workshop or the XML files used by the game! What will you create?
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Release Date: Jan 21, 2016

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“I recommend it for anyone who enjoys the challenge of casual puzzles; as both consumer and designer!”
82/100 – Gamers Haven

“Bloxtivity is a lot of fun. If you want to give your brain a nice workout, this game is a good choice.”
8/10 – Electric Sista Hood

“Bloxitivity as a whole is most certainly worth your while if you're a fan of puzzle-games.”
7/10 – Spieletester

About This Game

Bloxitivity is a puzzle/platformer with a powerful twist - you get to create the puzzles! Using the built-in level creator you're given the power to create intricate puzzles which you can share with friends and fans instantly using the Steam Workshop or directly by sharing the XML files used by the game. Build your levels with a host of tools and placements such as different colored blox and goals, teleporters, enemy spawners, conveyors, and more! Then share them with others for playing, streaming, or simply to show off what you've made. It's not just a game - it's a tool that unleashes your creativity. What will you create?

Move around unique stages created by fellow players as you push and pull blox onto matching goals with your powerful beam weapons. Switch between three different camera angles to get the best view of the action. Utilize your movement, dashing, and double jumping capabilities to traverse platforming elements and dodge enemies, or blast them off of the platforms so that you can solve each puzzle and clear the level.

Bloxitivity comes with an assortment of initial levels that serve as examples to inspire you and fuel your creativity. As free updates to the game are released, we'll be adding even more official levels created by the development team behind the game; 55 Revolver. You can also download and play levels that you and other Bloxitivity players have created using the level creator.

Inside the level creator you'll find all the tools you need to build your own puzzle/platformer levels including time and weather controls, spawn points, and more! Create as many levels as you like, test 'em out, then share them with others by uploading them to the Steam Workshop or by sharing the XML files that the game reads from. Make stages that will stump your friends, or create a relaxing setting to take the edge off. It's your game, make it the way you want it!

  • Features:
  • 25 Initial levels to play through as examples and inspiration
  • More official levels coming soon in free updates
  • Download levels created by others from the Steam Workshop or via XML files
  • Create your own levels using a robust level creator
  • Share your levels with friends and fans
  • Unique push/pull beam lets you move blox from a distance and blast away enemies
  • Multiple camera angles give you the best view at all times

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows XP or later
    • Processor: Intel Pentium 4 2.4ghz or equivalent
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 1GB VRAM, Open GL Support
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Storage: 500MB MB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0 Compatible
    • OS: Windows 7 or later
    • Processor: Intel Pentium 4 3.0ghz or equivalent
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 1GB VRAM, Open GL Support
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Storage: 1 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX 11.0 Compatible
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15 of 19 people (79%) found this review helpful
3.0 hrs on record
Posted: January 21
[!] Updaded my review according to some aspects.

I won this game on SG from developer and since I love puzzle games - first thing I did was obviously install and instant play. Haven't played it too much yet, but it is enough to get the idea of the game.

-= About the Game =-

So you are in control of futuristic bot-like creature on a land where is no escape and only thing you can do is solve puzzles. There are 25 puzzles available + extras, but the main idea of this game is to create and share puzzles too, not just play them. So I am sure in the future there will be an incredible amount of puzzles available.

Puzzles concept is nothing too special. You have a layout with specific spaces marked in colours and also the same amount of cubes which you have to place in their marked position.

You have to place cubes via control of your robot character. Left mouse button pushes cubes, right one - makes them come closer. You can also use spacebar to jump and so far jumping has a huge role in this game.

This game has also a cool level editor as far as I have experienced.

All action is places in the middle of ocean with no escape and salted with 3 minutes soundtrack loop.

-= Gameplay Mechanics =-

Seems quite easy and simple, but it's not THAT easy at all. And unfortunately not just puzzles makes it to be so, but game itself too.

Controls are bit "floaty" with acceleration, which sometimes can lead to your robot going to swim, rather than pushing cubes around.

You can always use "c" key to go throught different camera modes (top-down, first person etc), which is really big plus for the game.

You can only move blocks straight line. Good thing is that they fix themself in to the nearest square automatically when they get moved, so it's easy to fit them in where you need them to be. The bad thing is that there are levels where you have to remove unecessary blocks via pushing them to water and since you are limited to blocks movements only by straight line, if you stand a bit aside of the block you wont be able to push it towards or away from you, so you will have to move right in front of cubes to do so which may take lots of time to do so.

-= My Verdict =-

In general it is nothing special from other puzzle games. The only difference is that this game has different options of camera, etc third person view. Note, that I haven't encountered any bugs yet myself, but after recent updates game's performance became really bad.

I cannot quite recommend it yet 100%, because those first two points I named above are important to me to enjoy this game and without them at the moment it's more like confusion and annoying equals the enjoyement it offers.

Also the game started to lag a lot, and I mean a lot. At first I was playing it on max without any problems, but suddenly after few of updates game just started to lag awfully and changing settings from low to max and back doesn't give any impact. Might be a glitch, hope it will be fixed.

At the end, the price of 11.99 euros is way too much for it. If you will get it for at least 2.99 or something like that and love puzzles - give it a try.
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6 of 7 people (86%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
8.3 hrs on record
Posted: May 5
Product received for free
While Bloxitivity isn't the most creative or challanging game, it does work reasonably well. The mechanics are simple, you can move around the stage and jump over blocks, then solve puzzles by pushing and pulling colored blocks onto matching tiles. The main game has 25 levels and seems to be leaning heavily on user-generated levels for replayability.

The issue I have with this game, and the reason I can't recommend it, is I just didn't have much fun. This is essentially a sliding block puzzle in third, which makes solving the puzzles more slow and tedious than anything. The music is okay, but the art design is bland and uninspired; flat metallic cubes on floating platforms surrounded by a generic sky box. The player character is just a couple basic shapes crammed together. The story is delivered in static images and a small exposition dump.

Bottom line, there isn't much here, so unless you desperately need a third person sliding block puzzle game, this is safe to skip. If you do get it, at least it's functional, but I did have some physics issues (blocks that wouldn't fall off platform, pushing another block into them tended to knock over the hanging block though).
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4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
0.4 hrs on record
Posted: May 22
Product received for free
So lets begin. First of all the controls are not that great. Same for the camera angles. Also when first launching the resolution is all messed up. All of that aside the most important thing is, is that this game is simply not fun. In order to complete the puzzles you have to manually move blocks around. This is especially tedious becuase in order to move a block you have to be standing directly infront of it. Puzzle games should be difficult and fun. This game is just simply difficult. 3/10
Unless you can get it for under $1 you should pass.
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4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
4.8 hrs on record
Posted: June 12
The angles in this game are horrible. There are better and cheaper puzzle games that you can buy that won't give you a headache playing.
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5 of 9 people (56%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
3.6 hrs on record
Posted: February 2
A 3D Puzzle Game About Moving Colored Boxes Across a Grid
+ Puzzles can be quite challenging especially on later stages
+ Graphically although pretty plain and textureless, the very large ocean environment that's around you is quite pleasent to see.
+ Controls are easy to understand
+ The background music is pretty good and goes along nicely with the game

- many levels are "too long" meaning they take a very long time to solve, and figure out what to do making them more of a chore than "fun"
- Frustratingly easy to mess-up, as in if you push a block off the edge into the water you have to restart, if you fall in the water restart, if push a block into the wrong space restart.
- The "Story" seemed shoved in at the last moment and doesn't really add much to the game.
- Lacks variety between levels, they do get harder, and there's a few new obstacles but that's about it.

Minor Issue: Volume Bug, at default levels I could not hear most the sound effects in the game, i had to go into the game options and raise them.

I'm not recommending this game mainly because I didn't find it all that "fun", and I may have a slight bias since I'm not the biggest fan of puzzle games however I do like one's with variety which this game just did not have much of.
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12 of 24 people (50%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
4.7 hrs on record
Posted: January 24
Review Key dos brode

Our reviews are simple,direct to the point that interests,an overall quality of the game and a final consideration.

Game: Bloxitivity
Genre: Indie/Puzzle

Graphics: 9/10
History: 0/10(The game doesn't have history)
Gameplay: 9/10
Sounds: 9.5/10
Replayability: 10/10

Final Consideration:Bloxitivity is a puzzle game where the main focus is on creating your own levels and sharing to the community,making the gameplay time big and fun,and seriously the game is cheap for all the content it shows.
Super recommended for puzzle games fans.

Review para Key dos brode:

Nossas Reviews são simples,direto ao ponto que interessa,um resumo da qualidade do game em geral,e uma consideração final.

Jogo: Bloxitivity
Genero: Indie/Puzzle

Graficos: 9/10
Historia: 0/10(O jogo não possui história)
Jogabilidade: 9/10
Sons/Músicas: 9.5/10
Rejogabilidade: 10/10

Consideração Final: Bloxitivity é um jogo que o foco principal é criar seus proprios niveis e compartilhar com a comunidade,fazendo que seja mais divertido jogá-lo,e sinceramente este jogo é barato para todo conteudo que oferece.
Super Recomendado!
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
16.2 hrs on record
Posted: May 26
Product received for free
Bloxitivity is an interesting game, based on solving puzzles as a small robot. It is presented well on Steam. Bloxitivity is a 3D puzzle game. While it plays well and its controls are intuitive, its graphics are not its selling point. The sound reminds me of games from the early 2000s, with music loops that can get on your nerves quite quickly. The game seems to be put together well.

It is a very simple game, but the inclusion of the Steam Workshop allows for users to share their levels that they created. This extends gameplay beyond what's already included

I do enjoy this game. However, I wouldn't suggest paying full price for it. I would wait until it is on sale. The current $12 asking price seems a bit high for what you get with this game.

Game does include Steam Trading Cards.

I would rate this game 3.5 stars out of 5.

NOTE: I recieved a Product Key for this game in a giveaway
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1 of 3 people (33%) found this review helpful
3.6 hrs on record
Posted: May 29
Product received for free
You find yourself in a puzzle-platform, surrounded by sea and sky
Begin to unravel the mystery of what you are and where you're going
Push and Pull, the pieces fit; Oil is proof of your toil to transcend this coil
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7 of 17 people (41%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
0.1 hrs on record
Posted: January 25
Controls from hell on this overpriced 3D Sokoban. Overheated my high-end GeForce card even on the lower graphics setting. Instant refund.
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1 of 5 people (20%) found this review helpful
5.7 hrs on record
Posted: February 11
I only downloaded this game because of a friend's recommendation, but I quite enjoyed it and got addicted until I reached the more difficult levels. To be honest, the logo and promo art looks different from the actual art in the game. Obviously, in-game is 3D. I love the bright and colorful logo, but the color scheme in-game feels kinda gloomy. But this is probably because of the weather settings in each level. I've also tried the level editor and it's fun to create your own puzzles. However, it gets kinda difficult to use and when I added too many objects, the game started to lag. Reported this to the devs and they were helpful though. Overall, I recommend this game but I believe it can still be improved.

P.S. Can I suggest adding an indicator of which levels I already completed? I always forget where I stopped.

P.P.S. Controls can be a bit difficult sometimes. Depending on which camera mode you're using.
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2.7 hrs
Posted: August 3
Product received for free
decent puzzle game but 11 USD is far too much. wait for a sale
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1.0 hrs
Posted: July 2
Product received for free
I can run DS3 Maxed Out but I can't open this game without a "Not Responding" message.
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