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Brick Blockade is a fun and challenging Lego game! The goal is to get Emmet through the blockade of bricks and off the board. This maze is unique because the path keeps changing shape when the pieces move. The board is a 6x6 grid with 11 pieces which will try to block your way to the finish! There are tall and short pieces and some can even move diagonally! Also, because of the variety of piece styles, it is easy to design your own levels! And you can even create your own game pieces with the Lego bricks! You can play this game many ways such as playing the levels alone, creating your own levels, or timing yourself and your friends to see who can finish the fastest!
About the pieces:
- Brick pieces: These pieces only slide forward and backward.
- Plate pieces: These slide the same way as the Brick Pieces but they can also go under the Arch Pieces.
- The Arch: This piece slides like a normal piece but allows Plate Pieces to go under it, adding a new dimension!
- Emmet: He can move in any direction and is the only piece that can slide through the finishing point.
- Corner Pieces: Like Emmet, these pieces can slide in any direction but are an "L" shape, not a square shape.
- 1x1 Brick: This piece looks benign, but it actually makes levels incredibly harder because it cannot move.
- Brick With Half Arch: This piece is stationary like the 1x1 Brick but it also rotates. This adds a whole new concept to the game!
For a bigger challenge, you can buy two Lego "Brick Blockade" games and make an 8x8 board with twice the number of pieces!
(The levels in my pictures are actually solvable.)