Mallo Returns To Face New Challenges Of Gravity In Fallblox

Mallo Returns To Face New Challenges Of Gravity In Fallblox On
Nintendo eShop 
Puzzle your way to the top in the follow-up to the popular Nintendo
eShop puzzle-platformer Pullblox 
LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM -- (Marketwire) -- 11/12/12 -- Puzzle fans
will soon be able to enjoy the follow-up to one of the most popular
puzzle-platformers of the year when Fallblox becomes available for
download from Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS on 15th November.
Fallblox sees the return of Mallo, the sumo-wrestler-shaped hero from
the original Pullbox, as he pushes, pulls and climbs his way to the
rescue - but with gravity and a much bigger play field to contend
with, he's going to have his hands full...  
As in Pullblox, the objective of each challenge is to reach the top
of a structure called a Fallblox. Where he previously rescued
children, Mallo now has to collect the colourful birds that won't
budge but comfortably settled down at the top of each structure. To
complete a challenge, you simply have to move the blocks into an
arrangement that lets you climb to the top and reach the bird waiting
for you. But while the coloured blocks of Pullblox could only be
pulled outwards or pushed inwards, Fallblox adds a third dimension
and a whole new layer of challenge to the puzzle experience!  
Moving one block can have a drastic effect on all the others above
it; if you push or pull a block in a way that leaves the blocks above
unsupported, gravity will now make them drop down until they hit
something solid. Blocks can be moved sideways as well as forwards and
backwards, so planning your moves carefully is the key to succeed!
There is plenty of room to move blocks around, as the play field is
now nine layers deep and also far wider than it was in Pullblox, but
the option to rotate the camera around the Fallblox ensures you can
always keep the overview.  
Not all blocks you'll encounter act in the same way - some have
special properties that can be taken advantage of when solving each
puzzle. Cloud blocks, for example, can be moved around like any
regular block but don't fall when left unsupported, meaning you can
use them to prevent other blocks from dropping down. And there are
more special blocks to discover...  
With 140 new challenges as well as 90 training stages that offer
insight into th
e most important new gameplay mechanics, puzzle fans
will be challenged like never before in Fallblox Park mode, but the
brain-bending fun doesn't stop there. If you are feeling creative
then you can also create your own challenges in Fallblox Studio mode
and save them as QR Codes to be shared with other players. Such QR
Codes can now not only be scanned with the Nintendo 3DS outer cameras
but you can also use the Internet Browser on your Nintendo 3DS to
view a QR Code image, save it to your SD Card and then import it
directly into your Nintendo 3DS games. 
Fallblox players can also receive 20 free, additional puzzles created
by the game's developers spread out over a period of about 9 months
from the launch of the game. Fans are encouraged to keep an eye on
their SpotPass notifications and the upcoming official Fallbox
website, or follow @NintendoEurope on Twitter for the latest updates. 
With challenging new gameplay, hundreds of new puzzles to tackle and
a deep level editor, Fallblox is set to appeal to Pullblox fans and
pull in new puzzle enthusiasts alike when it becomes available via
Nintendo eShop on 15th November. 
For further details:  
Nintendo website  
Nintendo 3DS Guided Tour  
Nintendo eShop website  
Nintendo of Europe on Twitter  
Nintendo UK on Twitter 
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