and Information About Bloink
the Bloinks before they hit the wire
at the top of the screen! There are many play modes and puzzle
boards called "Worlds." You can change those from the main menu
Drop Bloinks from your "Dropper" at the top of the screen
so that they land in the best location in the game field. Move your
mouse left and right, and click on the left mouse button to drop
the current Bloink hanging below the Dropper. The next Bloink to
be placed under the Dropper is shown in a little box in the upper
right corner of the screen.
score and other vital information are shown on the left side of
the screen. One of the numbers shown is in a spot labeled "Connect."
That is the number of similar Bloinks you must drop and connect
together on the game field for them to teleport away from the danger
of the wire. If any other Bloinks are sitting on top of the ones
that you teleport they are "freed" and they will jump to the ground
and run away. Free more Bloinks at once for a higher score!
time you drop a Bloink, and you don't connect similar Bloinks, your
life bar will move upwards. The life bar is displayed along the
right edge of the screen. When it reaches the top, the game field
moves up, pushing all of the Bloinks toward the dangerous
the entire game field by connecting and freeing all the Bloinks
to complete the level. Once you complete a level, gameplay progresses
onto the next challenge. If you make extra moves, and sometimes
you must to build a strategy to win, a bonus pool shown on the left
side of the screen will decrease. Upon completion of the level the
remaining amount shown in that bonus pool is added to your score.
are two special elements that can appear in the game field. They
are the Rock and the Boulder. The Boulder remains on the screen
and will fall below the Bloinks beneath it when those Bloinks are
teleported or freed from the game field. The Rock will fall off
of the screen when it can be freed.
Every World is unique. Some are faster paced and require you to
connect more at a time before they teleport from the game field,
and some are slower paced requiring fewer connections. Some Worlds
only have five unique types of Bloinks whereas others have eight,
thereby adding to the complexity of gameplay. Half of the Worlds
available in the full version of the game feature a continuously
moving game field, and the other half are entirely turn based.