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Groovin’ Blocks is a fun little puzzle game on the Wii from our fantastic friends over at Zoo Games. Take a block matching game where they are falling from the sky, and in a musical element and you have Groovin’ Blocks. Trying to score to the beat can be part of the challenge. A lot of the fun I found with this Wii game is playing against friends and family. Groovin’ Blocks is one of those games that bring people together.

Groovin’ Blocks has a nice little shine and polish to it. I like the various backgrounds, and it provides the musical theme masterfully. The special effects of the scores, and combos brought a smile to my face. They are there, but do not get in the way of the action like certain other puzzle games do. I did not notice any offensive graphics while playing Groovin’ Blocks on the Nintendo Wii.

The other major part of Groovin’ Blocks is the musical element. I liked a lot of the music in Groovin’ Blocks. The musical style is techno, so if fast paced music is not your thing, then you should be aware. I listened to what few words were in the songs, and did not hear any overt issues. It can be difficult to hear what is being said at times though.

Groovin’ Blocks has a lot of different features, modes, and options. Fifty single player levels, in three difficulty levels, and some multiplayer modes. Families can play this game for a very long time. The economy price means your money will be well spent on this product in my personal opinion.

The controls are simple enough in Groovin’ Blocks that anyone can pick them up. There are various ways to play this game, so you may want to find the method that fits your style. The mixing of music and puzzle genres seemed odd to me at first, but it works. It really works! I had a lot of fun playing Groovin’ Blocks for the Wii, and believe you will as well.

The major lessons in Groovin’ Blocks are color (or shape) recognition as well as musical beat. This game can teach lessons in a couple of areas which are used in every day life. I would love to see sequels to this Wii game. I will be mentioning Groovin’ Blocks to friends, family members, and pastors that I know.
 - Paul


Graphics: 88%
Sound: 85%
Replay/Extras: 96%
Gameplay: 90%
Family Friendly Factor: 92%
System: Wii
Publisher: Zoo Games
Rating: 'E' for Everyone

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