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Blokus Club with Bumpy Trot (PlayStation 2)

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Blokus Club is a digital version of the popular French board game Blokus featuring characters from the cult hit Steambot Chronicles. Both the four-player and two-player variations of the board game are included, with computer-controlled opponents of variable ability filling in any empty spots.

In addition to the standard modes, there is also Bumpy Trot Mode, which is a campaign mode for one player. The player moves their character around a board-game like world map with recognizable Steambot Chronicles landmarks. Different spaces may contain either a Blokus battle against other characters, shops where new outfits and hairstyles can be purchased, or simple hints and bonuses. Winning matches against the computer earns money to buy more items, and also unlocks additional items in an in-game gallery. Clearing the win conditions for all spaces on the board allows the player to move on to the next board, where greater winnings, tougher opponents, and new items can be found.

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Blokus Club with Bumpy Trot PlayStation 2 The game tracks the stats for each of the CPU characters in addition to players.
Blokus Club with Bumpy Trot PlayStation 2 Up against some rather unsavory characters...
Blokus Club with Bumpy Trot PlayStation 2 Placing my last piece. Didn't quite get a perfect...
Blokus Club with Bumpy Trot PlayStation 2 The loading screen just places pieces randomly.

Alternate Titles

  • "ブロックス倶楽部 with バンピートロット" -- Japanese spelling

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雷堂嬢太朗 -raido.jotaro- (55656) added Blokus Club with Bumpy Trot (PlayStation 2) on Jan 20, 2013