Blokus 3D (Windows)

Blokus 3D Windows Title screen


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Blokus 3D is a software version of the board game featuring colored, Tetris-shaped pieces (here called stones) that four players lay down onto the playfield. At each corner of the board all four player have 21 stones each that they have to lay down. The first stone is to be placed on the player's corner of the board. The game is finished when no player is able to lay a further stone. There is only one rule: although stones of different colors may touch, each of your stones (i.e. of the same color) must share a corner with another one, but never share an edge.

Before you place a stone, try to rotate and/or mirror it. When you're OK with the position of the stone, then you can lay it down following the main rule of the game. You can play alone with three computer-controlled opponents, or have a multiplayer game. A chatbox is also available. The game features both Hint and Undo functions, and in the advanced settings you can adjust the board size, among many other options. Three difficulty levels are available.


Blokus 3D Windows First have a look at the settings and advanced settings where you will be able to configure multiplayer options and board size
Blokus 3D Windows Title screen
Blokus 3D Windows It always starts like this, this time you are the red color in the lower left corner, with your 21 red stones in front of you ...
Blokus 3D Windows ... just like this, that's a pretty good start, isn't it? One good advice is to start with the bigger stones, easier to lay down at the beginning.

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Origin and development

Blokus is a board game copyrighted by Sekkoia and well-known in France. This electronic version started as a high-school project at the FH-Münster, during a course of Software Engineering in the spring of 2005, to quote the developer's website. Sekkoia granted its permission and the game is free for non-commercial use.

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jean-louis (32537) added Blokus 3D (Windows) on Dec 28, 2010
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