A downloadable impulse purchase that costs £5.40 shouldn’t be this captivating, it shouldn’t detract from playing loads of emulated Mega Drive games on a modified PSP.  Especially when in the middle of getting all the Chaos Emeralds in Sonic 3 by repeatedly saving and loading when things go wrong in the bonus stages.

Pullblox is on the downloadable Nintendo 3DS shop thing and is THE BEST THING EVER, at least in 2012.  At least in 2012 on a dedicated Video Games handheld console that isn’t a tablet or a mobile phone.

You play as that little Man who needs to pull blocks in and out to create a route for himself to free the trapped little creature.  Sometimes you can’t figure it out right away so you need to just sit for a while staring into space, this is rather nice.  We’re only on the second set of challenges so there’s loads to go.

This is the Pullblox Studio which allows you to create your own Pullblox levels!  Literally hours of fun here without the merest hint of sarcasm.  Looking forward to being a valued member of the Advanced Pullblox Members Board, hopefully chaired by Gemma Atkinson or Tara Long.

Please let it be chaired by Tara Long.

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5 Responses to “THE CURRENT BEST THING IN THE WHOLE WIDE WORLD COSTS JUST OVER A FIVER”

  1. In other news, the old UK:R site appears to have been taken down and I can’t link people to the Blue Skies article anymore :(

    If anyone has a saved version, could they possibly mirror it somewhere? I’m not ready to give up the fight!

  2. UKRESISTANCE is still up and working. Please god let it still be working..

  3. It still exists, thank god.

    Before we know it, it’ll be a year since UK:R went belly up. This time last year I was actually posting articles on UK:R :(

  4. I just tried and I got this message:

    Reported Attack Page!

    “Of the 119 pages we tested on the site over the past 90 days, 53 page(s) resulted in malicious software being downloaded and installed without user consent. The last time Google visited this site was on 2012-02-19, and the last time suspicious content was found on this site was on 2012-02-19.”

    Crikey. Looks like the war on Sony has reached the next level, boys.

    Arm your Nortons, I’m going in…

  5. Well, any news from the front-line?

    I’m too much of a fanny to see what lurks beyond Chrome’s warning page. I’m running Linux so I might make it out alive. I just don’t want to risk it.

    I wish we’d had warning of this. Then I could have at least downloaded those bitter late 90’s early 2000’s pages. They where the funniest. Sob.

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