A take on a very old tile sliding puzzle game, probably of Japanese origin. The puzzle is known by various names around the world and has intrigued and frustrated many generations.
The game is recorded in England as far back as the Victorian times. They used wooden blocks that were arranged in a box. The idea was to rearrange the blocks by sliding them from a starting position until they resembled the end position. GrandMaster Blocks uses the very same premise.
This apparent simplicity is misleading and although many people would start to play, few of them would finish the chosen puzzle.
In order to successfully master the game you will need to find the secret to sliding the blocks. Without this you may end up endlessly coming back to the starting point.
Three game modes Zen, Reverse and Timed allow you to choose the style of the game to reflect your mood. Each game mode has 10 puzzles to solve.
Do you have what it takes to become a Grand Master?