Blocking Plans On Rocking Your iOS Devices [New App]

Looking to add a new game to your iOS device that just might remind you of Tetris? South Korean developers at DMONGS, which means digital dreams, is looking to shake things up a bit with a new game called Blocking. This new arcade style game is BlocKingIcondescribed as being strongly addictive and uniquely interactive by combining beautiful objects and music. Poke your way around Blocking by predicting the direction blocks will fall according to physics and gravity. Adding physics to a game allows us to have an excuse for spending countless hours playing since, well, its educational…right?! Ridiculous argument aside, Blocking looks to be an exciting and visually appealing new iOS application that will be available to download on June 19th. Keep an eye on DMONGS by following there website where they already have information posted about another iOS application they will release this August. I will be positing information about that application as it gets closer to being released on my website where I like to expose new applications by independent developers.

BlocKing – light in the dark from DMONGS on Vimeo.


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Jeremy “the Critic” writes for and owns iOS Etc (http://iOSetc.com). He’s a United States Air Force veteran, an air traffic controller, and an Apple fanboy. One day he hopes to expose the world to a groundbreaking iOS application from an unknown independent developer. In his mind, it’s important we share someones hard work with the world if it deserves the recognition. You can follow iOS Etc on Twitter as well as Facebook and read more about him here. Want to connect with Jeremy? Feel free to send him an email  or add him on LinkedIn.

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Jeremy “the Critic” owns iOS Etc (http://iosetc.com) and writes for iPhoneglance.com & pocketfullofapps.com. He’s a United States Air Force veteran, an air traffic controller, and an Apple fanboy. One day he hopes to expose the world to a groundbreaking iOS application from an unknown independent developer. In his mind, it’s important we share someones hard work with the world if it deserves the recognition. You can follow iOS Etc on Twitter as well as Facebook and read more about him here. Want to connect with Jeremy? Feel free to send him an e-mail or add him on LinkedIn.. Follow him on Twitter / Facebook.

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