Bloc By Bloc: The Insurrection Game Review

Bloc By Bloc: The Insurrection Game
Rocket Lee, Tim Simons
Tim Simons
2-4 (Could technically be solitaire if played in Cooperative mode)
Tough-as-nails Co-op Games like Pandemic or Police Precinct

Bloc By Bloc is a challenging cooperative (or semi-cooperative) game with good art, simple mechanics, and a potentially polarizing theme (which didn't trouble us in the slightest).  It has a propensity for kicking players in the gut and encouraging desperate teamwork, all of which we really appreciated.

In Bloc by Bloc: The Insurrection Game, up to 4 players will take on the roles of social factions, the Prisoners, the Students, the Neighbors, or the Workers, all of whom must rise against the oppressive police state they find themselves in.

Bloc By Bloc

Played either completely cooperatively or semi-cooperatively, Bloc by Bloc is a tense game of the ever tightening noose of authoritarianism played against the interests of the common people.  But is it a game worth making some noise over?  Watch our review and find out!

(Gameosity was provided a copy of this game for review.  We were not otherwise compensated.)

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