Upcoming Minimalist Puzzler ‘Bloki’ Will Twist Your Brain into Knots in Mid-May

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An interesting new trailer crossed our news desk today, and the more I watch it the more it makes my brain hurt. But in a good way. It’s for an upcoming puzzler called Bloki from developer Junkhive, and I think they do a pretty good job of succinctly describing it here: “Bloki is a minimal, clean and mind-bending game with a simple goal each level – twist, turn, and build the structure to place the blocks on the points that match their color. With additional elements, like color switching tiles or obstacles, the game gets more and more interesting as it progresses. It also helps you train your spatial intelligence, as well as visualising and manipulating three dimensional space in your head.” Here’s the trailer.

Using the touchscreen, you’ll be able to rotate and position the group of blocks to your liking, as well as add on blocks as needed. The goal is to get the floating colored points aligned with the same colored blocks of the little structure you’re building. But that’s not all! “Some levels have tiles that change the colors of the blocks, some have points which must remain empty, and others have obstacles which restrict your movement.” It all sounds like some masochistic twist on the Rubik’s Cube, which is music to my ears. If you enjoy these types of challenging puzzlers that force you to think in three dimensional space, then look for Bloki to launch on iOS in mid-May for just 99¢.


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‘Gunhead’ puts an artistic twist on a first-person shooter game

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First-person shooter games are dime a dozen, but every now and then there's one that stands out from the pack. That's exactly the case with Gunhead, an open world title from Alientrap, the same indie developer that brought you the gorgeous 2D platfor…
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Briz Media Group Launches a New Twist on Influencer Marketing

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Briz Media Group, formerly named dbray Media, announced Friday morning the formation of Connectors, a network of the some of the “best and brightest” influencers and power players in the communications and marketing industries.

MMW has learned that these high-profile executives are committed to bringing new innovative ideas, thinking and guidance to Briz Media Group, its clients, and the communications industry in general. Agency changes include a new logo and website that better reflect the broad scope of the agency’s work and capabilities across a number of industries, including martech, adtech, digital, cryptocurrency, and telecoms, among others. Through Briz Media Group’s Connectors, companies have access to industry power players who can make connections to propel a business to the next level. Connectors can also help advise companies on key business initiatives—from raising capital to the best route to successful exits.

“Connectors is Briz Media Group’s stake in the ground as leaders in the marketing and communications industries,” said David Bray, founder & Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Briz Media Group. “To own a category, you need to be a leader— to be intimately linked to that category and define it.”

Melody Wolff, Chief Everything Officer at Briz Media Group, added, “Companies are still grappling with understanding how to utilize technology to effectively communicate with their customers. It is incumbent upon us, as communications professionals, to be up to speed on the latest developments in the market so we can fill in the gap and advise clients. We look forward to introducing customized, industry-specific networks that companies can use to bring new, fresh concepts to their own industries.”

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Review: CUBE Is a Bluetooth Tracker with a Twist

There are a lot of Bluetooth tracking gadgets vying for your money, but there are some specific things you should look for when choosing one. For example, the CUBE Tracker ($ 24.95) from Blue Sky Homes is water resistant and works with a replaceable battery. That means it’s going to last longer than those other guys who have a non-replaceable battery and could get damaged in the rain or at the pool.

Related: Best Accessories Every iPhone Owner Needs

The primary purpose of the CUBE Tracker is to detect your gadgets using the free app, but the CUBE goes beyond that and serves as a Bluetooth shutter remote so you can take that selfie from 30 feet away. You can also use the button to find your phone. My only request would be to offer more color choices for every family member’s gadgets. 



  • Water resistant
  • Replaceable battery
  • Bluetooth shutter remote
  • Find your Phone
  • Rubbery exterior


  • More color choices would be nice

Final Verdict

If you are looking for a Bluetooth tracking accessory, the CUBE Tracker from Blue Sky Homes should be high on your list. 

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Twist, the startup behind an AirPlay-powered smart light + speaker combo, abruptly shuts down without refunding customers

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