The Ultimate Online Abstract Strategy Game – Try It Free

Total Blockout is an abstract strategy board game for one or more players (currently limited to two players in the computer version). As with many polymino-styled games, this game requires exceptional spatial skills. What makes it unique from other such games is it’s need for its players to develop single-move strategies in line with an overall game plan. Furthermore, constraints have been placed in the selection of pieces available during your turn, requiring extraordinary memorization of pieces used in previous moves. There are many solutions to the puzzle. However, you will soon see just how difficult it is to find just one solution given these pattern constraints.

Total Blockout is new to the gaming industry, with a launch date of December 18, 2008. The developer, SKY Games, is actively pursuing quality endorsements and awards from distinctive associations and societies. Examples include, but are not limited to, Mensa Select, Teachers Choice, National Association of Parenting Publications, Parent’s Choice, Oppenheim Toy Portfolio, Creative Child magazine and many more.

In time, we hope that Total Blockout will not be just another game, but a true classic, recognized as a household name. You can help SKY Games bring more quality gaming experiences and their related benefits by sharing your positive experience with others. Thank you for visiting our site and hopefully testing your skill with at

How to play:

There are 7 groups of 7 pieces each, with each group representing a value of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 or 7. Thus, 49 pieces total to complete the board.

The player starts with placing a piece with value 1, then 2, then 3,4,5,6 and finally the largest piece with a value = 7. The cycle repeats itself until the player has nowhere to place a piece.

Piece selection does not change, rather the group is reduced each time by the individual selection made, so memory of pieces left to play the successing rounds is key.

Though this game was designed with entertainment in mind, we came to recognize the multiple benefits this game offers to all who play. Firsts and foremost, the game is adaptable to people of all ages. Children can benefit from the development of spatial attributes, configuring sizes and shapes within borders. Teens can develop early logic and strategic abilities, exercising the mind while common video games offer little, if any, mental growth. Adults can take challenge themselves or compete with others across the globe to learn new approaches to strategy. The elderly can also benefit by regular play, prolonging, if not preventing, the deterioration of memory and other cerebral functions.

Unless you’re a genius and cannot only complete the algorithms for multiple solutions, but have the memory to make your moves within the controlled sequence, you will be both entertained and smarter from the experience.

The higher the total number of squares filled on the gameboard, the higher your score.