Play as Jim Sterling in The Blocks Cometh - destructoid

Play as Jim Sterling in The Blocks Cometh

10:00 AM on 07.12.2011

Jim Sterling

Former Reviews Editor


The Blocks Cometh, a really cool iOS game that features Mr. Destructoid, had its first full update today since launching, adding a wad of fresh content and four new playable characters. One of those characters, I am quite pleased to reveal, is ... me. 

Starting today, I will be an unlockable character in The Blocks Cometh. Unlocking me is quite simple and rather fitting -- just hit the "Write a review" button on the character select page, and my muscular, well-toned body is yours to master. I also throw microphones, like I do in The Jimquisition sometimes. That was my idea!

As well as an appearance by yours truly, the game has thirty new achievements, a Casual and Hardcore mode, a new "Landscape" view, in-App purchases and a bunch of fixes. The game costs $0.99 right now, so pick it up if you didn't already. It's good!


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