Block N Load Crack/Patch

Block N Load Build. Destroy. Attack. Defend. Tunnel. Trap. Catapult. Poison. Slice. Detonate. Sabotage. Win.

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Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 74 / 100
User rating
7.4
Downloads 1156
Genre Modern, Action, Shooter, First-Person, Tactical
Company / Developer
Jagex Games Studio / Jagex Games Studio

Block N Load reviews ( 6 )

Daguis9444, May 16, 2015

Fun and unique! This game is a nice mix between minecraft and tf2, and only seems to get better as you learn new techniques and strategies. This game does have somewhat of a steep learning curve, but once you get over it this game shines. Each class is unique and has it's role, with new ones coming out. I definitely recommend this game! Theres a free demo out now so you have no excuse to not try it.

MrUPG, May 11, 2015

This is a great game, totally addictive to the point where I don't really want to play anything else. There is so much strategy and importance on team play as opposed to just being another twitchy shooter. There is a construction element which is pivotal to the game, you use your resources to build defences around your base (like radars, mines etc), and to build mortars, bombs, spawn points and other offensive items for attacking the oppositions base. You can gather more resources by mining blocks, and you can practically mine the whole map so you can dig under your oppositions base, to attack them. It's quite fun placing massive bombs under their base and watching the panic as they try to stop it! Great if you can get a couple of mates to play together so your on the same page, but if you cant then just have a blast with anyone. I can see so much potential for future champs, and maps, and who knows what else they'll add-in. Nicely balanced too, and being able to choose not only your champ but their skills is a great added dimension. Would recommend anyone to give it a try!

MrYtem39, May 30, 2015

I love this game. It's a perfect blend of Minecraft and TF2, but there is much more to it. While it looks childish and such, believe me. This game is much. MUCH more strategic than it looks. I see a lot of people complaining about the shooting, guns feel weird because they don't have instakills etc. but it's a game choice and it's done right. The game plays like a MOBA, before the match begins you can choose your character, each with their special skills and abilities. What I like is that, once you locked in with a hero, you can't change it (unless you just started and you player level is under 10). It forces you to think about what class to pick carefully. I could go on, but I'll let you discover the rest. This game is a 9/10 for me.

angryDANIX, Mar 16, 2017

Used to be an awesome shooter, but F2P ruined almost everything. If you wil make team with friends it would be great experience of squad-based shooter. Team play as it supposed to be.

AndreyGaming, Oct 15, 2015

This game is not good , not bad, but it has many similar classes , little creativity , being honest, Jagex used everything they had good in the Ace of Spades . But my favorite part was the graphics and voice dubbing , is a good part of this game and i praise it.

xClaw, Jun 9, 2016

Just as a FYI, I got this game on the 5th of May, 2015 and I've played 395 hours. This game caught my eye when it was still pay to play and in the beginning I enjoyed playing it quite a lot. The tutorials are great, although I think they should actually be somehow enforced to avoid completely unaware players of diving into PvP without any knowledge of the game's or heroes's mechanics. The maps were plenty and new ones were being introduced with updates. They were symmetrical so there were no balance issues. The ORIGINAL heroes are well thought of and relatively well balanced. The ninja was only OP if the enemy team doesn't actually play as a team, which happens very often. The graphics have that cartoonish look which to be honest I don't mind that much, not every game needs to have outstanding textures and special effects to be good and I think this one did that. The control and movement does need some work, sometimes it feels like you're playing on ice and it often ends in you falling, sometimes into lava. But then the bigger problems started appearing... The player base was small, which was expected since the game had not been released for too long, and as a consequence joining a game sometimes took longer than 45 minutes. Barely anyone talked during a game and there was rarely any sort of communication as a team. The matchmaking algorithm is absolute trash, placing someone who just finished the tutorial against players with level 60. Only one region for all of Europe, which generated huge amounts of lag and made many players go crazy because of shots not being registered, being disconnected, not being able to move, etc etc. You obviously can't expect someone from Amsterdam and someone from Portugal to be playing and everything going smoothly, it just won't happen. New heroes started being introduced, and although I welcome new content with open arms for a game that I've paid money to purchase, I HOWEVER do not welcome new content that allows players to exploit lame tactics with new heroes or new content that allows players to be overpowered because they paid to be able to use an overpowered hero (two major issues here, one is allowing the game to be exploited by the use of lame tactics, the other is P2W). Cheater (not many) ingame. Imagine a Cogwheel shooting his minigun and only doing headshots... Yeah, not much fun to play against that one. And then ranked was introduced... And it was actually introduced correctly, there was a queue for normal games and there was a queue for rankeds, which is great! Players just looking for a relaxed and fun game can just go for normals and players looking for a more competitive edge can go for rankeds. BUT, they screwed it up. They made it all into a single queue. There is no more normals queue and no more rankeds queue. Now you just press Play and the ranking system is forced upon you. And with a ranking system forced upon you, you can either be playing with someone who's just there for the hell of it or you can be playing with someone who's actually there to play as a teammate. Now, if you're into normals, you're fine, you'll just play your game and you'll enjoy yourself. But if you're into competitive, well, you're not going to enjoy it very much when that guy that just joined for a normal does absolutely nothing the entire game to help the team but instead spends his time building a tunnel under your own base. Matchmaking remained trashy, placing folks 1 or more players in the top100 against people with Gold 3. Even more new heroes came out, and again, more P2W heroes that were overpowered. And now they've gone one step further (and in my opinion, downhill) and made the game free to play. Probably hoping that this will bring expand the player base considerably. Not only have they completely disregarded the many people that have paid for this game and just told them "Thanks for your money but now that we already have what we want, screw you" but they've opened the gates to every player with a half decent PC. While I find it great that the queue has diminished, I absolutely hate the fact that now anyone can just install, cheat and even if banned, just install again and cheat again. And obviously the amount of normal players will increase dramatically since it's another game you can just have for free in your library and play whenever you want. This was the final drop and what made me stop playing the game, and I consider it unplayable at this point unless you're just going for normal. It has clearly changed a lot from what I purchased and Jagex have ruined it.