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Building Block Heroes - Teaser Trailer

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Building Block Heroes - Teaser Trailer

Finished the teaser trailer for Building Block Heroes! I'll be discussing the different areas in the game in detail soon, but for now I've put together a teaser trailer showing off multiple aspects of gameplay. The video below shows off some of the gameplay elements unique to each area of the game, as well as a sneak peek at a few of the bosses you'll encounter.

Let me know what you think! Those of you who have been following both this game and my previous game World Boxing Manager know that I'm always receptive to feedback. Hope you enjoy!

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