I have been using stackable boxes for years, so I am very familiar with their functionality. I like to keep stacks of things on my desk and in my kitchen, so I don’t have to worry about moving my stacks around. This is all the more convenient since most of my supplies are nearby.
This one is a little trickier. You need to know that when you put a stack of blocks in the air, you will never be able to move them. So if you want to, say, move the stack of boxes to the top of the stack, you would have to slide them all back down.
That sounds like a lot of trouble, but it is no problem if you know the right moves (and you do). You can do this by remembering that the blocks are moving in a clockwise direction. After all, the blocks of an air stack are always higher than the blocks of a stack of blocks.
The trick is finding the right ones. You can’t just look up and see all the boxes, because they will all be moving in the same direction. But you can look down and see each box move in the same direction. That’s actually pretty easy to do, as long as you know what direction they are moving in.
The easiest way to do this is to count the blocks that are higher than yours. You can use a clock counting down from the edge of the stack to the top of the stack. But there is another way, which is to use this clever move: You move the stack to the top, and then you push a block (the one with the highest number of blocks) onto a stack of blocks. That way you don’t have to count the blocks.
I’m still a little unsure how to move a stack of blocks to the top of the stack. I don’t know. It would be nice if you could just move it to the top of the stack, but it seems like this isn’t the best method for me.
That sounds like a simple movement, but we’re not sure how to do this in our game. We’re going to need to add a few more moves to the game to make this work. Click to move a stacked object to the top of the stack.
It turns out that the movement of a stack of blocks is easy, but our game is fairly complex and requires lots of different actions to move the stack to the right place.
The easiest way to move a stack of blocks is to click them and drag them from the bottom to the top. If you click them and move them to the top of the stack, you can then click and drag the stack to the right. The harder way? Use the mouse and drag the stack to the right. Just clicking to move a stack in our game is the opposite of the easy way to move a stack, but it works.
In our game, clicking to move a stack of blocks is the opposite of the easy way to move a stack, but it works.