spin the block. do the rule. don't wimp out.
about the game
In 2014, my wife and I were sitting at a bar called DTUT on the Upper East Side in Manhattan playing a tower stacking game. On each block was a rule with a question on it. My first thought was - this would make a great app! We scribbled 50 truth or dare rules on a napkin that became the base for Block Party. In the initial months of development, I collected hundreds of Truth or Dare rules from lunatics on Craigslist and Fiverr, across the web, comedians, and from the depths of my own imagination. The basic framework and legwork was there but the finances to develop an app were not.
This project has been a pleasure to work on and I hope that you enjoy playing and that you too get the opportunity to see an idea of your own materialize.
Thank you to my wife Brooke for putting up with me working on this in all of my free time (I swear we will watch Netflix like a normal couple soon), Justin for combing through hundreds of rules with me, Eric for letting me bounce ideas off of you as I was learning how to code, and to all my friends and family who supported me and gave me feedback as I got this off the ground.