There’s an initially overwhelming array of block types in Block N Load. In order of increasing durability, crates, bricks and sandbags are your primary building materials. Respawn pads and ninja nests cut out the trudge if you manage to drop them behind enemy lines, while caltrops, fire traps and miasma mines function best as area denial. Tiki heads, turrets and mortars deal damage in your stead, and forcefields allow friendly players to pass through while holding back enemies. Fake blocks are the most versatile type, though. One tactic is to dig a large pit, fill it with bear traps, then lay fakes over the top to crumble away on contact. Blocks have a cost, however; to generate resources, you can either mine blocks from the ground, or grab the supply drops.