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  2. The Blockheads (video game) - Wikipedia

    Gameplay. The Blockheads is a 2.5D survival game. Players control an avatar they customize dubbed a "Blockhead," which can explore their surroundings, navigate the sky in a search for floating islands, navigate the entire world map, harvest materials to create buildings, structures, or create farms and make crafting benches that enable the Blockhead to craft more advanced tools and materials ...

  3. Blockhead! - Wikipedia!

    Blockhead! is a game invented in 1952 by G.W. "Jerry" D'Arcey and developed by G.W. and Alice D'Arcey in San Jose, California. Originally consisting of 20 brightly colored wooden blocks of varying shapes, the object of the game is to add blocks to a tower without having it collapse on your turn. Contents 1 Rules 2 History 2.1 Editions 3 See also

  4. The Blockheads - Wikipedia

    The Blockheads are an English rock band formed in London in 1977. Originally fronted by lead singer Ian Dury as Ian Dury and the Blockheads or Ian and the Blockheads, the band has continued to perform since Dury's death in 2000.

  5. Blockhead - Wikipedia

    Blockheads (Gumby), a pair of fictional characters from the TV series Gumby Blockhead (thought experiment), also known as Blockhead argument "Blockheads" ( Arrested Development), an episode of Arrested Development The Blockheads (video game), a handheld device game released in 2013 Human Blockhead, a circus sideshow performer

  6. Blockhead (music producer) - Wikipedia

    Tony Simon (born October 8, 1976), [5] [6] [7] better known by his stage name Blockhead, and formerly known as Funky Omelet, is an American hip hop record producer and DJ from Manhattan, New York. Aside from his solo efforts released on the Ninja Tune label, he is most associated with producing tracks for Aesop Rock. [8]

  7. Blockhead (thought experiment) - Wikipedia

    Blockhead is the name of a theoretical computer system invented as part of a thought experiment by philosopher Ned Block, which appeared in a paper titled " Psychologism and Behaviorism ". Block did not name the computer in the paper. Overview

  8. The Blockhead - Wikipedia

    The Blockhead ( German: Der Dummkopf) is a 1921 German silent film directed by Lupu Pick and starring Max Adalbert, Otto Treptow, and Eugen Rex. Contents 1 Cast 2 References 3 Bibliography 4 External links Cast Max Adalbert as Amadeu Beck Otto Treptow as Kurt Engelhardt Eugen Rex as Willibad Beck Hans Fischer as Gerhard Beck