Below is a list of the different types of blocks in the game Rustyard.
|Ability||Moving objects faster into a direction|
Conveyor blocks are interactive objects in Rustyard. They appear in the very first level.
Conveyor blocks have dark brown belting that goes around a dark block. The belting has two small empty spaces so the player is able to tell which way it is rotating.
Conveyor blocks are always found in groups, there is never one block by itself. Conveyor blocks can move things left or right. These two directions can be interchanged by using levers.
|Ability||Moving more tiles into a direction|
Extendable tiles are interactive objects in Rustyard.
The main block consists of four tan arrows pointing up, down, left and right. Behind the main block is a tan block with four dark trapezoids on the border, which can only be seen when the main block is moved. The blocks that extend are made of two tan rectangles with a bolt. The main block is always the block that is furthest away from its starting point.
These blocks are used to extend a path for the robot to walk on. They assist the player in progressing through levels that they are found in. If the player does not extend the block, there is usually a pit or a hazard that the robot will be harmed by. They can be extended very long, but are limited by the platforms and cannot extend off the screen.
|Ability||Can be moved|
Boxes are interactive objects in Rustyard.
There are five variations in which boxes appear in. One of them resembles a safe, while another one resembles a chest. They can also appear as a microwave or a monitor. The boxes are not always smooth on all for sides. A larger variation of the boxes can be seen. It resembles a very large safe.
Game informationThe player has to use these boxes to create paths for the robot so it is able to progress through a level. They can also be put in front of robots to change their direction.
Crumbling blocks are interactive objects in Rustyard.
Crumbling blocks resemble normal blocks that the player steps on, but is crooked and has scratches on it.
Game informationCrumbling blocks are usually located over a pit. When the robot walks on this block, it will begin to crumble and eventually disintegrate. Once the block disintegrates, it will not re-spawn unless the player loses in that level.