Numberblocks switch shapes. e.g. when 4 can either be a square, or a tower.Arrangements or Forms are when
- NOBODY CARES about face placement. The only thing that matters is the SHAPE.
- COLOR PLACEMENT DOESN’T MATTER EITHER. For example, a square 9 with its colors going horizontally has the same arrangement as its colors going vertically.
- DON'T TRY TO REMOVE THE SUBSECTIONS OF 4 AND 5'S SECTIONS.
- DON'T REMOVE THE SCROLL BOXES EITHER.
- IF YOU VANDALISE THIS, YOU ARE BLOCKED FOR LIFE EVEN IF YOU HAVE AN ACCOUNT.
- Some Numberblocks can make non-square shapes. Those go in the “Other Shapes” category.
- Some Numberblocks can make (or have made) shapes that are separated, and thus do not count as polyominoes. Those go in the “Separated” category.
- The space between two separate blocks (the row with no blocks) is denoted by "+0".
- Make sure your photo is CANON. However, it is okay to mirror or rotate a shape, but ONLY if you’re really desperate.
- This rule is EXTREMELY IMPORTANT. Make sure that your picture IS canon or else you could end up like this guy.
- If it's bolded then that means the arrangement requires precise timing. If it's italicized the picture was mirrored/rotated. If it's underlined it is edited.
- You can edit out some extra Numberblocks with any art program. Yes, even MS Paint.
- If you want to learn how to use the code CORRECTLY, look for TSRITW’s tutorials down in the comments or in one of his blog posts.
- Do not add upcoming Numberblocks until they're official.
- If a Numberblock bigger than 10 can be separated into 10 and x with a straight line and the x isn't higher than the 10, it counts as a "10 and X" shape and should be named so, along with the other name.
- If an arrangement has a really long code, it can alternatively be described by using "Left-to-Right" code.
- Left-To-Right code should be the default code for compound Numberblocks (like 21) unless they make non x0\y shapes.