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WeirdBeard mix Tetris with real world physics as Tricky Towers arrives on Xbox One!

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If you want to mix some Tetromino brick dropping with physics based gameplay and have a group of friends who come with like-minded attitudes then Tricky Towers seems like it could well be for you.

Available to purchase right now on Xbox One, Tricky Towers tasks you with building towers out of tetromino bricks, with your goal being to build them as high as possible. But with the pull of gravity affecting each tower, and opponents delivering dark magical attacks your way, it won’t be as easy as it all sounds.

A solo player mode comes with no less than 50 levels, giving you the chance to hone your skills, understand what is needed to build a decent tower and ensure that once you decide to host a gaming party, will be the king of the tetromino tower. But get some friends involved and that’s when Tricky Towers looks to be at its best.

Our full review will be coming your way pretty shortly, but as usual, the Xbox Games Store will ensure that you can get in on the action. All you need to do is deliver the £11.99 required and the task of building towers will be yours.

There are also a number of Day One DLC packs available too – should you wish to get involved with the Indie Friends, Candy Bricks, Gem Bricks, Spirit Animal Pack, Holographic Bricks or Galaxy Bricks then you’ll find prices between £0.79 and £2.39 in place.

Game Description:

Play with up to 4 friends in local multiplayer or challenge players around the world in an online battle. Train your skills with the extensive single player trials and set a high score on the leaderboards. With spells flying everywhere and bricks tumbling down, Tricky Towers makes for a chaotically good time! Features: • Frantic physics action puzzle gameplay • Local and online multiplayer with 2-4 players • 3 different multiplayer modes; race, survival and puzzle • Challenging single player trials • Leaderboard mode: compare how you stack up • 17 Powerful light and dark magic spells

Neil Watton
Neil Wattonhttps://www.thexboxhub.com/
An Xbox gamer since 2002, I bought the big black box just to play Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee. I have since loved every second of the 360's life and am now just as obsessed with the Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S - mostly with the brilliant indie scene that has come to the fore. Gamertag is neil363, feel free to add me to your list.

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Chris (CrippyD)
Chris (CrippyD)
6 years ago

When I saw this on Go 8 Bit I thought it looked quite fun. I think Tetris is great and this looks to be a good spin on that genre.

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