When I first launched Tricky Towers, I thought to myself, ‘Oh, is this just Tetris?’ But no, it’s not just Tetris. It’s a Jenga Tetris with Physics! And it is as cool as it sounds. Basically, you need to build a tower out of Tetris blocks (preferably without it falling). There are light and dark spells to help you or hinder your opponent(s), and several modes/goals available.
It should be noted that while single-player portion of a game is pretty engaging in short bursts from time to time, Tricky Towers should be looked at as a primarily multiplayer game, because this is where it shines and is the most fun.
And… yeah. This is the whole post. There’s nothing much to say other than this game is good fun in company or online, so if you’re interested in that, be sure to get it.
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