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Tricky Towers

6 critics
7.51
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Mitch VogelOct 15, 2018
Tricky Towers offers up a cool twist on a puzzle classic, and the focus on multiplayer battling makes this an ideal game for showing off the Switch’s unique capability for multiplayer gaming on the go. Everybody knows how to play Tetris, and Tricky Towers does just enough to build on that core concept to make the game interesting and weird enough to be quite memorable.
Roy RamsayOct 23, 2018
Overall Tricky Towers is an excellent idea, generally well executed, with a few areas that could use improvement. Ultimately though, it’s fun to play alone, with friends, or with strangers, and puzzle game fans will no doubt find many hours of enjoyment.
Mitchell PartonOct 11, 2018
Tricky Towers is an incredibly creative and unique take on the puzzle genre. I just wish there was more to unlock and explore as it does have incredible potential. Nevertheless, I do recommend this brick-stacker to anyone looking for a fun local and online multiplayer experience.
Emily SowdenOct 11, 2018
For the asking price though, it's hard not to recommend this if you've got a few pals or family members around. Like that Saturday night game of Monopoly, it's all good fun so long as someone doesn't flip the board. The controls are easy to understand, the game is simple enough to get in and play straight away, and its matches are short and snappy enough not to overstay their welcome. Just don't expect too much from it.
Oliver RoderickNov 15, 2018
Tricky Towers is all about frantic competition between friends. Fun and accessible for the Tetris generation but with a new physics twist, this one comes recommended.
Steve ClistOct 13, 2018
All in all, Tricky Towers is a fun little multiplayer-focused title. While there is single player, I personally don’t feel that it provides enough on its own to warrant a purchase. However, if you have local or online friends who enjoy a good puzzle game (and particularly Tetris), then this is easily worth the price of admission. Just please don’t blame us when that friendship is strained by the dark magic powers in the game.