Tricky Towers brings its physics-based tower-building to Switch next month
Are you a bad enough dude to conquer this digital Jenga?
WeirdBeard's colorful puzzler Tricky Towers is bringing its unique brand of challenging stages to Nintendo Switch this October.
After fielding several requests from eager players, the company has decided to honor what the fans want, with an announcement trailer and press release today highlighting the news. You'll soon be able to built your own rickety towers with friends on Nintendo Switch as you compete in this quirky builder.
The goal of the game is to continue placing tetrominoes upward in a tower shape in a much faster and quicker way than your opponents. With gravity constantly pulling down and physics getting the best of you, that's easier said than done.
The game will touch down with a digital version on October 11, but right now it's already available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC if you can't wait to give it a try.
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