Mixed or average reviews - based on 19 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 6 out of 19
  2. Negative: 2 out of 19
  1. It’s incredibly easy to control, but in addition to the timing of hitting the button to drop the floor, you have the lot-building strategy as well.
  2. For 800 Microsoft points, Digital Chocolate delivers an incredibly fun and intuitive game that will stand out on an already impressive roster of games on the Xbox Live Marketplace. If it fits into your list of favorite genres, Tower Bloxx Deluxe is definitely worth your money.
  3. Is it possible to make a good game with only one button? Yes. [Jan 2010]
  4. This casual block-dropper has a satisfying complex exterior and enough well-paced rewards that it kept us coming back to stack. [Holiday 2009, p.76]
  5. Ultimately, this game won't make history for its theme, but it indeed has a good quantity of fun to offer.
  6. Tower Bloxx Deluxe is fun when played for a short time or at parties, but it lacks any online playability and delivers little for a price of 800 Microsoft points.
  7. 70
    Overall this is a simple title that anyone can pick up and play. The multiplayer modes make it good for keeping the younger gamers occupied so they don’t get into the booze, or a drunken night on the couch, while the single player will last a while and is fairly addictive.
  8. This puzzle game is fun in short bursts, but it lacks the depth and gameplay options to hold your interest for long.
  9. Tower Bloxx Deluxe's content and features aren't worth the price of admission, but if you love the original Tower Bloxx game, then this game does have something to offer for fans of the series.
  10. Tower Bloxx looks and sounds the part with its bright, colourful backgrounds and cheap and cheerful music.
  11. 56
    You can buy this game for $.99 right now on the iPhone -- and it's $10 on XBLA, making it one of the biggest rip-offs on the service.
  12. 53
    Building towers with blocks can be fun, but only with wooden blocks in your childhood and simply not on a Xbox 360.
  13. Unfortunately tedium occurs sooner than it should as a lack of diversity and online play cut your attention short.
  14. Tower Bloxx Deluxe offers the most enjoyment in the Build City-mode. Other than that, it’s a cheap effort to get money from Xbox Live users.
  15. All in all Tower Bloxx Deluxe isn't a bad game, it just isn't very good.
  16. You're better off looking elsewhere. [Issue#53, p.105]
  17. Weak strategy built around a minigame that's okay for coffee breaks on your PC but not so great for Xbox Live. [Christmas 2009, p.80]
  18. It might be okay on a mobile phone but you'll want to reverse the charges for this on Xbox Live Arcade.

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