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7.0

Mixed or average reviews- based on 13 Ratings

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  • Summary: Tricky Towers is a multiplayer tower building game. Players have to build a tower and be faster and better at it than their opponents. To spice things up, players use magic spells to support their structure or mess up the towers of their opponents.

    With spells flying everywhere and
    Tricky Towers is a multiplayer tower building game. Players have to build a tower and be faster and better at it than their opponents. To spice things up, players use magic spells to support their structure or mess up the towers of their opponents.

    With spells flying everywhere and tetrominoes dropping like flies – Tricky Towers gives players a chaotically good time.
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  1. Positive: 2 out of 4
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  1. Dec 12, 2016
    95
    A blend of physics-based tetris and magic in a sweet little package makes this a must have for gamers of all ages and sizes.
  2. 90
    Tricky Towers is best enjoyed when played with friends either locally or online, and it’s evident by the recent expansion that Team WeirdBeard is dedicated to providing the best possible multiplayer experience by introducing a free expansion just in time for the holidays.
  3. Nov 28, 2016
    68
    The game isn’t terrible, though, it looks great and it still manages to be fun in short bursts and with other people locally. There’s something inherently satisfying about seeing your friends visibly devastated when their dreams of an architecture career come crashing down in front of their eyes. But that only lasts for a short time because Tricky Towers doesn’t have enough content to warrant the $16.99 (!!!) price tag.
  4. Jan 13, 2017
    65
    Tricky Towers is recommended if you know you're going to be playing it with people all the time. Although the online community is practically nonexistent, the chaos of local multiplayer makes it a game that you can put in constant rotation without anyone getting tired of it. While it does have a good, clean presentation, it doesn't have much to offer in the single-player department to keep players engaged.
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