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  • Summary: Who, as a child, didn't enjoy smashing his brother's or sister's carefully built tower? Tower of Babel is a multiplayer physics-based tower building game. You and your friends will have to build a tower together. But beware! Who makes the tower collapse loses the game. Build with cautionWho, as a child, didn't enjoy smashing his brother's or sister's carefully built tower? Tower of Babel is a multiplayer physics-based tower building game. You and your friends will have to build a tower together. But beware! Who makes the tower collapse loses the game. Build with caution then cast magic spells to scupper your friends moves. Easy to pick up and endless fun! Play with your friends or with your family in 3 crazy modes. You can also play online against another team. With alliance games and combined magic spells, it won't be an easy ride. Tower of Babel is a game that cements friendships and breaks towers... or the other way around. Expand
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  1. 70
    All in all, Tower of Babel – No Mercy is exactly what it sets out to be — an easily picked up party game that’s good for a few frantic games with friends or family. There’s such a low barrier to entry that anyone could play it, so those struggling to get parents or less game-friendly friends into the mix should find this a far easier sell than the more complex party games available on Switch. Just brace yourself for the finger-pointing when someone’s sloppily placed piece brings the whole thing crumbling down.
  2. Jan 30, 2020
    50
    Tower of Babel – no mercy is a fun party game with friends for a short while, but then everything becomes very repetitive. With little in terms of variation between its modes, you’re not likely to be playing this for very long.