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Tricky Towers

Rating Summary

Based on 28 critic reviews
Fair Man

OpenCritic Rating

72

Top Critic Average

32%

Critics Recommend

Based on 28 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Aug 3, 2016
PCAug 3, 2016

Developer: WierdBeard

Genres: Puzzle, Action

With your brilliant robe and magic powers, it’s time to build some Tricky Towers!

Stack your bricks to create a stable tower and try to topple those of your opponents. Cast magic to support your structure and fend off the dark spells of your rivals in this frantic physics party game.

Play with up to 4 friends in local multiplayer or challenge players around the world in an online battle. Train your skills with the extensive single player trials and set a high score on the leaderboards.

With spells flying everywhere and bricks tumbling down, Tricky Towers makes for a chaotically good time!

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USgamer

The single-player aspect of Tricky Towers is challenging, but can get rather frustrating due to its random elements. However, as a multiplayer game, Tricky Towers works really well. Its tower-building gameplay is incredibly easy to pick up and play, and it delivers fierce and fun competition that offers plenty of ways for players to mess with one another. Definitely recommended as a party game, or if you have friends and family to play with.

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TheSixthAxis

7 / 10
Dominic Leighton

If you’re approaching Tricky Towers with only single player in mind, there are probably far better ways to spend your time. However, take it online – or ideally get some mates round – and you’ve suddenly got a fun, competitive little title that’ll easily keep you amused for a few hours.

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IGN Spain

7.2 / 10.0
IGN Spain

A good Tetris evolution that relays more on its multiplayer component than on the single player part, but can become the king of your parties.

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God is a Geek

4 / 10.0
Nick Gillham

Tricky Towers is not fun or enjoyable, but you might get something out of it if you’re a masochist.

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