For years we’ve been trained to try and get rid of blocks, well Tricky Towers aims to change all that. Instead of trying keep your blocks in check, Tricky Towers challenges you to keep stacking and building a tower is, well tricky. Each block needs to be strategically placed, due to the physics. One wrong move can topple your entire tower, so building a strong foundation is the key to a high tower. Tricky Towers isn’t all about building tall, puzzle mode is a wonderful change of pace that tests the player to stay under a preset line.

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Tricky Towers is loads of fun and with up to four players it serves as a game that most people should be able to pick up and play at a base level. Make sure to keep an eye out for Tricky Towers next month on PS4 and Steam.

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