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Tower Bloxx Deluxe 3D Review

By Dave Flodine, on July 1, 2009


Tower Bloxx Deluxe 3D
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PROS

  • Nice use of colour.
  • Easy controls.
  • Plenty of modes to choose from.

CONS

  • Simplistic gameplay.
  • Unskippable intro.

VERDICT

A game for those looking for a quick diversion. The gameplay is fun and the strategy of planning your city can keep you playing long after the thrill of tower construction has worn off.


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Being an architect has never been so easy. In Tower Bloxx Deluxe 3D it's your job to construct high-rise towers as sturdy as you can. The towers are built floor by floor. If you land a floor perfectly, a combo starts, increasing population. This is important in build city mode, where tower placement adds to the game's complexity.

Tower building is as easy as touching the screen to drop the next floor as it swings overhead. Different coloured towers hold different populations depending on how perfectly they are constructed, and these can only be placed next to certain colours of buildings.

Visually the game has a nice simple use of colour, and the soundtrack is light. Modes include quick play, build city, time attack, and if you want to play with a friend, there's also party mode, where two people race to build a tower on the same iPhone.

Tower Bloxx Deluxe 3D is easy to play and suprisingly addictive. The build city mode adds some strategy and extends the longevity of the game for those who might be put off by its simplicity. This one is definitely worth a download of the demo.

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