WeirdBeard Games has announced that its block-stacking puzzle game Tricky Towers will be released on Nintendo Switch on 11th October.
Tricky Towers is a frantic physics-based tower building game where your wizard character uses magic to stabilise your creations, or to wreak havoc on the structure of your opponents'. Players must stack bricks and use spells to create the tallest tower possible, being wary of their rivals who will try to knock their tower to the ground with nefarious dark spells to ensure their dominance. You can enjoy the magic with up to three others in local multiplayer, or challenge wizards around the world in online battles.
● Conjure up your wizard’s tower; cleverly stack your summoned blocks and use over 17
different spells to build the trickiest tower!
● Undermine your rivals; use dark spells to hamper or even push over your competitors’
towers, but beware - they can use these spells on you as well!
● Match your wizardry online; play with up to 4 players locally or online in one of the 3 game
modes available - survival, race and puzzle.
● Take up tricky wizard trials; these challenges require a sharp mind and shrewd magical
● Become the archwizard; climb up the leaderboard and see how you rank among your peers.
● Win the Wizardry cup: Participate in local and online tournaments and become the next
WeirdBeard's co-founder Niels Monshouwer has said that the "Nintendo Switch version of Tricky Towers has been [its] most requested feature since the console was announced", and the studio has made sure to make the game worth it for potential customers. All free and paid DLC will be included with the Switch edition (five additional brick skin packs, four spirit animal characters, and a special Indie Friends DLC pack), and the port has been worked on alongside BlitWorks - a studio very familiar with the Switch.
As mentioned above, the game launches on 11th October and will be priced at €14.99 (other region pricing to be confirmed).
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