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Tricky Towers announced for Switch, out next month

Posted on September 17, 2018 by (@NE_Brian) in News, Switch eShop

Following many fan requests, WeirdBeard announced today that its popular “game of frantic physics stacking fun” Tricky Towers is heading to Switch. A release is just a few weeks away on the eShop.

Here’s an overview along with a Switch trailer:

Grab your wizard’s robe and spell book, time to use your engineering skills and build some Tricky Towers!

Stack your bricks and use your spells to create the tallest stable tower, for what self-respecting wizard wouldn’t want to show off their skills by towering literally over their peers! But be wary of jealous rivals, who will try and push your tower down with nefarious dark spells to ensure their dominance. Block these spells to protect your tower,… oh and be sure to return the favor with your own devious magics. Match your tower wizardry against 3 others in local multiplayer, or challenge wizards around the world in an online battle of magics and engineering mayhem. Try your skills in various tricky wizard trails and set a high score on the leaderboards. So be sure to bring your wizard’s safety hat and start stacking and tumbling!

Features
– Conjure up your wizard’s tower: cleverly stack your summoned blocks and use over 17 different spells to win the race who has the highest tower
– Tumble down 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: challenge up to 3 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 engineering!
– 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 Harry Potter!

Tricky Towers launches October 11. Pre-loading goes live on the eShop today.

Source: WeirdBead PR

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