Tricky Towers Gets a Physical Release for Both PlayStation 4 and PC Versions
Weirdbeard Games and Soedesco announce that their tower-builder/toppler Tricky Towers is now available in physical form for PlayStation 4 and PC.
It was way back in August when we learned that Weirdbeard Games and Soedesco were planning a physical release for their physics-based tower building game, Tricky Towers. Today, the creators announced that the physical release is officially available, along with a new trailer that lists some of the game’s best features.
The physical release for Tricky Towers is for the PlayStation 4 and PC versions of the game and includes features from the original game such as 17 different spells, online leaderboards, trial challenges, and of course the game’s praised local or online 4-player competitive gameplay.
Tricky Towers is the spiritual successor to the iOS and Android title 99 Bricks: Wizard Academy. Today’s game asks that players stack bricks to create towers that will remain upright. However, as it progresses, opponents will do all they can to topple each others’ towers with dark spells, making for a frantic session every time.
The physical version of Tricky Towers is now available on PlayStation 4 and PC. The game is also available digitally for Xbox One, and includes an exclusive single-player mode. You can find the most recent trailer, announcing the game’s physical release, in the video provided below.
DualShockers reviewed the game when it originally released for PlayStation 4, finding it to be a game that was practically made for multiplayer.