Tricky Towers at Gamescom 2016

Tricky Towers is by far one of the games that I loved the most, personally, last year at Gamescom 2015. I asked the developers if we are going to see the game on Steam and they said “maybe.” One year later, and the game is out on Steam and PlayStation 4. Not only that, but I got to see the developers once again and got destroyed by them.

Stack your bricks to create a stable tower and try to topple those of your opponents. Cast magic to support your structure and fend off the dark spells of your rivals in this frantic physics party game. Play with up to 4 friends in local multiplayer or challenge players around the world in an online battle. Train your skills with the extensive single player trials and set a high score on the leaderboards. With spells flying everywhere and bricks tumbling down, Tricky Towers makes for a chaotically good time!

Niels, one of the main developers of WeirdBeard explained to us that as a company, they always wanted to “have games that bring people together.” Asking them how they feel about the current state of the game, they said that they are very satisfied and that they see people of all ages playing it.

“For the PC version, we had to start from scratch. We had a much bigger scope and we improved a lot,” said Niels, explaining how difficult it was to move from a mobile to a PC port. They also promised us that we will be seeing a lot more updates plus some more DLC in the future. We are also going to be seeing a lot more competitive features (for both online and offline multiplayer).

Tricky towers is available on Steam and PS4 in 14.99€