Tower Blocks – build if you can

Tower Blocks is a fresh addition to the top of Google Play and it does have a nice logo that captures attention. But let me warn you – it’s not what it looks like.

The main goal of the game is to build buildings and then entire blocks of buildings creating a city in this way. As in every game there’s a challenge and there’s one here too – you must be able to arrange the building blocks in the right way as to construct a building. The problem is – they fall from way above and you must not make a single mistake or you will pay dearly (not in cash, of course). Speaking of this you have three lives in a single game, pictured as hearts, and every mistake costs a heart so three mistakes mean an end to the game. Toss in the not so great graphics and sound and you start to wonder what kind of game this is. In a few words it offers some fun but you are very likely to get mad quite often.

You may like Tower Blocks, who knows? Find out right here.

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