Tricky Towers is kind of like what you might get if you added physics to Tetris. This is as ridiculous as it sounds, and ends up creating an infuriatingly addicting experience that is hard to put down.
Like most indie titles, Tricky Towers has been available exclusively as a digital product since launch. Now it’s getting a retail release – and surprisingly not through Limited Run Games. So chances are you might actually be able to snag a copy without them all selling out in seconds!
The boxed copy of Tricky Towers is available for both PS4 and PC.