Release Date: 11/1/2017
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The Tower was a popular stacking game in which pieces of a tower slide over one another and you must stop the piece exactly on top of the bottom one to prevent a chunk from coming off making your next piece smaller. As you climb the tower the pieces move faster and faster and the goal is to beat your previous record. It’s a fun pick-up-and-play game that can get addictive in short bursts, but here we have an Assassin’s Creed skin to celebrate its 10th anniversary.
The game has a Monument Valley art-style vibe going for it with beautiful visuals and the idea is to have your assassin climb the tower-like in the games. The towers represent places from past games, but the locales are limited as well as the assassins. With this being a F2P game you can imagine microtransactions are in place to buy new assassins.
The twist is that once you finish your tower the assassin will jump down, like in the game, and you can catch your relic points for pieces that were fit perfectly. It’s a fun and addictive game, but nothing memorable or special as are most smaller Assassin’s Creed games (Discovery, Bloodlines, Altair’s Chronicles, Pirates, Memories, Chronicles, etc).
The game is free, doesn’t take up much space, isn’t harmful in any way, and plays well for what it is. I can’t complain much as it isn’t trying to be much at all.