Super Rare Games have just announced a new collectors edition of their popular game: Tricky Towers on the Nintendo Switch. However, you might like to preorder this one as it’s a limited edition release with only 4,000 copies available.
Tricky Towers is a physics-based tower building game. You can stack your bricks on top of each other towards the sky with the aim of creating a stable tower. You can mix it up with magic spells and try to topple your opponents.
Tricky Towers offers local and online multiplayer with up to 4 players in Race, Survival and Puzzle modes. You can test your skills with 50 single-player trials. Can you stop the bricks from tumbling down?
In the box you’ll find:
- A fully assembled Nintendo Switch game with cartridge
- Interior art
- Full-colour manual
- Exclusive sticker and a 3 card trading card pack
This Edition also includes the six previously released DLC packs on the
- Gem Bricks
- Candy Bricks
- Holographic Bricks
- Galaxy Bricks
- Spirit Animal Pack
- Indie Friends (featuring characters from Octodad, TowerFall, Lethal League, Nuclear Throne, and more!)
You can order this Tricky Towers: Collector’s Edition from 28th May 2020 for £32.40 (approx $33 USD/36.27€) – exclusively at superraregames.com website.
Please note: Note this item is more expensive than our usual releases due to extra DLC content. There is a strict limit of 2 games per customer for all our releases. Any orders above this will be cancelled and refunded.
About Super Rare Games
Super Rare Games strive to bring collectors the very best physical content for the Nintendo Switch. We operate alongside our partners to bring the most exclusive offering of the very best indie games. From the packaging of the products to opening the limited edition trading cards, we aim to provide gamers with the purest experience. As we look to expand our collection of games, we hope you join us and grow yours too. You can find out more on the Super Rare Games website, Twitter, Facebook or Instagram.
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