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Tower Bloxx Deluxe (Xbox 360)

Tower Bloxx Deluxe (Xbox 360)
alaScore 78

9 reviews

Apr, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 9 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the value for money. There are some mixed views about the gameplay, and there are some critical views about the single player gameplay and multi player mode.

value for money

multi player, single player

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the Tower Bloxx Deluxe (Xbox 360) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 78/100 = Good quality.

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(Based on 9 reviews)

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Tower Bloxx Deluxe

 

Because two Xs are better than one

Amusing throwing a tower together ; Look! Cute avatars! Tee hee ; Doles out plenty of rewards

Few penalties for being sloppy ; One note, one button gameplay ; Costs 800MS points but is free online

There’s also a strategy element and some multiplayer modes in the game, but it does little to boost the one note, one button gameplay by adding in annoying ways to scupper your foe’s tower. If, however, you like the sound of packing avatars into...

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Tower Bloxx Deluxe

 

Xbox Live Arcade has quickly become much more than it was originally intended to be. First starting off as a place for small, arcade-oriented gaming, the service has become a stomping ground for fully featured titles such as Shadow Complex and...

Tower Bloxx Deluxe's content and features aren't worth the price of admission, but if you love the original Tower Bloxx game, then this game does have something to offer for fans of the series.

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Tower Bloxx Deluxe

 

The best word to describe Tower Bloxx is ‘addictive'. This is the one factor keeping the game enjoyable. I guess taking an old mobile phone game and giving it an Xbox 360 makeover doesn't get a lot better than this.

Nice inclusion of multiplayer (battle and coop modes). Added touch of Xbox Live avatar integration in the game. A decently competitive online leader board. Relatively challenging, particularly for newcomers

No online multiplayer support. The campaign mode ‘Build City', is a little boring and unrewarding

Addictive fun.

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Tower Bloxx Deluxe

 

Building on the success of the acclaimed mobile app Tower Bloxx, developer Digital Chocolate has brought its established game crashing onto Live Arcade with a few additional modes to sweeten the exorbitant price tag. The premise is simple. Hired by the...

At 800 MS points Tower Bloxx Deluxe just doesn’t have the legs to come recommended, particularly now Live Arcade hosts such a wealth of content in the form of standalone games, map packs and add-ons. Should you look thoroughly there’s also a free...

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Video Review: Tower Bloxx Deluxe

 

Like your reviews with moving pictures and grumpy voice overs?

It's a bit different to anything else out there ; It makes good use of the Xbox 360 Avatars ; Local Multiplayer is fun and frantic

There isn't a great deal of content and what is there is basically one trick repeated ; No online Multiplayer limits your options for playing with friends ; 800 MSP seems a little bit steep for such a limited amount of content

When I asked for suggestions as to what video content you guys would like to see I got a lot of calls for video reviews. Alright, most of them were from nofi but still, it seemed like a good idea. I think doing full reviews for large scale retail games...

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Tower Bloxx Deluxe

 

This puzzle game is fun in short bursts, but it lacks the depth and gameplay options to hold your interest for long.

Simple one-button gameplay ; Good use of leaderboards

Lack of variety ; Multiplayer is offline only ; Build City mode doesn't realize its potential

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Tower Bloxx Deluxe Review

 

Tower Bloxx Deluxe has been successful on iPhone (and previously on mobile phones as just Tower Bloxx) and now the casual skyscraper stacker has come to Xbox Live Arcade. Does the design, originally intended for short bursts of portable gaming, hold up...

Good casual games are easy to pick up and have some addictive quality that keeps us playing way longer than we might have planned. Peggle and Zuma come to mind. Tower Bloxx Deluxe has the simple part down but there's nothing here to really dig into. ...

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