Level It! Tower Falling Over Review — green is it!

Level It! Tower Falling Over Review — green is it!

Feb 14, 2018

There is no such thing as too many time wasting games; life as we know not almost begs for them. Level It! Tower Falling Over is new-ish one that looks to make folks see red when they see green.

It uses decent graphics, with interesting 3D stylings that go well with the controls and are buttressed by non-distracting backgrounds rounded up into two groups: Forest and Mountain.li3

To understand the game, you have to visualize it… by playing, yep. The “main” game pieces are sorta like legos,and are green and red. These pieces are used to create basic, non-fused monochramatic towers (red or green). Non-fused in the sense that they can be toppled and scattered, much like a jenga tower.

The core idea is especially easy to grasp, especially with the first few levels. It starts with a singular green tower, and a cannon that can be manipulated the the virtual 3D plane as described earlier. So, you simply line up the cannon as needed, and tap “fire” to shoot. Each level has a fixed number of shots you can expend, and the idea is to aim and shoot to knock down the green tower, and unlock the next level.

Now, after the subsequent level (and just as we should suspect), the game gets craftier. Multiple green towers, and eventually, the aforementioned red towers. The red towers cannot be fired upon though, so depending on how the towers are set up, knocking down the green without hitting the red with the projectile can be quite the challenge. And they get even tougher, with mixed towers, weird ledges and more, all designed to really test your creativity. Hitting the red directly first means the level is failed.

Levels can be replayed, and extra balls purchased to extend levels. Easy peasy.

So, it’s a simple game with a specific focus. You get what you get, and from a time waster perspective, it mostly works.

Level It! Tower Falling Over Review — green is it! Rundown

Graphics/Sound - Simple looks and great use of 3D.
Controls - Simple firing mechanism, great use 3D view.
Gameplay - Easy-to-understand gameplay: get the green.
Replay Value - Fairly addictive.
Overall - Simple and enjoyable.

Download: App available at the Google Play Store »

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