Tiki Towers [by GameHouse] is a famous puzzle game first developed for Wii. It is a well-executed casual puzzle game. Your aim is to save the monkeys, but it’s no easy task. In order to do that you first have to construct bamboo structure to help monkeys get thru level – and collect all 5 bananas on their way for highest rating.
You have to construct escape bamboo structures for your monkeys by taping the screen. But the catch is that you have limited amounts of bamboo to do that. But since you can remove unneeded structure pieces and use them again – you can get creative with it on harder levels.
But be aware that once your structure is ready and you tap action button, laws of physics will activate and your tower may fall or destruct under pressure from wild monkeys if no constructed properly. Then your monkeys may fall and become, you know, dead monkeys.
To get biggest score you have to let your monkeys collect all bananas, but it is not always as easy as it sounds. To make it easier I can tip you off – bananas will stick to bamboo if they are touching it before action begins.
As game progresses structures become more complex, and you are required not to just build bridges and arcs but also swings and other creative structures that are yet to get name.
- Very well designed graphics and sounds
- Addictiveness of this puzzle game
- Implementation of game physics
- Many levels to get creative with your bamboo material
- You can play this game and it won’t get old, at least not for me
What I dislike:
- It’s paid, $2, but totally worth it