Glass Tower is a game with physical collisions and gravity simulation.
This game is made to give You a lot of fun, in it's developement process we always think about interesting and theoretically endless gameplay.
Due to phisical-based engine every level can be passed in many different ways, also amount of levels is unlimited, when You pass predesigned levels others are generated randomly.
Your game progress is always saved, so You can continue playing last level
you reached any time.
And finally we have many new ideas to implement in next updates to make the game more dynamic and interesting.
- real-like physical simulation
- endless gameplay
- fast game engine with many effects
- bright and clear graphics
- pretty sounds and music
- different backgrounds to choose
Tap on the block to shatter it, but be carefull - the tower can loose its balance and fall down.
Your mission is to destroy all blue blocks, and to save as much red blocks as possible.
Blue blocks add a score. Its amount depends on the size of the block.
Red blocks subtract your score. Blue blocks that fall outside platform give You a half more scores.
Red blocks subtract twice more.
If Your score falls below zero the game is over.
DEVELOPER COMMENTS FOR v2.0 UPDATE:
In this update we made two game modes - easy and hard.
Easy mode is an old-style Glass Tower game.
Hard mode differece is an "undestructible blocks".
Undestructible blocks can't be shattered by tapping them, but when one of these blocks falls outside platform it subtracts 500 scores independently of the block's size.
Each game mode has its own hi-scores, and Your game progress saves separately for each mode.
It's like two games in one.
Keywords: glass, physics, simulation, shattering, skywardsgames, krabe, shmele
- engine update
Ratings and Reviews
Glass Tower offers challenging, physics-based gameplay. Reminds me if Totem Destroyer. The glass is satisfying to break, the game runs smoothly, and it is great mental fun. I did not give it 5 stars because I wish it was not so easy to accidentally restart your game when you mean to continue. If the "new game" and "continue" buttons were swapped, it would help. Otherwise it's well worth the money. Music is nice, too.
Good game, worth .99
It's worth it. It is addicting, frustrating at times. For me that's what makes it fun,
2011 Update: This game is a classic. I started playing it again and I love it again. I agree there should be an update of some sort - but not like Glass Tower 3 which I refused to update.
The original version was a fun game. Then they updated the free game and stripped the graphics down to a low pixel terrible looking mini game.
What is worse is that they now longer tell you how many life's that you have left which is the main point of the game. So you now have no idea where you are at in the game.
I upgraded and bought the upgraded version and found out that it is still a low pixel game that no longer tells you how many life's you have left.
I want me money back. The problem is... Is that they down graded the game and starting charging for it.
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