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Tower Bloxx Deluxe

Tower Bloxx Deluxe (X360) game cover art
Platform: Xbox 360
Tags: Puzzle
Developer: Digital Chocolate

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
10/21/2009
JP
10/21/2009

Reader Reviews

Tower Bloxx Deluxe review

Reviewed May 20, 2011

teradio says: "Daniel Richtmyre - Tower Bloxx Deluxe is an incredibly addictive game. The premise being that you must stack stories of a building together in order to make an incredibly tall tower. This is done by dropping “Bloxx” from a swinging crane, which initially starts on a flat building site, and progressively grows when you start stacking bloxx on top of each another."
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