Tower Bloxx is the perfect blend of puzzle game and cartoony goodness. The object is to create skyscrapers by stacking the levels one at a time. It's much more difficult, and far more addicting, than it sounds.
This game features four modes of game play. The object of the first is to build a city. There are three districts to build on, but you must work your way through one to unlock another by building, and properly organizing your skyscrapers. The second mode is quick play where you can build just one skyscraper if you only have a few minutes. Challenge Mode allows you to play against another player on one device. And, finally, there is Time Attack, which is, in my humble opinion, the best mode. In Time Attack, you must reach checkpoints to gain extra time and you can continue to build as high as you can until the time runs out
There are really very few things that I found wrong with this game. You will either love it or hate it - and the only reason you will hate it is if you're not a fan of these type of games to begin with.
The graphics are a perfect compliment to this game. The cartoon buildings and background offer a wacky, childlike feel that will keep you interested... at least it did for me.
Gameplay is also a huge selling point. To drop a block, you simply swipe your finger down. The higher the skyscraper gets, the more it sways back and forth, making harder to drop the blocks in the proper place.
As I said before, there are very few things I found wrong with this game. Unless you don't like playing awesome games, there's no way you won't like it.
This is one game that I couldn't put down. Personally, I enjoyed everything about this game. I was sold after the first level. Plus, astronauts floating through space as you reach the higher levels of skyscraperdom is pretty cool. The price, $2.99, is actually not bad for this game. There is a lite version that you can check out beforehand if you don't feel like taking my word for it. But, I warn you, the lite version will just leave you wanting more.