NEW TODAY! TowerBloxx Delux 3D available for the Nokia N900 (Maemo 5, Demo)

| July 6, 2010 | Reply

NEW TODAY from Digital Chocolate, one of the best mobile game developers to date:  TowerBloxx Delux 3D has appeared on the Ovi Store for the Nokia N900! (Symbian version available).

I’d make a demo video and screenshot myself but N900 has gone for some rest and repair (for around 9 days). I’ll update when I find one.

It says it’s free for the demo version (not sure if you have to pay for a full version later). It’s an addictive tower building game, where you have to carefully drop the next floor of your tower to make sure it’s balanced.

Image via Pocket.at

Aaarrgh, I want to try it out on the N900! If you want to try it out to, head over to the Ovi Store. Click Here to download the free demo.

Anyway, you can see the iPhone version below for now which reviews suggest it looks on par (if not better being higher Res)

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Category: Maemo, Nokia, Nseries, Video

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  1. JFH says:

    Just tried it, looks like a solid game, gameplay looks decent, works well with this resolution. I think they kept the Iphone aspect ratio, there are thin back bars on the short ends. Limited gameplay though, and you need to purchase the full version after 30 bloxx high. The full version is not available yet, or so my N900 indicated a few minutes ago.

  2. John Wiegand-forson says:

    I have played this game on my Nokia e72 and its a great game definitely recommend it

  3. Lloyd says:

    I downloaded the free version yesterday and hit the blocks limit very quickly. Bad thing? No way! I just bought it. This game may wind up being more fun, and even more addicting, than Angry Birds!

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