The Tower of Egbert - an arcade novelty from the studio Giggly Mill, according to the gameplay of which the user needs to build strange towers and castles. The project is designed in shadow style, which recently is often used by many developers. In addition, the novelty has received realistic physics, supplemented with magical capabilities, which will help the user repeatedly in the performance of the task. Although the game does not have an infinite number of levels, but there are quite a few of them, more than two hundred, therefore not everyone can go through the whole game, but those who succeed in it can rightfully consider themselves gurus of the gaming industry. Although by and large the matter is not even in the hardcore of the project, but in the perseverance of following the set goal, which many gamers may simply not be enough for. However, an excellent incentive is the prospect of unlocking new game locations, where there are more opportunities, and the interest is constantly fueled by new "buns" and unusual content. So, the first stage sends a gamer to the cliff, where it is necessary to deploy the first virtual construction. Of course, the landscape and the soil do not allow us to begin the grandiose construction of the century, but our protagonist is not going to build small objects - he has big ambitions. The user learns about the features of erection of structures in the process of training, we will not dwell on this. Let's just say that when an object is ready, it is necessary to make tests, for which we invite a local magician, and he uses lightning to test the strength of our design. In the event that the cracks "ran" the cracks - half the disaster, it's all fixable, but if a brick flies out of the structure, you have to redo everything.
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