The Tower of Egbert

[Game] The Tower of Egbert


The Tower of EgbertThe Tower of Egbert : HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS (recommended):
Processor: >1.5GHz, Internal Memory (RAM): 2GB

GAMEPLAY:

Build a magic tower, one brick at a time.

Discover interesting new places, dangerous areas, beautiful scenery, and other surprises as you grow your building towards the endless vastness of space.
Decorate your tower using a wide range of flags, banners, plants and many other deco items; color it and use the built-in screenshot-sharing function to show your creations to the world (using your social media channels or my homepage).
Fight gravity, winds, falling rocks, and other dangers on your way up.

Build the greatest tower ever and see if your tower can stand the test of time!

FEATURES:

One of the most comprehensive and flexible building games on the market
Complex and rewarding (dozens of blocks and deco items and unlimited building possibilities)
An open game – there are only few restrictions to your building choices
Really crooked towers (just like Merlin would build them)
Easy to learn, fun to play, hard to master
200+ height-levels in 2 gigantic worlds and more to come
Unique and detailed graphics (allowing for an exceptionally great zooming-range)
Mixes elements of Lego, Minecraft and other building games with physics, magic and other ideas to create a whole new gaming experience
Google+ leaderboards and achievements (optional)
Egbert
A lot more…

STORY:

FAQ:
Should I play this game?
If you’re into building games, yes 🙂 It’s free and hopefully good; why not give it a try?
What’s it about?
Building awesome towers and (optionally) showing them to the world. You can impress others with your building skills and/or decoration finesse.
Is this game similar to some others in the store?
Not to my knowledge. I think it’s a fairly new concept. I’ve combined physics with magic, huge worlds, and freedom in building choices plus a rewarding gameplay.
What are the permissions for?
The game needs access to local storage for storing gameplay data and screenshots. Network access is required for showing you some ads (not too many I hope) and gaining some completely anonymized data (points where people get stuck and so on…). You can simply turn off the network connection and still play the game without ads and data collection if you want (please don’t). The billing permission is used for in-app purchases.
Is this Pay2Win?
Definitely not. You can choose to buy the ads away, unlock all worlds without having to reach a certain point limit first and buy an unlimited deco-item and color pack (you can also choose to watch videos to get some decoration items).

LAST REMARK:
I’m a single independent developer and therefore I can always use some help marketing my game 🙂 – if you like what you see please support my work by:
buying the support version
giving it a good rating and writing some appreciating words
liking it on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/pages/Giggly-Mill-Productions/741725465944666)
following me on Twitter (https://twitter.com/GigglyMill)
recommending it quite generally to the world

If you have any problems or suggestions do not hesitate to contact me under: contact@gigglymill.com or via my homepage or the Facebook page. It’s really better if you use these channels over the comment function in the Play Store because I can respond adequately.

Enjoy the game!

The Tower of Egbert user reviews :

Awesome game. For what it is, its great. I like the concept. The graphics are nice and the dark feel of the theme are enjoyable. I like the music too. Good job on the game. Issues: i paid for all unlocks and had to reset my device. Now im only seeing the desert world unlocked. Also, the floating base blocks are entirely too free form in where they can be placed. The rest of the blocks are very strict in terms of where they can be placed. The “floaters” are all but impossible to get lined up. Still fun though.
  • Giggly Mill November 30, 2016
  • Hi Wyatt, nice to hear! About the payment: please write me a mail with your order number so that I can fix this for you. About the floating blocks: I didn’t want to restrict them to a certain height, to ensure that they can be used to support partially collapsed buildings at any height.
Fascinating A wonderful combination of physics ad magic, trying to build solid structures and seeing them impossibly stop destroying mid-fall. Only one question: is it possible to restart the game? Newbee tower does not look too good 🙂
  • Giggly Mill November 12, 2016
  • Thanks Helen, I’m happy you enjoy the game! Yes, it’s possible to do a restart: open the menu (tap the “Return” key of your phone) and there you’ll find the options “Restart World” (this is what you want), “Restart Chapter”, and “Restart Level”.

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