“I’m going to break all the stereotypes. I’m not going to be polite. I’m not going to be bashful. I’m just going to say, fuck it, I’m Canadian. This game is Canadian. Deal with it.”
In this co-op stacking game, you wage war against both gravity and a stranger’s touchscreen clumsiness to balance different shapes on top of each other. Simple, right? But each shapes has a unique sound and color and they talk to each other in 18 different languages. Progress unlocks new phrases for you to use to your partner, one of which, we’re hoping, is, “Please stop knocking things over.”
PERFECT FOR: Jenga junkies, patient physicists, multi-lingual musicians
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Above: Corrupted Super Mario 64