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LEGO Tower

LEGO Tower Open Beta Now Available On iOS, Android

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Back in March, it was announced that NimbleBit’s next game, LEGO Tower, would be available this Summer in all regions on iOS, Android. Summer has yet to begin, technically, so the game still has to be released, but if you really cannot wait to play it, you will be able to do so now.

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LEGO Tower has now entered the open beta phase and it’s not currently available for free on both iOS and Android.

The game seems to be mostly complete, with all of its features working properly, so you can jump in without having to worry about mechanics not doing what they are intended to do.

The game also looks beautiful, as NimbleBit used real life LEGO sets to create the game’s graphics.

LEGO Tower plays not too differently from previous games from the team, as players must build and operate a LEGO Tower.

Not only players will have to build the tower, but also apartments for the Minifigure residents as well as businesses and other facilities. The game will come with plenty of them as well as with a huge variety of Minifigures, hidden characters and more.

LEGO Tower will also allow players to visit other players’ towers as well as trade items with them to help them build their own tower.

LEGO Tower officially launches on iOS and Android on July 1st.

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Francesco De Meo
Francesco has been writing about video games and the video games industry for almost a decade, focusing on all aspects of the industry. Having always loved handheld gaming, he joined TouchTapPlay in 2013 to cover mobile gaming and, later on, the Nintendo Switch console, which is today his most played console.