With iStacked, you are not limited to a particular type of tower
Since this game is played on the iPhone, you have more variety.
Choose your tower style from one of 5 types.
Here are some of them:
- Multi Coloured
- Classic Wood
- Concrete Blocks
iStacked departs from this rule and allows players to place their bricks back on top of the tower in any way they see fit. However, they still have to be placed longways or sideways but cannot be placed diagonally.
iStacked has eliminated the strict placement rule.
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Position the brick in a way which will make it harder for the next player to place his bricks without causing the tower to fall.
The tower will appear primarily from an angle where two sides of the tower can be viewed. The player will have one of the four corners of the construction at the center of his view.
The player can move this angle of viewing as they wish by swiping his finger horizontally besides the tower. The tower can be rotated horizontally left-right, right-left or up and down in seamless motions. This will allow the player to look at the full tower in 3D.
The object of the game is to remove bricks from the tower (anywhere except the top 3 levels) without making the tower fall.
Once you have removed the brick, you need to place it on top of the tower and build the tower higher. Again, you must not let the tower fall when placing the brick back on top.
As each brick is removed and placed on top, the tower becomes more and more unstable.
The person who causes the tower to fall, loses.
You can rotate the tower by placing your finger in the area next to the tower and swiping across.
Find a brick you wish to remove and then touch the tower. Your view will now zoom into the brick. Touch the brick and then tilt the iPhone (to remove the brick) in a way which will keep the level ball in the middle of the pipe.
If the ball moves towards the edge, you have made too much movement while removing the brick and the tower will fall.
If the level indicator is on the bottom of the screen, you can either slide the iPhone towards you or away from you to remove the brick.
If the level indicator is on the side of the screen, you will still need to tilt the iPhone towards you or away from you to keep the level ball in the center of the pipe but at the same time, you will need to tilt the iPhone in the direction you wish the brick to be removed.
Once the brick has been removed and you have managed to keep the tower from falling, drag the brick to the top of the tower. Once you position the brick at the top, your view will change to “placement view”.
In placement view, you will be looking at the tower from the top.
Tilt the iPhone until your brick is in the desired position and then tap the brick. It will fall into place. Once you have placed your brick, you cannot move it.
There is a rotate button in the corner of the screen. Touching this will rotate the brick at a 90 degree angle. Use it if you need to.
Be careful not to place a brick more than halfway off the edge or at an unstable position. It may cause the tower to fall.
Once you have placed the brick at the top successfully without causing the tower to fall, play passes to the next person in a multiplayer game.
The game is played with 54 blocks; each block is 3 times as long and slightly smaller in height than its width.
The blocks are stacked in a tower formation; each story has three blocks placed adjacent to each other along their long side, and each story is placed perpendicular to the previous (so, for example, if the blocks in the first story are pointing north-south, the second story blocks will point east-west).
There are therefore 18 stories to the tower.
The object of the game is to successfully remove one block at a time without toppling the tower and placing the removed block on top of the tower.
The blocks can be placed however you like on top of the tower. This means, you can position your block in a way where your opponent will find it difficult to place his block in a stable manner when it is his turn.
Which ever player drops the tower loses the game.
iStacked is a highly popular game played with blocks.
The object of the game is to successfully remove one block at a time without toppling the tower and placing the removed block back on top of the tower in a way which would make it difficult for your opponent to place his block on top after you.
Which ever player drops the tower loses the game.
iStacked is a must have game that no fun-loving household should be without. Behind its simple exterior there’s a surprisingly daring game that builds to a suspenseful, high-spirited climax when playing with friends.
iStacked quickly becomes the life of every party and is an ideal way to make the most of your quality time with family or friends.
It’s a great game to play for fun and excitement and it’s a game which everyone enjoys. So gather your friends and family and get ready for some enjoyable fun!
A Typical iStacked Tower