Tippy Tree: A Christmas Puzzle Brings Competitive Tree Decor to App Store

Tippy Tree: A Christmas Puzzle Brings Competitive Tree Decor to App Store

It's like Jenga but with Christmas decorations.

Michelle McLean by Michelle McLean on Dec 12, 2015 @ 02:57 PM (Staff Bios)
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It's time for yet another Christmas game! Though I have been behind (I apologize, moving can be a bit hellish), I have not forgotten the festive games that are clearly awaiting us! Today's game will be on the iOS, titled Tippy Tree: A Christmas Puzzle. Developed by Mythical City Games, this may be the game that will help you get into the spirit of Christmas? How, might you ask?

Well, you are mastering the art of Christmas tree decorating! By that, I mean that, you may as well be playing Jenga, because the Christmas tree decorations are so heavy that placing them wrongly can result in, "TIIIIIMBERRRR!"

You must be able to place a numerous amount of ornaments, and your score only increases if you place them farther away from the center of the tree. You'll even be able to collect new ornaments during the game to dress your tree with some Christmas bling!

So what happens if you're able to progress? Well, presents will appear, revealing coins that can be redeemed at the ornament shop. But how complicated will it get as you progress?

Well, upon higher levels, ornaments vary in weight, bringing more of a challenge among 19 regular levels and two infinite levels. So, sound like a good way to celebrate the holiday season yet?

If it is, you can head on over to the App Store and download it for the iPhone, iPad, or even iPod Touch!

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