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How high can you go? Topple, the most addictive stacking game ever is exclusively available on iPhone & iPod Touch!
Stack and balance a family of mischievous & dysfunctional shapes using multi-touch controls to slide and rotate them into position. Build your way to victory but remember to keep your balance by tilting the screen to prevent your teetering tower of blocks from Toppling to their doom.
Enjoy beautiful visuals, playful animations and a sweeping musical score
Drag, rotate and stack pieces using touch and multi-touch controls
Tilt the screen to keep your teetering blocks from toppling
Follow your blocks’ facial expressions for tactical clues and comic relief
Pieces are alive
By: DrivenByHim - Jan 7, 2009
Topple is very simple to learn, and very challenging to master. The game's difficulty is very noticeable at level 5, and new stacking strategies ate needed at level 6 due to the new triangle piece introduced. I love that you can tilt the device to help balance your crazy tower. Sometimes you may not want the next piece or two, so you'll have to keep them in the air by juggling them, until you can safely set them down. Very cool. Finally the faces on the pieces really make the game feel fun. They go to sleep when they feel secure, or cry when falling. Just awesome.
Potentially the best game on iPhone
By: ontologist - Feb 6, 2009
Admittedly my iPhone has more games on it than other software combined. While most of them are the free! versions of buyable software, I bit the bullet and got this game. It is one of the most fun games I've played in years! It takes a new spin on Tetris, one that I've always wished I could do in Tetris: rather than building rows you *puprosely* try to stack them as high as possible. But it is perfect for the iPhone because your movement and tilt are factors in the stability of your stack. Further, it is simple, beautiful, and clever. What more do you want in a game?
By: Sghjjfjfsgchhdf - Jan 19, 2009
Go to level 1 and the place you iPod on a table or a flat surface after about ten sec. you get an achievement. Again go to level one and and let the time run out with out ever touching the screen and you will get another achievement. Now go to any level and hold the first item in the air then with another finger draw a circle around it and you will get an achievement. Now go to any level and try to lose as quickly as possible by flicking the first four pieces out of the screen and you will get an acheivement . To get the last hidden achievement go to level 1get almost to the goal line, just barely below then let the time run out
By: Piggies - Feb 20, 2009
if i had 2 use 1 word 2 describe topple itd b fantastic. this game deserves 2 sit on a pedestal and b fed grapes and fanned. lol. jk. but it is an awesome game! b ready 2 b addicted 2 it. all this fun 4 FREE! wut else do u need 2 hear? y havent u bought it instead of reading reviews! wut else do u need 2 know? its fun, fantastic, enertaining, funny, and just overall awesome. so get it while its HOT!
ADDICTIVE! Brilliant gameplay and artwork!
By: Doctor Spin - Jan 25, 2009
Boy, ngmoco is going to be a player in the gaming world. I just tried mazefinger, bought Topple and loved it. Plus they still have Rolando coming down later this year. Just buy it. $1. Completely worth it. I am so thrilled with how this game plays and the artwork is great. The psychotic little icon rocks and will absolutely tempt me to play everytime I'm sitting in a boring meeting.Really. This is a must have.
An incredible game, I can't believe it is free...
By: Perfect... - Feb 19, 2009
This game is incredible... it uses the touch interface of the iPhone to make a truly unique and fun game. To those who say it is too easy and desire more levels, I highly doubt you beat the time and point challenges for each level. The production values are high and gameplay is extremely fun. I have not experienced a single crash after a month of use -- STOP writing reviews for apps if they crash on your iPod... most likely the problem is you and how you installed it. You are dumb.
By: Sir Isaac X - Oct 20, 2008
I am so impressed by this game, and by ngmoco in general. This game and Finger Maze are both incredibly well priced and also incredibly addictive, but I've found myself drawn to topple in particular. The colorful and humorous environment looks almost like something you'd see in a Dr. Seuss book, and the gameplay is top notch. It takes a relatively simple premise, and, while in the beginning it is simple, it takes surprising amounts of skill to get past the last tier of levels. And then of course there's the free play mode, which presents nearly unlimited replay value. This is shaping up to be the best 99 cents I've ever spent on the app store. I'm getting way more play time out of this than super monkey ball, asphalt, or any of the other (more expensive) games on my iphone. I'm sure we'll see only good things from ngmoco in the future, especially Rolando (check it out on their site, it's going to be incredible.)
By: Terrified of Pajamas - Nov 18, 2008
The game is clever all the way around. A simple but elegant mechanic with build of gameplay. The graphics are brilliant, each expressive block giving the game real life. It puts a smile on my face every time I get into it. The balancing and impact physics really feel good, especially when the stack starts to get high, or you jostle the stack trying to fit in one more piece.
There are a series of challenges and achievements that keep me coming back, though not forever. This is the quintessential $1 game. Short and sweet. Put together with only a few gestures, but those gestures are made with the highest level of quality.
Notes to the developers: The game's only shortcoming, as I see it, is lifespan. Even with the achievements system this is going to get old in time. Things to keep me coming back would be some kind of multi player and an online score board, though these may be too much for the $1 price tag to support. The free play mode, however, seems to be incrediably underdeveloped. I have played it a few times and, asside from the crazy balance physics you get once you stack incrediably high, there's nothing there to keep me coming back more than a few times. This really needs to be an unlimited scoring game mode where you are just pushing to get the highest possible score. Perhaps a few strategic tricks for bonus scoring. I am thinking back on my days playing endless hours of Tetris and, although I see some real potential here, I don't think this game will hit that mark for me without a little something more.
Price at Purchase: $0.99
By: Ben Hummel - Oct 19, 2008
This game is incredibly addictive. I've bought a bunch of iPhone games for my iPod Touch including Enigmo, Super Monkey Ball, and Cro-Mag Rally, and I think this game tops most of them. It provides the user with a huge amount of control over the blocks (after they've been placed, you can still move them) and the Gravity Tilt feature just adds a whole new twist. This game is SO worth the $0.99.
By: Tonic - Oct 20, 2008
I don't typically write reviews. Actually, I don't typically play iPhone games. But why not have a good one on the super resourceful device?! So I thought I'd try this one out because even though I don't write reviews, I read them. So if you read this review, I'm letting you know that I'm so impressed with this game that I had to chime-in. This game is super-fun and plays very well. My coworkers all wanted to try ;) Get this one!
Cute and lots of fun
By: icruise - Oct 21, 2008
Although it might be tempting to compare this to Tetris, the games are actually very different. In Tetris, you're trying to use various shapes to complete full lines of blocks, and you don't want the tower to reach the top of the screen. In Topple, you're basically trying to get as high as you can. There are 9 levels, plus 3 "achievements" for each level (where you try to beat a high score, low completion time, or high tower height). There's not a huge amount of content, but at only $.99 you'll certainly feel like you got your money's worth. It really is a lot of fun and the shapes are adorable.
Excellent idea, excellent app!
By: krazyfingerzz - Dec 21, 2008
I've been slacking on my reviewing but this app is worth talking about. I'd seen excellent reviews on toucharcade.com but was reluctant still because I saw "tetris" and I hate that game with a passion. The graphics, though, won me over (that block looks like the Grinch and I can't resist the Grinch). The minute I started playing, I was having an absolute blast. The music is fitting, the blocks are totally hysterical, and I found myself giggling like an idiot as I tried to stack 'em high and fast. No, it's not like tetris, and for that I am thankful. It's got a personality, a sense of humour, if you will, though I suppose on some level there are similarities. You move the blocks with a finger, rotate with two, and I challenge anyone to do that without a smile the whole time :o) I think later tonight I'll shoot for the free play option so I can really enjoy the backgrounds - whoever did the artwork on this has a fantastic style that I find really appealing. Getting a really funny, well-produced app for a buck is awesome and hopefully we'll see tons more from this dev. Great job!
Great game and free!
By: Lukaboi - 21-Dec-2008
I have read some of the reviews for this game and have been surprised to see that there are many reviews saying that it's a total waste of time. I think that they are talking rubbish and the game is very addictive at the best of times. One of the best things about the game is that it's free! This means that even if you don't like it you can deleteit for no expense lost. Hope you have fun playing it.
By: humhallelujah - Dec 28, 2008
This game was really entertaining. Gave me hours of good fun. Never crashed on me, and I love that you can listen to your music while playing the game. If this game had cost money and I knew how great it would be I would have bought it, so this is a good deal. My brother and I both really enjoyed trying to beat each other's records for the highest structure. Get this now, and I promise you won't regret it!
By: Caitlin L - Dec 28, 2008
This is the one app I keep coming back to on my Touch, of all the apps I have. I never get bored of it, and it's the most entertaining of all my games.
You want to stack the blocks as high as you can, and naturally the tower will start to sway. I love tilting the iPod back and forth to keep the balance and save everything from toppling over! Plus you can move blocks even after you've placed them. And the blocks' faces are so funny, especially when they know they're about to fall! I like playing on free play - no time limit, no points, just fun stacking and tilting and pure entertainment!
TOTALLY AWESOME!! best eva!
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Challenging, addictive, and fun art/animation!
By: frozen01 - Dec 28, 2008
I really don't have a single complaint about this game.
The gameplay is very fun and challenging. It's kind of like Tetris, except your goal is to get as high up as you can without your stack toppling over. There are different things you can do to help keep your shapes stacked: Moving quickly, balancing them with other blocks stacked on top of them to counter the tipping, stablizing them with flat surfaces, etc.
The faces on the blocks are pretty cute and "react" to the movement and swaying.
Overall, addicting and fun game for teens and adults... a little too difficult for children. Well worth every penny!
best game on the ipod touch i phone, by far! hahaa and its free!!!
By: G-ranty - Dec 31, 2008
ok so this is by far the best game or mabey best application period for the iphone or ipod touch! and people say the greatest things in life arent free. well those people are wrong. also forget all the one stars. i would hae easily paid 5 or 6 dollars for this, yet they charge 6 dollars for scrabble... the only thing wrong with itunes is they should show video previews of games not just pictures, so people can see how good this app is! this game makes the ipod touch(for me) as good as my PSP. very fun and does not get boring quickly! i also suggest flick fishing for 2$ and booty blocks for a dollar i would easily pay 4 or 5 bucks for! all 3 very good games!
By: WonderingIf - Jan 3, 2009
What a fun game! I just went out on a limb with this one, but I'm glad I did! Today I was playing, and, before I knew it, my head was tilted sideways and I was giggling and talking to the tottering column of blocks. The graphics and funny and polished. I enjoy the faces on the different pieces as they are about to fall. Gameplay is easy, yet there is challenge to the game. Using the accelerometer to affect the lean of the blocks is a nice touch. Overall, a very fun game! Try it out!
Tips Over the Competition!
By: Terdinus Asus - Jan 5, 2009
If a game like Tetris were to be released for the iPhone, then Topple would be it. Straight Tetris would indulge the old-fashioned, but let's face it, you don't buy an iPod Touch/iPhone to indulge your nostalgic side.
The best games for the iPhone/iPod Touch are those that take the best of the tried and true games, and utilize them in conjunction with the innovative new features of the iPhone. Topple does that. It is a game similar to Tetris, but with a time limit, a definite feasible goal, and excellent use of the iPhones accelerometer and touch screen.
The graphics and music for this game are extremely professional and showcase the best qualities of the iPhone.
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