Tower Rush, a stacking game with a racing element and a building-construction theme, tasks a player with quickly building a vibrant, multi-colored tower using nothing more than shapes that briefly align above the preexisting parts of the structure.
The player must have great hand-eye coordination and a fantastic sense of timing to accurately gauge when to add a new shape to their build. If they fail to attach a shape at the right moment, they must start over from scratch. If they fail to align a shape perfectly above the last tower level, they lose any portion of that shape that hangs over the edge. They must then continue their build with smaller shapes since the materials shrink in an attempt to match the size of the tower's last level.
With the loss of any overhang, the tower becomes increasingly narrow as it grows in height. The player inevitably loses the game because the top of the tower narrows to surface dimensions that are too small for the placement of additional levels. Once the player loses, they can start again to try to beat their best score. The game displays it next to a white trophy icon near the top right corner of the playfield.
How to play:
Wait for a shape to slide across the top of the tower once or twice to gauge its movement and speed. Attach the shape when it seems aligned perfectly above the last level of the tower. Repeat this process as new shapes appear for as long as possible.
Mouse: To place a shape on the top of the tower to create a new level, position the cursor so that it floats above the tower's last floor, wait for perfect alignment of the shape, and then click the shape.
Mobile: To place a shape to create a new tower level, position the cursor via a trackpad or touchscreen, wait for the shape to slide into alignment, and then tap it.