Whether you want to admit it or not, at some point in your life, you probably tried to build the tallest tower you could. In my case, I thought for sure I was going to reach the moon, but then I ran out of LEGOs and decided I'd rather just build my house. Still, it's the effort that counts... right?
Tumble won't let you build a tower to the moon, but the idea is the same. The concept is to take blocks and stack them as high as you can. Sometimes you'll need to fill a platform or deal with other obstacles, but in general, you're just stacking blocks and hoping something doesn't go wrong.
Single-player revolves around earning medals in order to unlock levels. With nearly 70 levels (split into 12 "Zones"), Tumble is no quick flash-in-the-pan game. Though most levels are just about stacking blocks, most throw in some odd wrinkle. Some levels require you to stack blocks in certain areas, while in others a bar passes over the tower and knocks down any blocks over a certain height. A few levels give you explosives to place around the tower. As with all play variants, this is much trickier than it sounds.
Tumble's multiplayer adds to the fun. I'd even go so far as to say it was my favorite way to play. Multiplayer games are split into rounds and feature the same play types found in single-player. The twist to multiplayer is both players are building on the same tower, but are trying to leave the other player with a bad situation on their hands. For comparison's sake, think Jenga with Tetris blocks. Toss in a few power-ups and, well, you've got a game that will probably lead to an argument or two. Just remember to put the Move controller down before unleashing your inner Snooki.