Virtual Villagers: Origins

Virtual Villagers: Origins is developed and published by Last Day of Work. It is a brilliant title of most selling simulation series, Virtual Villagers that offer new storyline with improving visuals and enhanced mechanics. According to the story, the villagers find themselves into the mysterious new island, and they need to become builders, farmers, scientist, or parents to make decisions about the unpredictable island… read more
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Tricky Towers is a Physics-based, Tower-Building, Puzzle, Single and Multiplayer video game developed and published by WeirdBeard. The game offers exciting gameplay inspired by the Tetris game, in which the player aims to use the same Tetris block and create a massive tower in a given amount of time.

It features falling blocks, and the goal is to stack blocks on the tower rather than clear rows. Random blocks drop from the top of the screen, and row does not disappear, but blocks may fall off the tower. During the play, the player can change the block physics, such as doubling the size, become slippery, and dropping faster.

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Virtual Villagers: Origins is developed and published by Last Day of Work. It is a brilliant title of most selling simulation series, Virtual Villagers that offer new storyline with improving visuals and enhanced mechanics.

According to the story, the villagers find themselves into the mysterious new island, and they need to become builders, farmers, scientist, or parents to make decisions about the unpredictable island.

Like the previous games, it consists of multiple levels, and the player needs to guide his character day to day lives and help him to explore and restore a new home. There are lots of resources available, and the game allows the player to unlock new resources by using his experience points.

Virtual Villagers: Origins also allows the player to share his progress and village with his friends using social networking sites. Do try it out.

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