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Silver Award-winning 99 Bricks Wizard Academy topples onto Android

Put your stacking skills to the test on Android

Silver Award-winning 99 Bricks Wizard Academy topples onto Android

Chaotic stacking puzzler 99 Bricks Wizard Academy has swayed, bent, and finally crashed its way onto the Google Play Store, after a month on iOS.

The game, a physics-based high score wrangler about trying to build the tallest tower imaginable, can now be enjoyed by Android and iOS gamers alike.

Unlike Tetris, from which 99 Bricks Wizard Academy borrows its iconic bricks, there’s no locking down rows or filling in gaps. With just 99 unstable and awkwardly shaped blocks descending from the clouds, your job is to stack ‘em as quickly and as high as possible, while making sure your clumsy creation stays steady the whole way up.

Our review of the iOS version praised 99 Bricks Wizard Academy for its great sense of strategy, noticeable lack of IAPs, and meaningful achievement system, calling it "a decidedly solid game, in every sense of the word."

The newly released Android port comes as a free download with ads.