Rickle is an addicting casual tower building game, now available

Rickle is a construction game. Not only does he see you building a pile of boulders on a range of beautifully designed sets, but he sees you building a better world at the same time.

This is because a portion of the proceeds from Rickle’s IAP sales and advertising revenue has been pledged to three environmental charities: the Natural Resources Defense Council, the Union of Concerned Scientists and the Environmental Working Group.

To play your part, you just need to play the game. Here’s how.

In the middle of the screen, there is a slab of rock, while other slabs of rock continue to float left to right. The goal is to hit your smartphone whenever a boulder is directly above the stack in the center, adding another layer to your turn.

The perfect tap will land a stone flush with the one below. The imperfect tap, on the other hand, will leave an overhang that will be cut off before the next boulder arrives. This obviously has the effect of narrowing the top of your tower, making it more difficult for you to place the next stone outcrop. Every attempt is doomed to failure.

The perfect tap will land a stone flush with the one below. The imperfect tap, on the other hand, will leave an overhang that will be cut off before the next boulder arrives. This obviously has the effect of narrowing the top of your tower, making it more difficult for you to place the next stone outcrop. Every attempt is doomed to failure.

But don’t despair. Rickle keeps track of your running total, and when it’s high enough, you’ll unlock the next world. And you also have a personal best to chase, which gives you a lot of motivation to come back for another attempt.

The developer has also promised to add to the game’s ten existing locations with future updates, with Easter eggs and hidden mini-games also planned.

So what are you waiting for? Download Rickle on the Google play store and the App Store. There is a official site in place for the game too.