Let’s Play Tower Unite Early Access – Minigolf

Let's Play Tower Unite Early Access Minigolf

This week on the Learning Works for Kids Let’s Play channel, Ryan checks out the early access for PixelTail’s new virtual world party game, Tower Unite. The first thing Ryan tries is a pirate adventure themed minigolf — just one of the many mini games that allows players to compete for in-game credits. Players can spend this currency to purchase and personalize their very own area to hang out with their friends.

In today’s episode, Ryan golfs his way across pirate ships and through cannons, attempting to finish the course with as few strokes as he can. As the holes get more and more difficult, Ryan realizes the key to staying under par is to take the time to plan his shots out and then wait for just the right moment to swing! It’s all about self-control and planning!

Tower Unite is in early access on Steam, which means players are allowed to explore the game world as the game is developed.

Let’s Play Tower Unite!:

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