TUMBLE Review by Joystiq
What makes Tumble so cool is two-fold: For one, there's the Move technology itself, which allows for 3D control of the blocks. It's so accurate and responsive that I had a little trouble using a 2D form of input – my MacBook's trackpad – immediately after playing. It feels, for all intents and purposes, like you're reaching into your TV to manipulate objects. The other great aspect of Tumble is its degree of challenge. Stacking blocks might sound easy, but when you factor in their various shapes, weights and even material types (grippy rubber, slick glass and so on) it gets more interesting. Add in uneven building platforms and challenges that require you to reach a specified height with a seemingly inadequate supply of blocks and it becomes a real brain twister.
The pacing of Tumble is intentionally slow -- I had many moments, on the edge of my seat, trying to slide a block into place with the slightest movements so as not to topple the rest of the structure -- but if you've got the patience, you'll be rewarded time and time again.
Read the full review at http://www.joystiq.com/2010/09/01/tumble-review/