PlayStation LifeStyle writes,
"Originally a tech demo for the unveiling of the motion controller back at Sony’s E3 Press Conference in 2009, Tumble was a surprising announcement for the PlayStation Move’s lineup. Does it stack up well against the PlayStation Network’s other offerings? Or does it fall apart?Tumble is a three-dimensional puzzler on the PSN with an unbelievable physics twist. It looks and feels like a virtual version of the classic balance game Jenga, stacking blocks up and hoping they don’t fall over. But while Tumble works the same simple principle, being in a video game allows it to have elements that the silly little wooden blocks cannot even dream of. Players aren’t even limited to one shape, size, or even the same materials of the original 1986 game. Cubes, hemispheres, and pyramids made of glass, metal, or plastic are only some of the items that you are given to play with in your seemingly limitless repertoire."