Tumbles did not see a release inside of the original online game. They instead made their obtainable debut in Moshi Monsters Egg Hunt where they can be obtained by daily egg hatching.
Able to change shape thanks to the strange swivelling cubes that make up their colourful bodies, these puzzle-loving Moshlings enjoy leaping off tall walls and landing on top of each other. I'm not entirely sure why they feel the urge to indulge in such a risky activity but I must admit it looks like fun. I once went to watch a Nifty Shifty jumping contest at the Puzzle Palace and it was incredible to see so many Shifties tumbling from the tallest turrets. Some even managed to slot into each other to form multicoloured walls - and that's what inspired me to use Nifty Shifties to screen off unfinished areas of my Moshling Sanctuary. No peeking!
Able to change shape thanks to the strange swivelling cubes that make up their colourful bodies, these puzzle-loving Moshlings enjoy leaping off tall walls and landing on top of each other. Experts are not sure why but it sure looks like fun!
Changeable, colourful, daring.
Tumbling into space and balalaika music.
Apple pie and the law of universal gravitation.
- Tumbles' block arrangement resembles the S-block from Tetris.
- The figure misses a red block, which is coloured yellow instead.
- Tumbles' name and design were first found in Issue 33 of the Moshi Monsters Magazine, where they featured as a sticker.
- Tumbles' likes and dislikes refer to Russian Cold-War communist culture because Tetris is a Russian game.