Excerpt: Fortix 2 is described by its creators at Nemesys Games as a “reverse tower defense game.” You are tasked with capturing thirty castles while avoiding monsters and projectiles. You capture them by boxing off areas. These areas then become free from the evil mage Xitrof’s control. You must capture each badge on the level and destroy or capture each tower. The faster you capture the badges, the more points you accumulate.
Excerpt: Fortix 2, like Fortix before it, owes a good deal of its inspiration to the classic arcade game Qix. Fortix took Qix’s rather abstract, geometric look and replaced it with a medieval fantasy mod. For the most part that was the extent of it, but Fortix 2 takes things further and adds additional complexity and variation to the gameplay. The result is a game that captures the fun and sprit of Qix, but adds an additional layer of challenge and excitement to the formula.
Excerpt: I guess the best way to start this off it to tell everyone that I don't believe in "going easy" on Indie game developers just because they're indie. That being said, I do try to give them a little leeway here and there because I understand that they don't have access to all the same resources. This on the other hand isn't one of those times. Fortix 2 is described by Steam as "a reverse turret defense game.
Excerpt: When we received Forix 2 for review, I immediately loaded up the YouTube video as I had never heard of the game or its predecessor. I immediately recognized the core concept of the gameplay from my youth.
Excerpt: Le petit monde du jeu indépendant est fait d'agréables trouvailles mais aussi de cruelles déceptions. Auréolé d'une sélection en finale à l'Indie Game Challenge du DICE Summit, Fortix 2 appartient hélas à la seconde catégorie.
Summary: Приятная аркада, необязательная
на компьютере, но уместная на PSP и
iPad. Соответствующие версии уже в
пути. К слову, покупать еще и первый Fortix
не нужно, так как все уровни из него
есть в продолжении.