Summary: i used to love the old arcade game qix which is what this is clearly based on so unsurprisingly I found this immensely enjoyable and recommend it to anyone who has a fondness for the old school.
Summary: Fortix 2 it's as funny, almost as cheap and as nostalgia-bringer as the original game but it somehow fails to be as addictive. Modernized, tablet-like graphics are not bad but I loved the old-style ones from the first game much.
Summary: Being a spiced up version of the old Windows game Jezzball makes Fortix 2 easy to start playing. Some spiced up gameplay elements adds more fun and challenge, from dragons, projectiles, powerups and bats. Later levels offer quite a surprising challenge, with powerful black dragons who constantly seek out the player, firing fast projectiles.
Summary: This is a very old game idea that harkens back to the old 8-bit days when pixels had their own zip code and a mouse was a furry rodent. But Nemesys apparently extracted DNA from some prehistoric mosquito and brought the game back to life in the modern world, and it works even better now than it did in the age when people who weren't hillbillies wore mullets.
Summary: Fun little game and I got it on offer from steam for under Â£2 and so I give it an 8. If I spent more, maybe only a 7 ;) Mainly posting to add some details about controls in response to another review. The mouse controls are fiddly, but keyboard is fine. You can hold down the CTRL key to stay on the border, which prevents accidentally capturing territory (introduced during Fun little game and I got it on offer from steam for under Â£2 and so I give it an 8.
Summary: when i saw a clip of this, i almost instantly bought it. luckily, i tried the demo first. it is really unfortunate how the great concept and style of the game is at least in my opinion destroyed by its controls. mouse is useless (should have really been clicking once on a target instead of dragging) and keyboard... well... one has to trace the exact shape of the border if one wants to when i saw a clip of this, i almost instantly bought it.
Summary: Reminds me of Qix... This is a great little game with one major flaw: It doesn't record your personal high score on each level. Why this is absent is beyond me... It would add a lot of replay value.