Excerpt: The Good: Cheesy, entertaining homage to golden-age science fiction movies The Bad : Wrapped around average tower defense game The Ugly : Nothing. There are, just to pin a rough number on it, a hundred and twenty three million tower defense games available on the web. Doubt me?
Summary: Unstoppable Gorg is a space defense game in which you defend our solar system from the relentless march of a fearsome alien race by sending satellites into orbit around planets, moons and space stations.
Excerpt: If nothing else, Futuremark definitely knows how to create games with style. Primarily a company that makes benchmarking programs it proved with its first game release, Shattered Horizon, that it definitely knows how to apply the graphics technology as well.
Excerpt: [wpcol_1half id=”” class=”” style=””] This week we have another entry to the Tower Defence Genre, which in it’s self is full of a lot of great titles, from the recent Dungeon Defenders, to various flash games, facebook games and mods for Warcraft, there are a lot to choose from, yet even amongst the...
Excerpt: Futuremark, are better known for their benchmark applications so it comes as a bit of a surprise that their game development arm has produced a Tower Defense game, and a pretty good one at that.
Excerpt: The genre of tower defence games has been very popular for a few years now, especially in flash games on the Internet. Some developers and publishers, as we can see from Unstoppable Gorg, sometimes take the risk of making a pay-to-play version of the game.
Excerpt: Holy rocketships, where did this come from? I wasn't convinced this was worth covering from the blurb (Oh, wow, another Tower Defence... Zzzzzz... oh, sorry!), but I was wrong. So wrong. It's fun, it's easy, and it's self-awareness is off the charts. In short, I fricking love this game.
Excerpt: The Unstoppable Gorg is a game defined by its great graphics, creative theme, and versatility in its game modes. The game is a fun Tower Defense game with a space/sci-fi movie theme, and is filled with humor and fun perfect for anyone who plays the game.
Excerpt: The Good: Cheesy, entertaining homage to golden-age science fiction movies The Bad: Wrapped around average tower defense game The Ugly: Nothing. There are, just to pin a rough number on it, a hundred and twenty three million tower defense games available on the web. Doubt me?
Excerpt: The other day I was having a chat with a gaming friend of mine, and we were talking about people’s interest in playing games that were basically unimaginative – Zynga stuff, that sort of thing – and we came to the conclusion that the people making those games couldn’t have much interest in actually...