Super Sanctum TD – unlike Sanctum – is a traditional Tower Defence game played from an isometric perspective. When you first start the game, you are met with a short tutorial explaining the control systems and general idea behind the game which take only a few minutes to complete. The idea is to build platforms to force the waves to take the longest route and build towers on top of the platforms to stop the enemy waves reaching the core.
Those seeking a relaxing, offbeat experience would do well to pick up Proteus while it is included in the Humble Indie Bundle. I would highly recommend it to people who require a little escapism for the stresses of the world, but I cannot recommend that you pay £6.99 for it.
Selling StarDrive as anything other than a game still heavily in development is tantamount to fraud.
TL;DR: Less NYPD Blue, more like Police Academy: Mission to Moscow.
Every aspect of ‘Monaco What’s Yours Is Mine’ is exemplary.
Scooping out various organs with a plastic spoon may not be the traditional method, but Nigel is a maverick doctor.
In desperation you are sent to the mountains to descend through thirty floors of treachery, traps and monsters. Will you find the antidote and come back alive from The Pit?
Remember when John Kimble from Kindergarten Cop was squaring off against Tang Lung from Way of The Dragon, then John McClane from Die Hard jumped in the room and blew them up with a bazooka?
“Welcome to Dungeonland!” squawks the Dungeon Master, through a loudspeaker. ..
An event called the MindKill has slaughtered everyone else in Reality B.