loved the game!
looking forward to more of your games!
I need help with strategy on survival and armageddon modes. Sometimes when vehicles explode, smaller ones fly clear across the screen and into the goal! It makes it very difficult to get higher than 30,000 points with this happening. It is very annoying, so does anyone have a good strategy of how to allocate points to compensate for random events like this? Aside from random events like small enemies flying across the screen, nuclear tanks blowing up right in front of my gravity shooter and enemies hugging the walls and hiding themselves until they get to my goal, this is by far the best example of a skillful game I have seen in a while. Its somewhat luck and somewhat strategy, but mostly its how you shoot the projectiles, which requires a lot of skill(something i seem to lack).
23 hours i love this game woooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo ooooooooooooooooooo
An excellent turret defense game.
I'm an hardcore fan of defense games, and always looking for good ones. This one proves to be one of the best turet defense games ever. It stands up above the others, up in the stratosphere.
Graphics are simply stunning. Explosions are really really excellent. Moreover, plasma missiles and tanks looks very neat. Man, even DYING is cool in this game. Too bad this game has outrageous system requirements, but hey, with such awesome graphics, I guess it's okay. Play on the "Low" setting if you are experiencing lag (I played this on a 1.4Ghz Centrino).
Although I don't really mind about sound, i must say i loved the sound clips of this game, especially the sound projectiles make when they fail due to instability.
Gameplay is really fun. I've been playing this for literally HOURS, and couldn't get tired of. You use your launcher as a slingshot. Your objective is to destroy tanks. Sound simple? It is, but I guarantee you it is fun as hell. There are a few minor flaws which convinced me not to give out 10/10, though. First, like many others complained about, there's no pause button, which is highly needed especially if you are playing survival and can't save. Then, I find projectile balance kinda messed up, you'll end up using the cheapest ones most of the time, and save your energy for abilities like implosion or shockwave (at least that's what I found to be more effective). At last, it is possible to accidentally click on a nuke and die, if that powerup appears close enough to your base. Most of this problems are fixed with MMM2 though, so if you enjoyed this one, you'll enjoy that even more. Let's not talk about the perfect physics engine, all the bouncing is basically flawless.
Now I gotta end my review, I've got some tanks to blow up!