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"as I sit here in my ivory tower i look down and i am saddened by the slaughter as i see the enemies constant futile attempts at my life i see them cut down again again and again then i see their meager stronghold and look at mine my baby my child my very life so large and strong I know that there will be no rival but i also know that this fighting will never end and all that will be known is death"
"the Rargle chronicles" time (OVER 9000!!!!) 9400 money: 90000
game is not too bad
the back story is retarded tho
some time i lose controll of the map
Good game, but...
It's got potential but I've found many faults with it. None of which are graphical or having to do with the story or even bugs with gameplay but greivances none the less. It's too short, like, REALLY too short. I mean, it's only got FOUR levels... Also, it's superfluously easy. I never lost, in endurance mode I eventually pinned down the CPU to the point that if I were to have sold everything I had, rebuit it all, and re-upgraded everything, I STILL would have had cash left over enough so that I could go through the cycle again. As well as the "road" concept seems like it was put into the game more as a GIMICK rather than a key piece of strategy as most factories just built a road down, up and down, or down and right or left. And finally, to top it all off, there needed to be a bit more upgrades put in or maybe even an experience system to add some depth and variety to just building robots until you eventually swarmed the enemy base. I literally could have won in every level with nothing but the Dark Hut. I don't hate the game, but you could have done a heck of a lot better. Since it is the first in what could be a great series, I'm not going to bash it by saying it sucks and that you should probably do something better with your time because, like I said prior, it's got potential to be great as long as you put enough effort into it. If you do make a sequal, take these and many other thoughts into consideration.
So, overall: Too short, too easy, no real strategy involved, not enough upgrades, not enough factories, and the game seems a tired concept. Not bad, but not great either. 3/5 7/10
Pyramids own everything.
Had a lot of fun playing this game but three things.
1. You really don't need anything other than Pyramids. Pyramids own everything.
2. The first level was the hardest. Once the first level was done, the rest of the levels were super easy because Pyramids own everything.
3. Pyramids own everything.