tower defence

Let Them Come review

There’s a scene in Aliens where the marines setup automatic turrets to shoot the approaching horde of aliens. In Let Them Come you essentially recreate that scene but as a gunner controlling a turret....[Read More]

Kingdom: New Lands review

Kingdom: New Lands is purposely obtuse, providing a mere slither of context in the beginning and nothing more. As such, it can get frustrating figuring out what you need to do and how to go about doin...[Read More]

Battleborn review

Part MOBA, part FPS, Part RPG; Battleborn certainly throws a lot of mechanics into its frantic action, drenched in humour and cartoon style. It’s a mixture that doesn’t quite come together in the end ...[Read More]

Review

Back in December we previewed the Rouge-lite, RPG, tower defence, survival game Dungeon of the Endless, and it certainly made a good impression. However, for how enjoyable, clever and compelling it wa...[Read More]

Fortified! review

Fortified! melds 1950s sci-fi with tower defence wonderfully. Alien saucers and a plethora of robots that wouldn’t look out of place in films such as Lost in Space and War of the Worlds, march f...[Read More]

Dungeon of the Endless preview

Dungeon of the Endless brings together mechanics from RPGs, tower defence and survival games and ties them together with a Rogue-like knot. The result is a wonderfully compelling and a splendidly uniq...[Read More]

Kaiju Panic review

Kaiju Panic, from indie team Mechabit, is a real-time tower defence game. Following the impact of a series of meteorites across the world, strange never-before seen Kaiju have begun amassing near the ...[Read More]

Defenders of Ardania Review

It’s been a bit of a Yin and Yang week on the Xbox LIVE Arcade and if Shoot Many Robots was the wild and reckless, beer guzzling, party animal then it’s time gto say hello to Defenders of ...[Read More]