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  • Summary: Your world is about to change, literally. Imagine an enemy that is everywhere and moves like a single giant, organic mass across the map. Imagine your base and your people surrounded by a blanket of crushing destruction from all directions. Your only hope, well what hope? Then you take the high ground and pound this Creeper enemy into oblivion. You've saved the day just so you can do it again and again. Do you have what it takes to save your great city, your people, and all of history? Expand
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  1. May 29, 2012
    i believe that this game is very well made, it is not a general strategy or tower defense game, and i like that since a lot of times it can get tyring when there is no variety. The overall game play is simple and easy to understand how it works. The game is challenging in the higher levels. It is a very fun game to play whenever you want. Also you can try different strategies to win the levels, control all of the creeper generators or just go straight towards the totems. Also there is a story that you follow so its not just random levels put up. Can't wait for the next installment, keep it up knuckle cracker. Expand
  2. Dec 13, 2013
    I enjoyed this game quite a bit. I guess it's kindof like a RTS w/ some tower defense elements except you are attacking. Using military pieces like guns, mortars, bombers and production pieces to hold terrain, create power, etc, you fight a creeping "goo" that comes at you from all sides. It has simple mechanics combined with a fairly deep strategy. It's not overly complex so you can pick it up quickly, but there's enough meat there to make it engaging. Completing the levels was generally not challenging, but the fun is more in how efficiently the levels can be completed. (You can have fun playing leisurely or can go for speed if you want a challeng). I found it was often easy to achieve a stalemate with the enemy, and proceed at my own tactical pace to achieve the objectives. I'm sure the challenge for many will be how quickly they can achieve the objective but for me it was fun just to figure out how to take a board and go about doing it. I did lose a few battles on the first try, but for the most part even the hardest levels in story mode could be completed after a handful of replays. Usually the most difficult levels were ones where something has to happen very quickly at the start of the level or all is lost, and it took several retries on a couple levels to figure the opening moves out properly. Most levels are not like this though. Overall very fun game. I recommend it. Expand