|By date||Most helpful reviews||By my score||By metascore||By user score|
Average User Score: 7.4Nov 12, 2013As with all my reviews, this is for the Linux version, but it should be the same for all desktop platforms.
Pixeljunk does an excellent jobAs with all my reviews, this is for the Linux version, but it should be the same for all desktop platforms.
Pixeljunk does an excellent job with the game play of both this game and Shooter. The music, graphics, sound, and ability to have co-op are all great! The only reason I'm rating it a 9 instead of a 10 is that I feel some of their music should have been slightly less repetitive and a little more complex, and because I felt the menu system for co-op games could have been made simpler.
Do other TD games have better graphics? Yes! But does this art style work and is this game enjoyable too? Yes! Plus, it's the only TD game for Linux right now! Highly recommended!… Expand
Average User Score: 7.7Nov 12, 2013Combining physics and cavern flight elements into one game, this game does not disappoint. I've been very impressed with Pixeljunk's focus onCombining physics and cavern flight elements into one game, this game does not disappoint. I've been very impressed with Pixeljunk's focus on game play as they seem to get it perfect in both this game and Monsters, always making it fun and enjoyable. I have not finished this game yet, but it is progressing nicely so far.
The interface is great, the controls are great, the music and sound is great, things are self-explanatory or easy to figure out, and I haven't found any bugs so far. It's difficult to rate graphics in a game that isn't trying to have super detailed graphics, so instead I'll say the graphics are great for what they are trying to be.
To fairly give this game a lower score than a 10/10 would mean finding another game with very similar game play to compare it against, but I don't know of any such game so I think this deserves its own category.… Expand