Robot Entertainment company has been fighting the plagues of orcs since 2011, when in October the first production from the series "Orcs Must Die" was released. Surely many players have taken on the role of young adepts of magic defending their mighty fortresses. Pleasant animations, dozens of traps and hordes of enemies. Is there a better recipe for a good Tower Deffense?? Definitely yes. You don't have to fight alone anymore, this is Orcs Must Die Unchained!
Joke chases joke
A little over a month ago, access to beta testing of a new production opened. And all this thanks to the hard work of both Robot Entertainment and Gameforge studio. Let's start from the very beginning. As usual I spent first half hour on browsing the interface and here I was surprised. The game client is launched… with a different client. Not problematic, but certainly a frustrating solution. I know, I'm being picky. The target client is small and pretty slick. A small number of links make it easy to navigate its various nooks and crannies, and despite the sheer volume of information it's quite clear.
The tutorial introduces us to the game very well and we can quickly grasp the basics of the fight, as well as the scheme of the whole game. The producer added a lot of humor, but sometimes it feels like there is a handful too much of it. Personally, I'd end with a few cleverly interspersed jokes in the gameplay, but the developers have added some parodies to the package, which was often annoying.