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Orcs Must Die!

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Orcs Must Die! challenges players to defend fortresses under siege. With a wide variety of traps and weapons to choose from, Orcs Must Die! dares players to find the best ways to hack, launch, flatten, gibletize, and incinerate an endless army of filthy orcs and their vile allies. Orcs Must Die! features a vibrant look, addictive gameplay, and a blatant disregard for the welfare of orcs. Play as the War Mage and defend 24 fortresses from an enraged mob of orcs and 11 other villainous monsters. Choose from a selection of 6 weapons and magic spells and 17 traps that hack, launch, flatten, gibletize, and incinerate your enemies. Upgrade your traps, spells and weapons to cater the game to your personal play style. Cleverly combine traps and spells for higher scores on the leaderboards. Expertly wield your wits and your weapons through the story-driven campaign and unlock a brutal “Nightmare” campaign. Replay fortresses endlessly, combining different defenses and tactics every time!

Orcs Must Die! Review

The Tower Defense genre is getting a bit stale. Let's be honest, how many times can we play the same type of game, where our main objective is to lay down offensive and defensive towers in hopes of clearing any monsters that come our way? That's where Robot Entertainment's Orcs Must Die! differs. It throws out familiar tower defense mechanics in favor of a more action oriented game that still relies on strategy to keep things challenging. You take on the role of the War Mage, a member of the Order with an extremely chiseled chin and a brawny build that looks like something out of a pixar movie. He also has extreme prejudice to Orcs, and with good reason. Orcs are big, dumb creatures that crave destruction, so it's only natural that he wants to dispose of them as... Read Review

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    Orcs Must Die! Review

    Mike Splechta Oct 5, 2011