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Submitted by HardcoreDroid 566d ago | review

Anomaly Korea Review: A Tower Defense Reversal Worthy of the Hardcore | Hardcore Droid

At Hardcore Droid, we don’t usually cover the masses of “strategy lite” tower defense games cluttering up the market. The genre has exploded alongside the popularity of touch screen phones and while some are very good, most are pretty far from “hardcore.” But casual gaming shouldn’t be discounted. Sometimes it has things to teach us. Last year, Anomaly: Warzone Earth’s unique reversal of the tower defense genre – tower offense, if you will – coupled light strategy with an almost puzzle-like quality, and gorgeous graphics powered by the Unity engine. The result was most certainly worth a look to core gamers and casuals alike. (11 bit studios, Android, Anomaly Korea, iPad, iPhone, Mobile) 4.5/5

MorfiTM  +   567d ago
Good to know that everybody likes Polish Games.

Viva Anomaly, Viva Real Boxing!

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