IGN writes: "There's so much more to say about this "little" downloadable game, but I doubt you feel like reading a five-page review. Titan gives you a toy chest full of classes, ladders, and more and lets you tackle the same problem over and over from whatever angle you like. I thought I had Tropical Punch by the tail when I started bringing workers over through a shortcut and building springboards to launch the red team into the blue base, but the next time I played that map, my opponents had a constant guard on the well-known passageway. It's that kind of versatility that makes the game for me. Figuring out why the bombs of a worker are awesome, lighting your sword on fire, and knocking open your castle's front door just long enough to shoot someone in the face are great experiences.
I wish the servers were fixed, that there was a better leveling system, that I could form clans, and that I could make a private room that wasn't connected to my friend list, but in the end, all that matters is that this game is fun. If I had a free hour this past weekend, I played this game, and even though the review is done now, I don't see that changing anytime soon".