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Pay what you want for Revenge Of The Titans on IndieGameStand

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Pay what you want for Revenge Of The Titans on IndieGameStand

Revenge Of The Titans is brilliant.  As I raved and screamed about in our Revenge Of The Titans Review, it's an addictive fusion of Tower Defence and Real Time Strategy from the nu-retro masters at Puppy Games. The standard premise of building turrets to defend enemy attack routes has been revitalised with a range of base structures, RTS elements and manual reloads that require turrets to be clicked on when they’re out of ammo. Clever placement and canny resource gathering is therefore the order of the day- especially since new tech can be researched after each battle.

Better yet, it's now the latest Pay What You Want deal on IndieGameStand!

Beat 16p for a DRM free download, or $1 for a Steam code. Bargain, though be aware that Revenge Of The Titans has been in a fair few bundles since 2011 so check your backlog.

Show Me The Games Running 35% - 75% Off Indie Sale

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Show Me The Games Running 35% - 75% Off Indie Sale

Show Me The Games is running a massive indie sale at the moment, heavily discounting the likes of And Yet It Moves..., Beat Hazard Ultra, Scoregasm, and Revenge of the Titans.

All money for the sale will go straight to the developers of the games.

Thanks Alex R.

Revenge Of The Titans | FREE | Puppy Games | PC

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Revenge Of The Titans | FREE | Puppy Games | PC

Put simply, Revenge of the Titans is amazing. And now free for a day. Puppy Games are offering a free game up for anyone using the code BIRTHDAYBOY today on RotT, Droid Attacks, Titan Attacks, or Ultratron, so take you pick and grab yourself a free game. We heartily recommend you make it RotT unless you picked it up already in an indie bundle or previous deal.

Revenge Of The Titans | £4.95 | Direct2Drive | Mac

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Jonathan Lester
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It sometimes pays to own a Mac. As well as having access to awesome graphical and video editing software, you'll also be able to download Revenge Of The Titans at a 50% saving - and cheaper than your PC brethren.

As I stated in our recent full review, Revenge of the Titans is an addictive fusion of Tower Defence and Real Time Strategy from the nu-retro masters at Puppy Games. The standard premise of building turrets to has been revitalised with a range of base structures and manual reloads that require turrets to be clicked on when they’re out of ammo. Clever placement and canny resource gathering is therefore the order of the day- especially since new tech can be researched after each battle. Put simply, Revenge of the Titans is an accessible and deep experience that’s bursting with humour and personality. Why not check out the free demo?

Revenge Of The Titans | £6.79 | GamersGate | PC

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As I stated in our recent full review, Revenge of the Titans is an addictive fusion of Tower Defence and Real Time Strategy from the nu-retro masters at Puppy Games. The standard premise of building turrets to has been revitalised with a range of base structures and manual reloads that require turrets to be clicked on when they’re out of ammo. Clever placement and canny resource gathering is therefore the order of the day- especially since new tech can be researched after each battle. Put simply, Revenge of the Titans is an accessible and deep experience that’s bursting with humour and personality. Why not check out the free demo?

GamersGate are currently offering £2 off of Steam's price and a huge discount on the RRP.

Revenge Of The Titans | £8.99 | Steam | PC

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As I stated in today's full review, Revenge of the Titans is an addictive fusion of Tower Defence and Real Time Strategy from the nu-retro masters at Puppy Games. The standard premise of building turrets to has been revitalised with a range of base structures and manual reloads that require turrets to be clicked on when they’re out of ammo. Clever placement and canny resource gathering is therefore the order of the day- especially since new tech can be researched after each battle. Put simply, Revenge of the Titans is an accessible and deep experience that’s bursting with humour and personality. Why not check out the free demo?

Whilst the official RRP is over £20 including VAT (and is completely worthwhile), Steam's £8.99 price tag is a bit of a bargain. Highly recommended.

Revenge Of The Titans Review | Terrific Tower Tactics

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Platforms: PC

Developer: Puppy Games

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Revenge Of The Titans piqued our interest at last year's Eurogamer Expo when, despite only being playable on one computer, it distracted us from the likes of Killzone 3 and Gears 3 for over an hour. Sorry if you were queueing behind us, by the way. Even though it's billed as a tower defence title, we were absolutely blown away by how refreshing and solid its mechanics turned out to be - and gushed wildly about it in our hands-on preview. Much has changed since then... and we're delighted to report that it has all been for the better.

The premise is beguilingly simple and reassuringly familiar. Extraterrestrial invaders, the titular Titans, are taking over the planet - and it's up to us players to stop them in their tracks. To this end you'll need to deploy a series of turrets around a battlefield as the Titans march towards your home base, as well as refining resources from gems and fallen foes to finance your war effort. The  enemies descend on your precious base station in enormous numbers, and you'll quickly need to erect a series of gun emplacements, barricades, upgrade towers and ore refineries to fend them off. So far, so solid and predictable.

However, Revenge Of The Titans is much more than just a standard tower defence title. The Titans are as unpredictable as they are menacing, and though they prefer to travel down ready-made roads, will merrily take a diversion to munch on your turrets and shred your meticulously-placed defences before your very eyes. Rather than just sitting back and proudly watching enemy waves get pulverised by massed firepower, you'll need to continually upgrade, boltster, sell and relocate your defences; identifying new choke points as they become apparent and hurrying to close avenues of attack that you hadn't considered. Turrets can't take much damage, and you'll need to stay on your toes in order to survive.

Click here to discover how Revenge Of The Titans delivers the best of two worlds >>

Humble Indie Bundle 2 | Pay What You Want | Best Deal Ever? | PC

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  • What: Humble Indie Bundle 2
  • Where: Humble Bundle HQ
  • How much: Whatever you want!
  • RRP: £54

We recently reported that another Humble Indie Bundle was in the works... and just in case you don't know the drill, here's how it works. Five Indie studios have amalgamated their wares together into a DRM-free bundle... and you decide the price. That's right, folks: you can literally pay what you believe the bundle to be worth- and decide how much you want to split between the developers and two worthwhile charities!

The games are deeply impressive and represent some of the finest Indie offerings of the last couple of years. The masterful time-warping platformer Braid headlines the package, along with Revenge of the Titans that wowed us back at the Eurogamer Expo. Machinarium, Cortex Command and Osmos are also cracking titles, weighing in at a whopping combined RRP of $85.

  • Braid
  • Cortex Command
  • Machinarium
  • Osmos
  • Revenge Of The Titans

So... what are you waiting for? Go. GO!

Revenge of the Titans Preorder | £10.75 | Puppy Games | PC

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Revenge of the Titans is an addictive fusion of Tower Defence and Real Time Strategy from the nu-retro masters at Puppy Games. The standard premise of building turrets to has been revitalised with a range of base structures and manual reloads that require turrets to be clicked on when they're out of ammo. Clever placement and canny resource gathering is therefore the order of the day- especially since new tech can be researched after each battle. Put simply, Revenge of the Titans is an accessible and deep experience that's bursting with humour and personality. Why not check out our Eurogamer Expo preview... or the free demo?

Revenge of the Titans Preview: Indie Games Arcade

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Tower defence may be an incredibly popular subgenre, but it's all too easy for to fall into over-familiar and derivative cliches that keep them from making much of a splash. Thankfully Revenge of The Titans, from Indie developer Puppy Games, is preparing to reinvigorate the formula by providing a stylish hybrid between tower defence and real time strategy.

The principle starts simply enough. Your base needs to be protected from the ravening titans that arrive in linear waves... and players will do so by deploying- say it with me- defensive towers. These powerful turrets deal major damage to enemies within their range, but they need to be manually reloaded by clicking on them after they expend their ammunition. Not only that, but the Titans aren't restricted to the obvious roads and pathways and will merrily take a detour to munch on a poorly-placed structure, meaning that overlapping fields of fire have never been more important.

However, this is where things take an interesting turn. Whilst killing the Titans will ensure a slow trickle of credits into your coffers, a wide range of base structures are also available to build. The most basic of these is the refinery, which harvests nearby crystals and converts them into credits. Constructing and fortifying your base is a nostalgia-packed reminder of 'turtling up' in Command & Conquer, with commanders needing to sacrifice defensive fortifications in the short term to construct a working infrastructure that will pay dividends down the line. However, constantly flitting around the map to manually empty refineries, reload turrets and click on a selection of storable powerups makes the experience a lot more manic.

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