The spiritual successor to Armada 2525[doesn't exist].
Boring to me. I probably would have liked it well enough back in the day.
Be a robo-ninja and stuff; another one of these "run around and mash buttons" games, but with an awkward wall running mechanic that you ignore and instead run around and mash buttons.
Overall I'm unimpressed.
A fauldschool resource game that would have made for a fine free Flash game, but is instead for-pay.
Properly titled Kingdom: Classic
- aka Kingdom
Also Kingdom: New Lands
(https://web.archive.org/web/20120504005225/http://www.homefront-game.com/ |archived home page]])
The Koreans invade the United States, and you are a freedom fighter who hides behind invulnerable cover in an on-rails playable cutscene.
alt-F4 as soon as I was placed in a "home base" which forced me to RP-walk everywhere. Inexcusable.
So cute! Whenever I play a game with a little fox type thing, I will always think of Okami - (2006 game).
I ended up getting stuck at the winter/summer level, trying to go east with the spirit. I guess I'm the first person to ever play this, ever.
A basic side-scroller beat-em-up.
Swings between too-easy and too-hard.
Slash a things and miss a lot. Get hit a lot. Uninstall.
What a shit fighting system. With a fundamental flaw as glaring as this, there's no way in hell I'll play this.
A space expansionist 4x game.
The interface is generally sucky, making it hard to figure out what's going on.
A tower defense game, but with tanks and more upgrading.
I tried the demo and didn't give it much of a chance. For example, I didn't customize units. I prefer the more sandbox-style of Gratuitous Space Battles.
- From the makers of Gratuitous Space Battles.
The scroll wheel to zoom in/out is backwards.