Corta-os, queima-os, espeta-os e lança-os - não interessa como o fazes, os orcs têm que morrer neste fantástico jogo de ação/estratégia da Robot Entertainment. Como um poderoso mago guerreiro com dúzias de armas mortíferas, feitiços e armadilhas na ponta dos teus dedos, defende 24 fortalezas de uma multidão de inimigos furiosos,...
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Data de lançamento: 11 Out, 2011

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“Not since Lemmings has a game so seamlessly mixed engaging mechanics, humor, cuteness, and gleeful cruelty.”
90/100 – PCGamer
“Orcs Must Die! embellishes your devious side, encouraging you to devise clever ways of fulfilling the command of the title.”
9.0/10 – Editors’ Choice - IGN
“I was pleasantly surprised by just how good Orcs Must Die! is, and I think you will be, too. Welcome to the new standard in ACTION TOWER….”
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Corta-os, queima-os, espeta-os e lança-os - não interessa como o fazes, os orcs têm que morrer neste fantástico jogo de ação/estratégia da Robot Entertainment.

Como um poderoso mago guerreiro com dúzias de armas mortíferas, feitiços e armadilhas na ponta dos teus dedos, defende 24 fortalezas de uma multidão de inimigos furiosos, incluindo ogres, morcegos diabólicos, e claro, um monte de orcs feios. Combate os teus inimigos numa campanha baseada numa história com vários níveis de dificuldade, incluindo o brutal nível Nightmare (Pesadelo)!

Vais queimar orcs em poças de lava, esmagá-los com armadilhas de teto, ou congelá-los e estilhaçá-los com uma barra? Não interessa que armas e armadilhas escolhes, vais explodir a matar orcs!

Características Principais

  • 24 Fortalezas para Defender – Passagens sinuosas, torres altas e grandes câmaras que precisam de um mago guerreiro para as proteger
  • 6 armas e feitiços matadores de orcs – Da besta e da espada ao poder mágico dos elementos
  • 19 armadilhas mortíferas e Minions ferozes – Escolhe da grande variedade de armadilhas incluindo paredes de flechas, armadilhas de espeto, lâminas a girar, e enxofre ardente ou chama aliados para te ajudarem na destruição da multidão de orcs
  • 11 inimigos únicos – Incluindo ogres, morcegos diabólicos voadores, e claro, um monde de orcs feios
  • Campanha baseada numa história – Afasta orcs por três capítulos para descobrir o poder por detrás dos seus ataques implacáveis
  • Upgrades Persistentes – Desbloqueia armadilhas melhoradas enquanto prossegues na campanha
  • Repetibilidade Extensa – O “Nightmare Mode” (Modo de Pesadelo) e um sistema de ranking oferecem uma jogabilidade extensa
  • Sistema de Pontuação e Tabela de Lideranças – Compete com os teus amigos pelo título de Melhor Matador de Orcs!

Requisitos do Sistema

    Mínimo:
    • SO: Windows XP, Windows Vista ou Windows 7
    • Processador: Dual Core a 2GHz
    • Memória: 2 GB de RAM
    • Gráfica: NVIDIA GeForce 6800 ou ATI Radeon x1950 ou melhor com 256MB de VRAM
    • DirectX®: dx90c
    • Disco Rígido: 5 GB de espaço livre
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folkenkanzaki
( 13.0 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 22 de Julho
Dunno what to say. If you like tower defence, play it. If you like OTS madness, play it. If you like crude humor with soho accents, play it.
(on vacation/brother playing)
( 13.1 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 21 de Julho
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MoonMan
( 21.3 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 20 de Julho
Definitely worth buying.
yarkee
( 33.4 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 15 de Julho
Orcs Must Die! is third person a hilarious sit-game-com settled in fantasy medieval theme.

Technically:
  • the game is a fantasy / medievial "tower" defence + third person "shoot everything that survived trap lines",
  • 30 traps, spells and weapons (total), mostly upgradable
  • 20 (24?) levels to beat + a few in DLC, approx 10h of gameplay,
  • nightmare difficulty, another 10h of gameplay,
  • challanges - max score per level - 5-10h,

Gameplay notes:
  • The difficulty per wave grows with number and setup of enemies, and shrinking space for traps,
  • The enemies do not seem to have increased HP per wave,
  • Most of levels are balanced so that the Mage needs both traps, spells and wepons to hold the line,
  • Weapons require item slot, there are two in the game: sniping crossbow and melee blade staff,
  • Spells require equipment slots and to use in the mission and mana to cast,
  • Defender minions require item slot, and gold to place them,
  • During a level the Mage can buy upgrade from one of three 'weavers': generic trap upgrade, spell upgrade, mixed upgrade.
  • Traps cannot be directly upgraded during the level. They can be upgraded during the story.
  • Some levels have two or more distanced attack paths, of which at least one must be fully secured with traps,
  • No endless mode (can be found in OMD!2),
  • It is possible to replay old levels with improved trap set for better score.


All of the characters are stereotypic to the point of lunacy.
  • The main hero, 'The Warmage' is a young, dumb lad. Blindly convinced of his own awesomeness. He needs to prevent orcs from enering portals to our world (at which he is good)... and to figure out (at which he is terribly bad) a more permament solution.
  • His (former) Master shows up in the story by his memories. He was the last (failed) hope for the world, spare his student, but the only thing greater then his apprentice's ignorance, is his stupidity.
  • The Sorceress (the prime enemy in the game), does not show up directly, but magically takes quarrels with the Warmage.
  • Most of her arguments are attempts to insult the Warmage so that he can't figure that out (which is not that hard afterall). Most of Warmage's speech are (futile) attempts flirt up the Sorceress, and show that he is the most handsome and awesome man in the area (which if of course true, as he is the only one).
  • The orcs are main competitors for the price for The Best Cannon Fodder in video games: dumb, ugly, run and die in hundreds, have hilarious (though still dumb) speach lines, can be headshot-ed.

General info
  • OMD is settled in medieval-themed bastions / castle / dungeons. There is only one level theme.
  • Forget about cinematics. The storyline is presended via semi-animated drawings. This is a great idea and fits great into the game.
  • The orcs, the Warmage and the traps have a bit grotesque, comic design. Again, this suits the overall game mood, and slows down graphics 'aging'.
  • Amazing music. If you run into game OST, do buy it. I managed to get one from Humble Bundle.

Any problems?
  • Trap balance - some traps are simply better, some are just useless (Hint: use traps with large AOE and fast or no reload),
  • Since trap upgrades are permament, The Warmage usually sticks with favourite set with little room for experiment.
  • No co-op game (solved in OMD2)
  • The super-arogant hero can be hard to get used to. The humor can be sometimes percieved as primitive.
  • High emphasise placed on combat, it is not possible / extremly difficult to play only with the economy.
  • First two levels in nightmate are... too nightmareish, the difficulty seems to be easier further.
  • there are two levels in the game (including final), which must be simply learnt and played by hearth. In each wave the
    Mage must build traps in particular area, buy a proper upgrade and solo secure another corridor.
    Mispacing traps will leave the attacked corridor unsecured.



Strong sides
  • humor,
  • nice character design,
  • good overall ballance in map design,
  • good balance of strategic / economic components in gameplay (unless you don't like action in tower defences),
  • interesting maps,
  • high 'replayablity', level score to be maxed.

You should avoid the game, if you:
  • dislike action in tower defence and prefer them to be purely economic,
  • dislike arrogant and dumb protagonists

Do play if:
  • don't mind thinking / action hybrid,
  • look for a lot of fun,
  • tend to max each level
davethelorax
( 12.3 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 11 de Julho
Orcs must die is a great puzzle game that is meant for a good laugh. Watching orcs die is every roleplays dream, unless you're an orc on the horde side of Warcraft.
Para
( 1.2 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 11 de Julho
Good Game
Ryedestructor
( 19.2 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 10 de Julho
In this game you kill orcs.
you kill ogres.
you build traps.
you shoot a super ultimate galaxy laser electromagnet crossbow at orcs.
you become a vampire.
and more.
soccernat11
( 1.1 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 6 de Julho
Most fun I have had in a while. Consistant gameplay with little twists.
Zach
( 8.2 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 4 de Julho
It was alright
Warmonk xD
( 17.2 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 4 de Julho
This game is quite simple: Shoot, slice and blow up all the orcs.
Its a nice mix of TD and a medieval fighting game. WIth the talent-like choices you can personalise how you wanna play each level, going trap heavy, combat heavy or a mix.
The story is not bad but is not the strong point. The funny coments you character makes sometimes are quite cool tho.

Pros:
- Kill orcs (need say more?)
- Several diferent levels with diferent kinds of enemies
- Choose how you wanna play (TD heavy or slash/shoot heavy)
- Smart ♥♥♥ coments that can actualy make you giggle (maybe...)

Cons:
- Not story rich
- Could get repetitive (but really, killing orcs gets boring for you guys??)
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17.2 hrs em registo
Publicada: 4 de Julho
This game is quite simple: Shoot, slice and blow up all the orcs.
Its a nice mix of TD and a medieval fighting game. WIth the talent-like choices you can personalise how you wanna play each level, going trap heavy, combat heavy or a mix.
The story is not bad but is not the strong point. The funny coments you character makes sometimes are quite cool tho.

Pros:
- Kill orcs (need say more?)
- Several diferent levels with diferent kinds of enemies
- Choose how you wanna play (TD heavy or slash/shoot heavy)
- Smart ♥♥♥ coments that can actualy make you giggle (maybe...)

Cons:
- Not story rich
- Could get repetitive (but really, killing orcs gets boring for you guys??)
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11.2 hrs em registo
Publicada: 3 de Julho
Most Tower Defense games are a fairly hands-off genre; you build towers and they do their thing, with your involvement being where to put them and when to upgrade. But lately there have been some that let the player get into the action more personally, and Orcs Must Die is a great example of that. Compared to the nameless protagonists of the last two games, OMD puts you in the shoes of the Apprentice, one of many War Mages tasked with defending rifts to the human world from bands of invading orcs. His tutelage has come to an end though, thanks to his master taking a fatal tumble, forcing him into the role completely. As the Apprentice is a combination of Gaston from Beauty and the Beast and Groose from Skyward Sword, this isn't necessarily a good thing, especially not when the orcs seem to be getting more organized suddenly.

Instead of defending whole territories like other games, each level in Orcs Must Die takes place in a different fort, with a rift on one end and the orcs (as well as other enemies) charging in through the other. So rather than towers, you'll be placing down booby traps instead: spike traps on the floor, walls that shoot out arrows, even swinging maces you can put on low ceilings. It's not too hard to create a total death course enemies will futilely try to wade through. The game's combo system, the ragdoll physics, and the orcs' voice clips as they're being pulverized all help encourage this very well. The Apprentice also has some weapons of his own for crowd control, or the odd enemy that manages to get through your traps.

Each level offers up to five skulls, four for not taking any damage and one for speed, which you can use to upgrade your traps permanently. These range from extra damage on some, to slowing enemies, to dramatically increasing speed. It can make many traps much more useful, although what you spend can't be refunded. The game has 24 levels, which I beat in about ten hours. That unlocks the Nightmare difficulty, which offers tougher enemy placement and much less time to prepare between waves. I didn't find the base game that difficult, so it's a nice option if you want it. There's also some cheap DLC, which offers a few extra tools and some new levels; nothing necessary, but good if you want to get a bit more out of the game. And with one this well-made, there's not much reason you wouldn't.
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23.5 hrs em registo
Publicada: 28 de Junho
This game is freakin great. Hilarious, extremely fun, and incredibly attractive. The graphics aren't necessarily technically stunning, but when I think about good-looking games, this one always comes to mind. Unfortunately, the DLC items are overpowered. For a better experience, don't use the alchemy bombs. They make it way too easy.
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12.3 hrs em registo
Publicada: 2 de Dezembro de 2011
Puro divertimento e dos melhores jogos proporcionados para a componente Coop.
Recomendado!
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16.0 hrs em registo
Publicada: 20 de Dezembro de 2011
Eu não dava muito por esse jogo, nem sou muito fan desses tais "Tower Defenses", mas depois de jogar eu preciso reconhecer que esse é especial. E qualquer jogo fica melhor com headshots, fato.
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10.9 hrs em registo
Publicada: 14 de Janeiro de 2014
It's fun, it's hard, i't's Orcs Must Die!...good tower defense/action game
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26.4 hrs em registo
Publicada: 15 de Novembro de 2013
This is a game about killing orcs. The concept is simple enough, but the execution is high quality.

The game is basically a 3rd person shooter in which you have to defend a magical rift in a castle from a horde of orcs and other monsters that are trying to get through it. If too many monsters make it to the rift you lose.

One man against a relentless horde of monsters may not seem fair, but you have a lot of advantages. In addition to your trusty crossbow, you'll have a large arsenal of spells, traps, and guardians to help out. Furthermore you earn skulls for completing levels, and you can then spend these skulls on further upgrading your arsenal.

At the start of each level you'll have time to plan and set up your defenses and get a feel for the layout of the area. You'll be told where the orcs are coming from, what route they are likely to take, how many waves there are, and even what monsters you can expect to come knocking down your door.

This is important because, despite the simple premise of "orcs must die," this is really a tactician's game. The first few levels you may be able to survive using just your crossbow, but as the difficulty level increases you will have to diversify your tactics or perish. You'll start facing more orcs, tougher monsters, monsters that come from multiple entrances, and even multiple rifts that must be defended simultaneously.

I will give one bit of warning that is not mentioned in the game-- if you intend to play on the default (war mage) difficulty level as I did, in order to earn the maximum of 5 skulls per level you not only need to prevent any orcs from reaching the rift, you've also got to do it within the par time. Once you start the initial wave the timer starts, and it doesn't stop even during the "break" periods you sometimes get between waves.

The game is single player only. The graphics and music are adequate, but not AAA quality (this is an indie game, after all, and I don't expect AAA quality here).

There is a storyline which is short, simple, and entertaining. Borderlands fans will recognize the voice of Axton the Commando as the War Mage.

If you like third person shooters or defense-centered gameplay you'll like Orcs Must Die!
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Publicada: 27 de Setembro de 2015
Single-player tower defense thing where you seek to commit massacre against poor huggly green people who just want to leave their crappy homelands for a better place. If you do play this game, do so with the knowledge that you are a terrible person who willingly makes enemies walk into spike-traps, get grinded up into goo, and catapulted into lava pits.

Enjoy the murder! :P
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Publicada: 28 de Agosto de 2015
Orcs don't have to die, but they keep walking into my traps.
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1.4 hrs em registo
Publicada: 16 de Janeiro
Simple, Fun, Addictive

This game is very simple, defend your crystal from orcs! I know that sounds pretty booring but trust me, this one is good.

First of I wanna talk about the gameplay. The gameplay is actually really addictive and fun, its not hard to understand. First the gameplay seems really simple but after some time it gets harder.
The graphics are nice and cartoony, something that I really like! and the controls are nice and tight.

Is this game worth the full price? Freaking yes! its a total hidden gem!

Will this game run on a older PC? yes it will and good too!

1-10? I give it a 8 out of 10.

All in all its a great indie game with alot of fun hours ahead for you! I totally recommend it.


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