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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“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….”
4.5/5.0 – gamespy

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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


    • 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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16 de 16 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
444 produtos na conta
28 análises
11.6 hrs em registo
Excellent tower defense-ish game! It's smooth, colorful, bloody, violent and pretty damn difficult at times. It's a lot like a single player Dungeon Defenders. Removing the multiplayer makes it easier to see whats going on, and allows for more creative thinking. Each new level, trap and ability you unlock will leave you thirsty for more and more Orc blood!

The traps are extremely divers and fun to experiment with. Some combos work better than others, and some strategies are easier for different people.

The pace of the game will keep you on your toes, and the learning curve is well balanced. With the constant addition of new enemies and new traps, your tactic will have to change throughout the game.

Its a good length for the content as well. If it was longer, it would feel drawn out or not leave enough room for omd2.

Over all, this game is a lot of fun and worth buying – on sale! I only stress that this is bought on sale because you can play all of the omd maps on omd2 – with or without a friend.
Publicada: 31 março 2014
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10 de 10 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
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2 análises
18.2 hrs em registo
Very good game, I'm waiting for next part.
Publicada: 12 abril 2014
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7 de 7 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
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17.5 hrs em registo
This is a long review so if you want just a brief summary of why I recommend Orcs Must Die! then skip to Results and read from there.

Robot Entertainment mixes elements of different game types to conjure up a brilliant rendition of the tower defense genre. Taking action packed battles and mixing them with strategy you get a game that pushes both hack ‘n slash as well as base management.

The order has fallen, the last War Mage is dead, and protecting the realm is now left up to you his apprentice. You must fight your way through the unlimited hordes of orcs as you defend the rifts from falling into the wrong hands. As you press through your adventure you come to learn the evil forces are being led by a corrupted War Mage who plans to destroy humanity. Will you be able to save the world from falling into darkness?

The campaign is broken down into three acts. The first act has ten levels, the second act has 8, and the third act has 6. Despite each act having fewer levels than the last they are all about the same length as the number of waves increases throughout the campaign. Each level unlocks a new element to the game and once you’ve completed the level you gain the new item for any preceding or future level. Each time you beat a level you get a rating of one to five skulls, unlike most games these skulls actually are given to you as a currency which you can use to upgrade items. You can only get five skulls per level, meaning you cannot beat a level scoring five skulls then play it again to get another five skulls. Each level you can choose from a mastery tree that allows you to kit yourself out for that level, based on your strategies this can vary greatly throughout the campaign. You will progressively unlock more tower/item slots, which start as you only being able to equip three towers/items but later on you’ll find yourself with 10+ slots. You play the entire game in third person, and similar to other games of the genre you are able to join in the battle and help your towers out. This means you are not just sitting there waiting between waves, but rather taking an active part into the gameplay. Some levels you may find yourself not needing to join in, while others you will be right in the fray.

Each level allows you to equip an inventory which allows you to choose from a combination of spells, weapons, and towers. There are two weapons (crossbow and bladestaff), four spells (flame bracers, ice amulet, lightning ring, and wind belt), two guardians (paladins and archers), and 17 towers. I found myself typically sticking to the same set throughout the entire campaign, but there are many different strategies you can go for. By placing player activated traps you can take a large part of the game, you can sit back and use guardians to do most of the work, or even mix and match. The gameplay is fast paced and really pulls you into the mix by getting you to experience new elements each level.

Artifacts of Power DLC:
Artifacts of Power is a DLC that includes new items and towers. The DLC includes two traps (Shock Zapper and Floor Scorcher) and two spells (Vampiric Gauntlets and Alchemist Satchel). I used the Floor Scorcher and Vampiric Gauntlets a few times, found the Shock Zapper completely useless (as you need a roof for it to function), and used the Alchemist Satchel to get a +50 kill streak for the achievement. All and all this DLC isn’t exactly necessary, but if you can get it on sale and included in the pack it’s worth grabbing.

Lost Adventures DLC:
Lost Adventures is a DLC that includes new level, enemies, and even a new tower. There are five new levels, which offer more skulls allowing for even more upgrades. There are two new enemies the Frost Bat, and Cyclops Mage. It also includes one new trap the mana well which allows you to refill your mana gauge. This DLC is completely worth it as it adds additional content, new enemies, towers, and refined leaderboards. If you can get this on sale or in the bundle you will not regret it.

Orcs Must Die is an epic tower defense hack ‘n slash game that keeps you pressed and wanting more. With rating systems that actually give you rewards, fun and interesting enemies, a long and arduous campaign, and an amusing little story Orcs Must Die is a Must Buy (too easy). If you are looking for something similar to Sang-Froid or Sanctum this is pretty much in that line. Once you beat Orcs Must Die you’ll feel like you need to buy the second one as it makes you just want to play more.

+Leaderboard system that allows you to rank yourself amongst friends.
+Level rating out of five skulls which can then be used to buy upgrades.
+Loads of spells, weapons, and towers to choose from.
+Skill trees which can be customized each level to allow you to change how you play (more player intensive, tower support, or mixture of both).
+Smooth graphics which look good and don’t push it too far.
+Funny and amusing dialogue which gives you a laugh without being offensive.
+Intense amount of action, keeps you pressed and fighting between each wave.
+Built in level traps (such as rolling locks, acid pots, lava pots, and ballista).

-I had a few levels glitch where an enemy wouldn’t leave the spawn point and thus I couldn’t kill it requiring me to restart (this was annoying if it was at the end of the level).
-If Gnoll Hunters fall into acid pits they do not die (as I learned when I set up a level that used nearby acid pits to kill enemies).
-One of the DLC levels (Reverse Tower) is just The Tower in Reverse. I know this is obvious from the title, but if you purchase the DLC before playing the game its disappointing to find out one of the levels is the same thing just backwards.
Publicada: 27 abril 2014
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3 de 3 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
15 produtos na conta
6 análises
12.2 hrs em registo
You know from the developer said about Orcs Must Die:

Slice them
Burn them
Chop them
Pound them
Freeze them

You can use any methods to kill Orcs in this game, simple concepts but varies of executions. Your war mage is become like one man army, dealing with thousands of orcs every time you play this.

You got traps, guardian, spells and weavers to help you killing the orcs, you'll never regret it how things works out if you play this.

This is a hybrid of 3rd person shooter and Real Time Strategy (RTS) because you need to know what kind of trap that will make orcs unable to enter your rift and don't forget of Big Boys such as Ogres and Bat for the Air units.
Publicada: 23 março 2014
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3 de 3 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
519 produtos na conta
16 análises
8.1 hrs em registo
Robot Entertainment's take on tower defence is a fabulous little time waster. Nice variety of enemies and traps with plenty of scope to reconfigure your layouts on-the-fly with no in-game financial penalty. A huge plus.

It offers a great deal of replayablility too, allowing you to use unlocked traps and abilites to boost your way up the leaderboards on previous levels.

It's probably a little too repetitive to be played in long sittings, but played alongside a bigger life destroying game it's a fantastic way to cleanse your gaming palate and waste an hour or so. Therapeutic too.

Mash them Orcs!

Check out my video if you're still not convinced. Now with added Scotsman.
Publicada: 10 fevereiro 2014
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86 de 93 pessoas (92%) acharam esta análise útil
329 produtos na conta
17 análises
26.4 hrs em registo
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!
Publicada: 15 novembro 2013
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