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As the last surviving tank commander on Earth, single-handedly turn back the evil invading alien army, drive back the Titans across the Solar System, and defeat them on their homeworld... Titan Attacks has the same easy-to-learn and addictive gameplay of the classic arcade shoot 'em up, but is packed full of extras - new features, new...
Release Date: Feb 3, 2012
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Includes 6 items: Revenge of the Titans, Titan Attacks!, Ultratron, Droid Assault, Revenge of the Titans: Sandbox Mode, Revenge of the Titans: Soundtrack

About the Game

As the last surviving tank commander on Earth, single-handedly turn back the evil invading alien army, drive back the Titans across the Solar System, and defeat them on their homeworld...
Titan Attacks has the same easy-to-learn and addictive gameplay of the classic arcade shoot 'em up, but is packed full of extras - new features, new strategies, and stylish neo-retro visuals.
Battle swarms of alien fighters, bombers and giant boss motherships, over 5 unique worlds and 100 levels of frantic action. Earn bounty money and upgrade your ship with extra cannon, rockets and lasers. Destroy falling wrecks, dodge hurtling asteroids and capture escaping aliens - or blast them from the skies! Win prizes in sharp-shooter challenge stages and compete on the online Hi-Scores table!

Key Features:

  • Battle across Earth, Moon, Mars, Saturn and finally Titan itself!
  • 100 levels with five giant boss motherships
  • Ship upgrade shop between levels
  • Global online Hi-Scores
  • Includes 47 Steam Achievements!

PC System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS:Windows XP
    • Processor:1GHz
    • Memory:512 MB RAM
    • Graphics:OpenGL 1.5 capable graphics card
    • Hard Drive:290 MB HD space
    Recommended:
    • Graphics:OpenGL 2.1 capable graphics card

Mac System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS:OSX 10.7
    • Processor:1GHz Intel
    • Memory:512 MB RAM
    • Graphics:OpenGL 1.5 capable graphics card
    • Hard Drive:320 MB HD space
    Recommended:
    • Graphics:OpenGL 2.1 capable graphics card

Linux System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS:Linux (32 or 64 bit)
    • Processor:1GHz Intel
    • Memory:512 MB RAM
    • Graphics:OpenGL 1.5 capable graphics card
    • Hard Drive:320 MB HD space
    Recommended:
    • Graphics:OpenGL 2.1 capable graphics card
Helpful customer reviews
12 of 14 people (86%) found this review helpful
63 products in account
1 review
9.2 hrs on record
Absolutely glorious remaster of the classic Space Invaders game. Innovative, advanced, and scores of fun to be had.

When aliens living on Titan, Saturn's moon, decide to attack, they lay waste to Earth's military forces. Well most of it. You are the last remaining Tank Commander on Earth, and you are one bad mofo. Battle your way across Earth to stop the invasion, and then you take it to the skies as you hit the Titans' outpost on the Moon, and obliterate it. Next stop, the Titans' Martian colony. They wiped out all the little green men also and need to pay. After Mars, you find yourself on Saturn, and the enemy forces are strong. But not as strong as when you reach Titan itself, taking on the nest of the alien scourge to nearly end our way of life... and the poor Martians.

5 levels, 5 mothership bosses, an entire armada of Titan forces, some rogue and oddly light blue asteroids, and 1 lone tank to destroy them all. Fight your way across the Solar System as you upgrade your tank; outfitting it with extra weapons, additional bullets, faster recharge time, more powerful attacks, Shields, and deadly Smart Bombs. You start out small, but by the time you reach Titan, the force of your tank is ridiculous. But that doesn't mean it's easy. Each world you come to is upping the difficulty, more enemies, more styles of fighting, and a tougher Boss.

Not to mention fun bonus Challenge stages after every 7 waves you defeat, where harmless yet swift yellow flying saucers shoot across the sky. Destroy them all with perfect aim and you get bonus prices.

This game is complete with Highscore boards showing the scores of other players across Steam. Compare your best with others and strive to be the best. All the while this game's gloriously beautiful soundtrack playing in the background as you squash Titan scum.

The tank comander from the original Space Invaders would be jealous to see the rig you are in control of now.
Posted: May 20th, 2014
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8 of 8 people (100%) found this review helpful
49 products in account
8 reviews
1.4 hrs on record
Pretty much an 'upgraded' Space Invaders but with extra mechanics to make it more interesting and fun. Can be quick to finish the game but overall it's great!

9/10
Posted: July 11th, 2014
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8 of 9 people (89%) found this review helpful
828 products in account
17 reviews
2.5 hrs on record
If one were to sum up Titan Attacks in one word - that word would be "space invaders". Ok, that's two words, but you get my point. If you like these types of games, Titan Attacks will surely quench your thirst.

The basic formula is the same, you're on the ground - you shoot at alien scum coming from the air, sometimes the alien scum are smart enough to eject from the ship and parachute down to the ground - shoot them for extra points. All really simple. The game is strengthened by an upgrade system. Between each level, one can buy; shields (which deteriorate for each hit) and smartbombs, upgrade; gun power, add mode guns, recharge speed and more bullets. It's an alright system that does make you feel like you've grown and become more powerful throughout the levels.

There are extra bonus levels which put some tension to the game as if you pass them successfully, you will be able to upgrade quicker. All in all there are 100 levels with five boss battles in between, difficulty satisfying core fans of the genre and casuals alike.
Posted: May 19th, 2014
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8 of 10 people (80%) found this review helpful
781 products in account
387 reviews
6.7 hrs on record
Titan Attacks is proof that certain games are timeless and endlessly influential. Titan Attacks is essentially Space Invaders by another name. You take control of a little green orbital defence vehicle and shoot the hell out of steadily descending alien invaders, while at the same time avoiding their bombs and lasers.Titan Attacks looks both retro and modern, with simple graphics befitting a game like this.Unlike Space Invaders, Titan Attacks isn't plodding and deliberate. It's fast-paced and souped-up. You'll see everything it has to offer in only a couple of hours of play, but that's because it moves at such a fast clip.It's a basic game in design and premise with just enough there to keep things interesting, and while it's not even remotely going out on a ledge with new design philosophies, beautiful graphics, or a lengthy campaign, its hook resides in its quaintness. It's unapologetically old-school.
Posted: August 4th, 2014
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12 of 18 people (67%) found this review helpful
231 products in account
70 reviews
1.1 hrs on record
FUN! Very old school style.
Posted: April 15th, 2014
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20 of 23 people (87%) found this review helpful
721 products in account
59 reviews
8.4 hrs on record
Well, it's Space Invaders, we can't ignore that.
I remember the Atari cartridge with over 100 variations on the simple idea of Space invaders, so I know there are a number of different ways to do the game. This one still brings in something new, though. Let's assume you know the premise, last tank defending Earth from invading Titans, etc.
The aliens are varied, both in their looks, toughness and attack patterns, and the end bosses are screen-filling, multi-target monsters. This gives an old-school arcade feel for "Learning the level" Meanwhile you will be trying to earn money to upgrade your weapons, shields, etc in the hope that you will gain an edge over the enemy.
The looks are divisive. Very retro graphically, with screen warps (that can be turned off) to really evoke the 8-bit days. The price is very reasonable, especially when I consider what I would have paid coin by coin playing this in the arcades.
Posted: November 30th, 2013
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