Welcome to the Paper and Cardboard War Solider! If you can't tell from the screenshots, it is a Tower Defense game made from cardboard. I bought this game when it was -80% (CDN$ 1.09) just as an impulse buy to kill an afternoon. I can say it is an ok game.
- Turret First Person View. Clicking on a turret and selecting the button lets you see from the turrets view. Really cool, but you can't do anything other than watch. (Would have been cool if you could control the turret.)
- Interesting level design, with great graphical design. The cannons look ok, and the enemies look great!
- Obstacles like tree and dead enemies can block your attacks, or even the terrain.
- Short, only 24 missions with Normal and Hard difficulty.
- Simple Achievements
Now here is where I nick-pick.
- Towers can ONLY be placed in designated areas. Because of this, if you don't place the CORRECT tower that is needed to beat the level, you will lose. There is basically only 1 way to win each level. Some are super easy to figure out, others not so much. Very "Trial and Error".
- Only 5 towers. Certain levels will take away towers as a challenge, making certain levels even harder.
- Game feels very slow. I've kept the game running at x2 most of the time, and x3 when there is nothing else for me to do other than wait for the map to finish.
- There isn't really an Options menu besides the Unity options menu that pops up when you boot the game up.
- Only 2 music tracks. One for the Menu, the other in game. It gets very repetitive and annoying fast. No options to turn off music, so I had to mute the entire application just so I can have my own music.
- No Steam Cards (for the people that care about it, like me xD)
In the end it's an ok game, and only spending $1 as a time killer was great. If you like TD games, it's a great game to add to your collection. I'm not very good at TD games, and did not feel like spending the time to figure out the exact way I was supposed to win each level. Still fun though! ^_^