Take command of HEROCORP™ and launch a Preemptive Defence Campaign™ against parallel dimensions in OTTTD, the most outrageous Tower Defence title around.
User reviews: Very Positive (145 reviews)
Release Date: Aug 6, 2014
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Buy OTTTD - Deluxe Edition

Includes OTTTD + 1 Dexluso Armour type, 1 Dexluso Gun and a Deluxe Wallet - 69,000 starter coins and 11 medals.

Buy OTTTD - OTT Edition

Includes Deluxe edition + Art Book PDF, OTTTD poster artwork, 3D Printer files for the HEROCORP soldiers, Your name in the credits as an OTT supporter and a OTT Wallet stuffed with 101,010 coins and 42 medals.


Recommended By Curators

"Despite its imperfections this is a great TD and a must have for all TD fans. 8/10."
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About This Game

Lock, load and let the gibs fly in OTTTD, a Tower Defence/RTS game with RPG elements that pits you against some of the weirdest creatures in the multiverse.

OTTTD stands for Over The Top Tower Defence, and you'll see why when you're blasting 9 kinds of hell out of a Cactus Ghost that's making a beeline for your battlefield HQ. You play as a commander for HEROCORP™, the 4th largest private military organization in the galaxy. A long period of peace has left the company coffers a little bare so the science division developed Trans-Dimensional Rifts, opening up lucrative opportunities for war in other universes. It's like Starship Troopers meets Stargate meets Spaceballs, with way more explosions!


Ridiculously definitive edition
Prepare your eyes and ears for incredible deluxe-ness! Featuring crisper sound and high resolution graphics, the PC release of OTTTD will leave you feeling like you've actually stepped into an alternate universe and started blasting everything to smithereens.

Deep RPG Mechanics
OTTTD lets you choose from 7 hero classes to make up your squad of 3 battlefield employees. The more action they see the more XP they earn, giving you the chance to level them up through custom skill trees, including powerful combat abilities to unleash during the fight.
• 30+ active abilities
• 40+ passive skills
• 30+ equippable weapons
• multiple armor options with stats to suit your play-style

Weapons! Weapons! WEAPONS!
With 12 tower types to build and 6 different firearm classes, HEROCORP™ has got the hardware to ensure you can wreak havoc in your own personal style.

Disgustingly varied foes
The range of enemies in OTTTD is wide enough to soothe even the itchiest trigger finger. Floating eyeballs? Check. Gunclams? You know it. Giant armored Wartoises? Of course. You'll even go toe to fin with a giant flying shark, and show the mythological Kraken who's boss!

The Story
The year is 2136. You work for HEROCORP™, the universe’s 4th largest private military force. Your job is to “preemptively defend” the Earth against alien dimensions. As long as you complete the missions under budget and fill out the TPS reports in triplicate, everything goes smoothly.

Is pre-emptively defending Earth ethical? Who cares when the money’s good!

Deluxe Edition

HEROCORP understands the needs of the more discerning battle commander, hence the Deluxe Edition of OTTTD. In addition to everything in the pre-order, you'll get the Deluxo weapon and armor sets. Recently developed by our Lab Division, the Deluxo Range gets more powerful each time your soldier levels up, making it worth its weight in requisition forms. We'll also throw in a Deluxe Wallet, with 69,000 coins and 11 medals to buy yourself something nice.

• Dexluso Armour - Armour that gets stronger as you get stronger
• Dexluso Gun - Gun that gets stronger as you get stronger
• Deluxe Wallet - 69,000 starter coins and 11 starter medals

OTT Edition

In addition to everything in the Deluxe Edition, the OTT edition comes with rare Cheese Armor set forged by our Dairy Division, which helps your soldiers get more XP and coins on the battlefield.

You will also receive these bad boys:
• An Art Book PDF, full of concept sketches plus more visual treats.
• OTTTD poster artwork. Looks amazing on 100% of walls.
• 3D Printer files for the HEROCORP soldiers, so you can battle command IRL.
• Your name in the credits as an OTT supporter. Welcome to history, baby.
• An OTT Wallet stuffed with 101,010 coins and 42 medals, to give you the financial edge on your enemies."
• Bonus Armour - “Vintage Combat Cheddar” - 20% XP bonus and 5% coin bonus

System Requirements

Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    • OS: Microsoft® Windows® XP/Vista or later
    • Processor: 1.4GHz or faster
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Any from the last 4 years
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Hard Drive: 300 MB available space
    • Sound Card: All soundcards would work
    • OS: 10.7+
    • Processor: 1.4GHz or faster
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Any from the last 4 years
    • Hard Drive: 300 MB available space
    • Sound Card: All soundcards would work
    • Processor: 1.4GHz or faster
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Any from the last 4 years
    • Hard Drive: 300 MB available space
    • Sound Card: All soundcards would work
Helpful customer reviews
15 of 20 people (75%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
2.9 hrs on record
Posted: May 14
OTTTD is a passable tower defense game. The graphics are clear, sometimes even fun (so much gore!) but the animations are stiff and lifeless. The gameplay is solid and smooth, but carries over the worst of mobile game tropes like static hard points for towers and grindy unlockables. The music gets the job done, but I wanted more. This is one of those games that makes me wish Steam had a "meh..." button, because it really isn't bad, it just doesn't merit my recommendation.
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9 of 10 people (90%) found this review helpful
25.7 hrs on record
Posted: May 28
+ Awesome/fun voice acting: they are based on popular recognizable characters
+ goofy art style
+ Heroes are very different from each other
+ skill tree has fun and different options for each hero
+ 3 defined ways to attack and defend. Simple and fun
+ short battles
+ lots of heroes
+ heroes can die and you have to pay a small toll to revive them or wait 40 minutes. It forces you to try different heroes

+- preselected places for turrets. If it is well done, both approaches can work. I much rather selecting the locations by myself tho

- The way to pass certain levels (after the middle of the game more or less) is leveling up your characters. No strat or micro is going to work. The game want you to repeat the same level over and over until you are strong enough. This is the main CON. Without it I would had probably recommended this game. Leveling up is fun when is not the objective of the game.

- you CANT really try different characters for different approaches to the levels. Leveling up is too important and is a very slow process once you reach level ~20. You cant really progress with heroes under level 20 after the middle of the game.
- skills trees are completely arbitrary and you have to spend skill points just to find out if the random box in the top of a column is worth it.
- shortage of skill tree points to spend. They come from leveling up.
- no way to fast forward. The money you get from sending the next wave in when is possible is negligible
- no really level description. You have to suffer it at least once to know what is going to happen. In the first levels you can resell and readjust your gameplay during the game sucessfully if you feel something is not working out... this is not possible any more after a while
- Its a phone port and it shows:
-- when you select a hero, the screen centers in the hero. You cant really micro.
-- wheel mouse is very slow
-- you cant rebind keys
-- you cant click in the same spot twice for movement (ex. select 2 heroes to go to the same place). You have to click to a slightly different point. There a few positions that the hero outright refuses to go to without an apparent reason.
-- sloppy path algorithm for hero movement in general and sloppy selection.
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
2.8 hrs on record
Posted: May 8
Simple but fun towed defence game.

-Includes heroes that level up and can be equipped between levels.
-Towers are located in fixed positions. No mazing in this game.
-Originally created for mobile. Works betteron PC.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
4.2 hrs on record
Posted: May 9
Yeah, it's alright. I find it a bit repetitive but the heroes aspect of it makes it a bit more interesting than the average tower defense game.

You are constantly poked in the eye that this is a port of a mobile game, but the lower-speced graphics with the 60fps cap means I can play it on my laptop without it overheating after the first five minutes you kind of get over the graphics and focus on the gameplay. Fortunately that is the only allusion to the more negative side of mobile porting, everything else has been smoothed over.

Some things I'd have preferred to see in the game though, would be able to zoom out more for a wider FOV, and ideally sync my gameplay progress between Steam and mobile.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
33.0 hrs on record
Posted: May 12
This game seems to be a good tower defense game. The main negative comment is after playing the game for 1 hr, it seems the heroes die easily and take 45 min to respawn. I had to quit the game and wait for the respawn because the heroes are necessary for level progression. This smacks of mobile ftp gaming timers.

After many more hours of playing, I have learned how to keep my heroes alive. I would recommend this game to my friends.
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