Jump in to intense turret defense action with Sol Survivor! Build turrets to defend your colony and the innocent colonists within. Smash enemies with volleys of actively-controlled orbital support. Play with friends in co-operative and competitive multiplayer matches or test your mettle against our new Survival mode!
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Release Date: Mar 15, 2010

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Jump in to intense turret defense action with Sol Survivor! Build turrets to defend your colony and the innocent colonists within. Smash enemies with volleys of actively-controlled orbital support. Play with friends in co-operative and competitive multiplayer matches or test your mettle against our new Survival mode!
  • Orbital Support - Get up close and personal with the enemy by calling down orbital lasers, salvos of artillery and many other weapons in support of your turrets. Never be stuck wishing your turrets could fire just one more shot!
  • Huge Turret Arsenal - Twenty-six turrets are at the ready in the fight against the enemy, with each one filling a unique role. Try "old-time" strategies like cannons and mortars or ramp up the technology with banks of lasers and automated drones!
  • 10 Unique Playstyles - Ten distinct executive officers bring unique combinations of turrets and support to the battlefield. Choose a favorite or pick the officer that best suits the challenge at hand!
  • Immersive Camera and Controls - With a full rotational camera, the battlefield is at your fingertips. View the action from afar and plan strategies or get in close for precise actions!
  • Exciting Co-Op and Multiplayer Modes - Choose from up to four game modes: the casual Duo mode, flexible Versus mode, challenging Co-Op or competitive Wars mode. Play with up to 8 friends!
  • Survival Mode - Fight against tougher and tougher waves of enemies crafted randomly to create new challenges with each game. Challenge your friends to beat your best times!
  • In-Game Encyclopedia - Always be well informed about the turrets and the enemy by consulting the in-game encyclopedia. Read up before starting a battle or check up on your knowledge quickly from the field.

System Requirements

    • OS: Microsoft Windows XP, Vista, or 7
    • Processor: 2.0 GHz CPU
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Hard Drive: 430 MB free space
    • Graphics: Shader Model 2.0, 128 MB NVIDIA GeForce 6600 or ATI Radeon 9800
    • Sound: DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card
    • DirectX®: DirectX 9.0c
    • Other Requirements: Broadband connection for Multiplayer, .NET 3.5 Framework, XNA 3.1 support
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Very Positive (239 reviews)
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specter4432
( 13.3 hrs on record )
Posted: May 20
very good td,challenging but not impossible for noobs like me,definitely worth a try
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Sophronios
Posted: May 4
One of the best tower defence games i have ever played.
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Ninethousand
( 49.9 hrs on record )
Posted: April 8
Multiplayer is dead, Singleplayer is fixed to "enemies move 1 pixel every 5 minutes" speed.
I think i have never seen a tower defense game, where you can't fast forward.
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Wedge
( 9.5 hrs on record )
Posted: April 1
Bought this to play with friends, now they won’t play with me.
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SoupS
( 86.6 hrs on record )
Posted: March 25
It's been 6 years now since this monster of a game's been released and I'm glad I decided to play it again.
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[BRTD] Stryke
( 99.1 hrs on record )
Posted: February 25
Absolutely amazing game if you into tower defense, pretty fantastic if yout not.

Nearly 100 hrs in and i'm still finding new ways to play and new combos and stratagies try.

Even considering the age and graphical simplicity of the game it is still visiually enthralling with every shot and attack being visible allowing you to see the effects of each and every turret. The effects and variety allow for a visually stunning battle across a vareity of fun and interesting maps wach with its own quirks advantages and dis advantages. each turret and its attack is visually dicernable from the rest for very colourful and entertaining combination.

Game play is simple but with depth each turret has its own advantages and disadvantages. While there are definitaly beter turrets within the game each does seem to have its own place with in a build allowing for a wide choice in play styles and tactics.
Additonally the support options -attacks (such as the orbital laser) and buffs (such as speed and crit chance) etc that allow the player to directly efefct the battle field- add an interesting dynamic allowing players to deal with leaks or weaknesses in thier defence line immediately and reliably while giving them somethign to do while they save mass for that all important t3 upgrade or AoE booster turret

A huge menagerie of enemys'(called Creeps) mean you are constantly on the look out for new problems to deal with and ensuring that you have the tools to deal with them and after a few games you will begin to develope a particular dislike for certain creeps and the dreaded boss waves.

As for actually playing? get the 4 pack, get three friends with an evening free and get ready for a game that sucks up more time than minecraft with PvE, CooP and PvP all being available for hours of fun.

And remember, Its not time wasted if its time you enjoyed wasting. :D
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countycullen81
Posted: February 11
excellent tower game. much better than the console version in that you can create custom officers. the map editor adds alot of replayability. i definately recommend getting this if it is on sale
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Gz│Kitton
( 15.0 hrs on record )
Posted: January 24
What a suprise, bought this on a whim as was looking for a cheesy tower defence and this is one of the most in depth ones i've played. MORE than worth the price tag.

My only critisim is the hardness of the waves spike dramatically, feels a little unbalanced.
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bobik314
( 26.9 hrs on record )
Posted: January 22
One of best tower defence games on steam
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( 11.6 hrs on record )
Posted: December 21, 2015
The Game got a new Sreen Resolution in 2010 but originally is from 1992.

So its really poor stuff. Dont bother your PC with this Scrap.

Who wants to Pay Hard Dollars for slime Amiga stuff can do it

I had to play some damn hours for these Steam Achievements but it really felt like Torture !!!!
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shepfacexl
( 96.9 hrs on record )
Posted: November 30, 2015
Sol Survivor

Sol Survivor is a tower defence game in which the goal is to hold off an invading alien horde consisting of organic, cybernetic, armoured and air units hell-bent on sucking the souls of your helpless colonists. Worried? You should be! Don't despair as you have been issued with an extravagant variety of turrets including shotgun, machine gun, laser and rocket to name but a few as well as a range of support towers to enhance the abilities of neighbouring weaponry. If that wasn't enough to keep you busy, you have a choice of special abilities that can be called in from off map such as fire bombs and nuclear missiles to aid you in your struggle.

I have been loving this game after picking it up in the Steam Sale. It's a simple concept but well executed. The graphics are good for the genre so should be more than playable no matter what system you're running. The multi-player co-op function is incredibly fun as it adds a lot of replay value to the maps and missions although it is still highly addictive going it alone. The hordes vary depending on the amount of players as well as the difficulty level. You can choose from the standard difficulties or an endless assault (my current record on that is 35 minutes!). Personally, I would like the option of choosing a specific amount of waves as there is a not a big difference between the easiest mode and the most difficult in terms of numbers of waves. As a side note, the soundtrack is sublime. This game is worth every penny of the £1.99 I paid for it in the sale and still would be worth it even at the full price of £7.99 (at the time of writing).

If you love tower defence games, you'll love Sol Survivor!
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CaptainYOLO
( 134.8 hrs on record )
Posted: November 9, 2015
best turret game ever
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LazLo
( 98.7 hrs on record )
Posted: October 15, 2015
Great, unsung Tower Defense game.
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Tulip O'Hare
( 4.9 hrs on record )
Posted: September 9, 2015
It's a 5-year-old game now, so is it hugely innovative? Nah. Is it fun? Yes! Grab a 4-pack when it goes on sale and have a blast gunning down aliens with (or against) your friends.

Also, I really like the music. I can't think of another tower defense game with music that I even noticed.
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yuru
( 2.7 hrs on record )
Posted: September 6, 2015
Tower defense. Slow, tedious, repetetive. Get one of the thousand games for free...
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haRT3r
( 29.1 hrs on record )
Posted: August 3, 2015
A reverse tower offense game.
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Falstad
( 72.7 hrs on record )
Posted: July 30, 2015
Sol Survivor is a well done game. I enjoyed playing and played Coop with a friend. It's challenging and fun to play as a team. The types of defensive structures are varied and makes it fun to create combos for defense.
My only complaint on the game and it isn't really a big deal is that it's pretty impossible to go past 1 hour and 30 minutes on a mission. Maybe it's different on single player. The good part of that is that if you don't want to be playing all night you know you won't be.
Wait for this to go on sale and pick it up!
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★ Gabukunaya
Posted: July 23, 2015
Was fun :)
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Frostflame
( 60.2 hrs on record )
Posted: July 16, 2015
Sol Survivor is a really fun Tower Defense game. No build limit for towers of anything like that. You have towers and support powers to deal with the enemy minions. This game has multiple game modes, but the funniest of them all is survival, endless survival. I recommend this game for fans of the TD genre. This game is funnier with friends than solo. 8/10
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chessnut98
( 7.8 hrs on record )
Posted: July 9, 2015
10/10 would play free again
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
49.9 hrs on record
Posted: April 8
Multiplayer is dead, Singleplayer is fixed to "enemies move 1 pixel every 5 minutes" speed.
I think i have never seen a tower defense game, where you can't fast forward.
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Most Helpful Reviews  In the past 180 days
10 of 11 people (91%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Recommended
96.9 hrs on record
Posted: November 30, 2015
Sol Survivor

Sol Survivor is a tower defence game in which the goal is to hold off an invading alien horde consisting of organic, cybernetic, armoured and air units hell-bent on sucking the souls of your helpless colonists. Worried? You should be! Don't despair as you have been issued with an extravagant variety of turrets including shotgun, machine gun, laser and rocket to name but a few as well as a range of support towers to enhance the abilities of neighbouring weaponry. If that wasn't enough to keep you busy, you have a choice of special abilities that can be called in from off map such as fire bombs and nuclear missiles to aid you in your struggle.

I have been loving this game after picking it up in the Steam Sale. It's a simple concept but well executed. The graphics are good for the genre so should be more than playable no matter what system you're running. The multi-player co-op function is incredibly fun as it adds a lot of replay value to the maps and missions although it is still highly addictive going it alone. The hordes vary depending on the amount of players as well as the difficulty level. You can choose from the standard difficulties or an endless assault (my current record on that is 35 minutes!). Personally, I would like the option of choosing a specific amount of waves as there is a not a big difference between the easiest mode and the most difficult in terms of numbers of waves. As a side note, the soundtrack is sublime. This game is worth every penny of the £1.99 I paid for it in the sale and still would be worth it even at the full price of £7.99 (at the time of writing).

If you love tower defence games, you'll love Sol Survivor!
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33 of 36 people (92%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
690.7 hrs on record
Posted: December 25, 2013
Sol Survivor is one of my top favorite tower defence games (defence grid is my 2nd fav), Sol doesn't really have much of a story to it but it makes up for it with it's sheer number of tower types and possible tower combinations which is in the 1000's.

It has a good multiplayer system with modes like co-op survival and head to head wars and has quite a large number of maps to play them on and in a recent update a level creater was released.

If you enjoy tower defence games Sol Survivor is one you definitely need to get!
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32 of 36 people (89%) found this review helpful
Recommended
7.1 hrs on record
Posted: April 21, 2014
This is a classic tower defense game that copies significant features from Defense Grid: The Awakening. There are numerous uncanny similarities. That being said, there are many worse formulas to copy than Defense Grid, and I highly recommend this game as well as an excellent entry in the Tower Defense genre (but play Defense Grid first). It doesn't do a lot to differentiate itself, but it executes well on the basic Tower Defense tropes... tower building and placement, tower synergies, etc.

The campaign is relatively short, but there are numerous ways to replay the same levels giving it longer legs than it would otherwise have.

It is a solid tower defense game that deserves attention. That being said, if you're only going to play one Tower Defense game, it should still be Defense Grid.
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32 of 36 people (89%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Recommended
9.5 hrs on record
Posted: March 16, 2015
A game any TD fan needs to have and play. SS has a lot to offer and gives you so many options (after you get access to different commanders who each have their own combination of towers/powerups) on how to approach each level. It even has multiplayer vs and co-op. Brilliant game with a lot of depth and replay value.

Only thing that bugs me is you can't fast forward.
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18 of 21 people (86%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Recommended
Posted: October 7, 2014
Great game play with my girlfriend all the time she's not that good at games but picked this one up vary fast and we enjoy paying together in coop. But be forwarned at the one hour mark the npc's get super hard to kill which i consider a sad thing as were near the end of the game. But if u have someone that isn't good at games but still want to play with them this is the game for you, you can talk about where to place towers what to place in other words you can interact with each other and thats the best part.
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12 of 13 people (92%) found this review helpful
Recommended
48.6 hrs on record
Posted: November 25, 2013
I like this game as one of the few multiplayer tower defense games I've seen. This is pure strategy and no FPS.

There are a few other games I like more the single-player TD, but this one works well and is multiplayer.
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10 of 12 people (83%) found this review helpful
Recommended
Posted: November 8, 2014
Sol Survivor is an excellent tower defense game that has a lot of replay value. The ability to customize your loadout, the plethora of towers and weapons available, the freedom to place towers where you want, the various multi-player modes...all of these things serve to keep me coming back for more. It's definitely worth its $9.99 price tag, though there's a demo available if you still aren't sure.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ay01Ct_L7o4
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8 of 9 people (89%) found this review helpful
Recommended
13.0 hrs on record
Posted: January 1, 2014
It may not have the razzle-dazzle of more recent tower defense games, but Sol Survivor is a solid entry in what is a crowded genre.

Cadenza Interactive does an excellent job in delivering a graphical style that is both elegant and visually appealing. I never felt like I wasn't able to identify what each turret's function was even in the thick of battle. I especially like that each type of turret damage is color coded, allowing you to easily spot where areas of your defense may be lacking in certain damage types. Piercing turrets are yellow, concussive turrets are orange, support fields are green and electrical damage is blue. It affords an interesting "temperature" to a fleshed out defense and makes each level a paint-by-numbers process of constructing creep murder.

The soundtrack is exceptional, and I must take a moment to point it out. It's not heartpounding, thrilling or action-y. You play the role of an ensign, rapidly rising through the ranks in a battle for humanity's survival. The music fits that theme. It's immersive, sad, and desperate. Kudos to the composer, because the soundtrack is amazing and fitting in every way.

Some tower defense fans will balk at the lack of "mazing" or "zoning". Each map already has its path laid out a la the original Warcraft tower defense maps. You simply place your turrets along the path and attempt to capitalize on the various types of damage you have available and the various creeps you are facing. As above, each tower can deal a certain type of damage. This damage is more or less effective against the various types of creeps, so planning your resource expenditure is necessary for a successful defense. Where Sol Survivor lacks the strategy of "zoning", it makes up for it in the addition of support powers. Each field commander brings a variety of support abilities to the table which can either be used to shore up a weakness in your tower selection or to bolster an already solid defense strategy. Your satellite arrays adapt to the support powers you use which allows them to level up over time, increasing their range of effectiveness, power and recharge time. The missions are carefully balanced to allow for this feature, making it necessary to take an active role in combat (rather than simply laying down towers and waiting for enough mass to upgrade or place more).

Sol Survivor also features multiplayer co-op, which is mind-blowing. I have yet to see another tower defense game offer up the same, and the fact that it has slipped under the radar is disappointing. You will be hard pressed to find partners (there are rarely any random people hosting an open lobby) but the playerbase is still active and you can find partners on the discussion hub. You can also send me an invite. I'm always willing to play.

All in all, Sol Survivor is an excellent game. It looks gorgeous, has an amazing soundtrack and it definitely has a story to tell. It may not have voice acting or other fancy features, but the gameplay is solid. I highly recommend it.
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5 of 5 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
23.9 hrs on record
Posted: December 20, 2010
Sol Survivor is quite possibly the best tower defence game I have ever played. The multiplayer play is done pretty flawlessly and greatly contributes towards the quality of the game. Playing this with a few a friends makes for one of the greatest multiplayer experiences I've had.
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6 of 7 people (86%) found this review helpful
Recommended
187.9 hrs on record
Posted: November 14, 2012
Sol Survivor is yet another indie Tower Defense game. They really are spitting them out on an assembly line these days.

Sol Survivor is one of the better examples though as it takes great care to provide you with a multitude of different play-styles and tactics as well as decent multi-player component although it's a bit depopulated these days.

The rather long campaign provides you with the option of choosing which commander to play as which in turn changes which turrets and abilities are available to you. Everything from the standard "Gun" turret to nuke silos and booster towers is available to you from the tower side and on the abilities you have simple damage abilities, slowing and stunning abilities and even an ability that permanently sacrifices the power you use to cast abilities in exchange for more resources to build towers.

The abilities are a big part of the game and where other Tower Defense games like Defense Grid focus on building the most minimalistic defense possible Sol Survivor is all about intelligent tower placement and well timed ability use making it a very thoughtful and tactical game.

Sol Survivor also comes packaged with some excellent multi-player modes which in my opinion is one of the most important things in a Tower Defense game. Unfortunately there aren't a whole lot of people playing this online anymore so unless you got friends to play with you might have a bit of a hard time finding opponents and coop partners.

Probably the most intelligent Tower Defense game on steam and definitely one of the best.
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7 of 9 people (78%) found this review helpful
Recommended
7.1 hrs on record
Posted: July 8, 2013
Sol Survivor is a tower defense game with some interesting twists. The general gameplay is fairly standard - aliens walk down a path trying to steal your stuff, place towers to stop them, yadda yadda yadda... What makes this game unique are the various "commanders" from which you can select before starting a level. Each commander has their own set of turrets (which are placed once and work autonomously) and special abilities (powers that can be used actively by you during the match). This results in a huge variety of playstyles that are available, which encourages experimentation and replay (in order to find the best combination for certain maps, or whatever suits you best). The game has multiple difficulty levels as well as leaderboards, so if you are into competing with your friends for high scores, this is a good game for that. It also features a co-op mode, so you can play with a friend if you prefer working together (though I haven't tried that mode so can't speak to how it is). On the down side, the game is what I would call somewhat "rough around the edges". I mean, it's not bad or anything, just the presentation, interface and controls could be a bit better. But considering the fact that the game was built by a miniscule team of people, it's quite easy to forgive such minor inconveniences. All in all, this is a decent tower defense title with some unique aspects that is worth the asking price if you are a fan of the genre. B-
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7 of 9 people (78%) found this review helpful
Recommended
20.2 hrs on record
Posted: December 7, 2013
I would really recommend this game, I had a lot of fun with it, it's pretty well balanced and you have a lot of options. The micro is done within reason, and you feel like a commander high in the sky with your cursor abilities.
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6 of 8 people (75%) found this review helpful
Recommended
7.3 hrs on record
Posted: January 28, 2014
I didn't know what to expect from this game, but it's actually a solid tower defense. It's pretty easy to get used to and they did a really good job at making effective tutorials to make sure you understand everything. The difficulty curve was also well constructed. It makes sure you know the basic concepts first and then gives you more to learn. You can also unlock different officers who use different kinds of towers which can change how you play the levels. If you're a fan of tower defenses, this is a pretty good one.
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7 of 10 people (70%) found this review helpful
Recommended
183.0 hrs on record
Posted: January 5, 2015
I was introduced to Sol Survivor by someone who'd read my review on Heretic and asked if I'd ever played it using the Doomsday engine. He had an extra copy that he gifted me after we spent a couple hours kicking each other's asses in some Dukematches.

This is my first "real" Tower-Defense game, and it's a great way to be introduced to the genre. Before Sol Survivor, my only glimpse into this genre were the UMS "Turret Defense" and "Pylon Defense" user-created maps for Battle.net StarCraft matches (classic, mind you, not II).

This is an old game by today's standards, but I would consider it and oldie-but-goodie. However, the multiplayer pool is quite small, so only buy if you intend to play the single-player or have friends who want to play with you. It's easy to get into, and the music is kick-♥♥♥. The graphics are also quite contemporary, and I'm rather impressed that a tower-defense game has that much love put into it. Story is somewhat nonexistent, but it's a moot point when you're watching your towers launch volley after volley of defensive flak to a kickin' soundtrack. If you buy this game based on my review, feel free to look me up! I'd love to enter a match with you.
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14 of 24 people (58%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
3.7 hrs on record
Posted: November 20, 2012
I love Tower Defense games!
But i couldn't bring myself to love this one.

Even with it's awesome use of different Commanders with a specific mixup of abilities, all set in a sci-fi universe, i never caught on. In a moment of weakness i might say that the game had no soul, but i shan't.

The towers and difficulty seemed strangely balanced. When i upgraded a tower i never felt it was worth it. I never got a sense of the math behind it, and that is important in a TD game. The enemies felt even more lifeless then normal TD enemies.
So even with sci-fi, commanders, lots of towers and abilities and also high replayability, i was ultimately bored with an uninteresting game.

What a shame.
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
Posted: April 10, 2011
One of the most unique takes on tower defense, the single player requires you to actually act on your feet as a commander and crush anything getting past your towers by hand, while the multiplayer is some of the most clever mode design you'll encounter (try balancing laying down/upgrading turrets, picking off anything that gets by, and MOUNTING THE ASSAULT ON OTHER PLAYERS WITH CREEPS all at once). Also, if you're like me and play everything windowed, this has one of the best windowed modes I've ever run across. That's like a +2 on my scale.

It honestly pisses me off that this game doesn't get as much love as the bog-standard Defense Grid, which, admittedly, ♥♥♥♥♥♥ me off.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
37.5 hrs on record
Posted: January 14, 2014
While i'm a huge fan of Defense Grid, i also like Sol Survivor a lot. It's also a tower defense game, but with less "sterile" maps to defend. They are a lot bigger than in Defense Grid and you have a lot more towers as well. I mean like tons of them. You also have several generals with different abilities and towers or you can even make a general of your own with towers of your selection. There are several missions and also many achievements to conquer. I seem to prefer the Survival mode the most. It's a simple, survive for as long as you can. It's just cool to watch those aliens suffer :)

Graphics are pretty good, sound effects and music as well, aliens are very challenging and maps are also very interesting. It's just a properly good tower defense that you just have to own and play. Highly recommended!
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
120.1 hrs on record
Posted: January 5, 2014
A very underrated TD game. The music and atmosphere are particulary good, and the extensive support options mean you do a lot more than just building/upgrading towers. I do wish there was a way to fast foward the game at certain points, though.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
41.0 hrs on record
Posted: December 8, 2013
Great TD game. This game has a great tower selection system and simple and easy to understand. The game also has a large intresting amounts of mobs. The game has a great balancing system for players who like a challange and for players who want a kick back for a normal or easy time. One of the best features which you rarely see in a GOOD TD game is multiplayer with awesome VS. mode or just simple survival. The multiplayer also has leaderboards just like single player so you and your friends can team up and try to beat the boards. In conclusion Sol Survivor is an amazing TD game although I don't agree with the $10 price I think you should not let it change your mind I would highly reccomend this game if you enjoy TD games.
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