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Babel Rising 3D (Windows)

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Babel Rising 3D is a sequel to the original Babel Rising. Just like in the original game the player takes the role of God and the objective is to stop the Babylonians from completing the construction of the Tower of Babel. The game plays similarly to a tower defence game but here the player doesn't build any towers. Instead he uses his godly powers to prevent the Babylonians from reaching heaven with their construction. Workers are carrying building material around the spiralling tower and the player needs to kill them before they reach their destination and start building.

For each mission the player chooses two out of four available elements (earth, fire, water, wind) and three powers for each element. There's a local power, a trail power and an ultimate power. Local and trial powers are basic powers and require mana to be used. Mana is replenished by time and the more powerful powers require more and therefore can be used less often. Powers have three levels and to get the most out of it the player should wait until the mana is full. The ultimate power requires fury and this is gathered by hitting the workers with the basic powers. The Babylonians are not only represented by the workers. There are also priests who are immune to one of the elements. They can only throw spells that also protects workers around them for powers of that element.

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Kabushi (121659) added Babel Rising 3D (Windows) on Sep 22, 2012
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