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Retro gamers will probably be justified in their inevitable disparagement of this almost-remake, and fully fledged gamers will quite understandably go unchallenged in their derogation of the easy and repetitive gameplay that’s lacking in replayability, and I accept these points – in fact, I stress them; but I also maintain there is a certain charm to Fortis that raises it slightly above the level of equivalent flash-based remakes which might well give reason to pay the lowly price of £2.39. However, aside from purchasing this for my hypothetical iPhone (for cheaper than the PC version – $0.99), as a PC gamer Fortis offers very little that I couldn’t find in any of the hundreds of flash game websites out there, and is certainly dwarfed by the rest of my PC collection.