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At a mere $9.95 (an insanely good deal if you ask me) Titan Attacks is a blessing to this reviewer. It's relatively small screen (4 inches wide by 5 inches height when viewed in my resolution of 800 x 600 pixels) means that your screen is never taken over by the game, so that you can see other things happening on your screen such as if you have any IMs open. Titan Attacks makes for a great quick diversion whenever you find yourself at your computer with some downtime, but it is so well done and addicting that you'll be making time just to play this game and will find yourself procrastinating other matters just so you can go through one more level. So I say buy this game, get addicted, and look for thankeeka on the High Score leaderboard. Here is a hint: I'll be near the top.
Titan Attacks is niet alleen onze favoriete 'Space Invaders' van het moment maar gewoon één van de beste games die er al in het genre zijn uitgebracht. Tel daarbij de heerlijke retro graphics en de muziek die doet denken aan de MOD-files op een oude Amiga en je krijgt een heerlijke cocktail die reeds voor €10 van jou kan zijn. Fan van het genre? Kopen die handel! Of toch zeker eens de demo proberen!
Out Of Eight
Sure, Titan Attacks is not very original, but the game does add a lot of new innovations to make the game seem somewhat fresh and new. The actual gameplay is pretty standard: move your ship and shoot at enemies. But the various additions to the game make it distinct: diverse enemies, ejecting alien pilots, and most importantly ship upgrades. Successfully choosing the ship upgrades is almost a game in itself and can determine whether you win or lose. The whole package Titan Attacks offers is certainly enough to make it a distinct arcade shooter, plus its available on Windows, Mac, and Linux. The graphical style of the game works well, and I feel that having Titan Attacks in 3-D would just add a layer of confusion that’s not necessary in a fast-paced action game. It may not have the depth of other games, but Titan Attacks does have some good action with extras that result in a complete game.