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Fieldrunners est proposé au prix maximal de 4,99 €, contre 2,39 € sur iPhone et iPod Touch. Si vous n’avez pas de mobile Apple sous la main, dites-vous bien que le jeu vaut tout de même chaque centime demandé. Une vraie drogue dure. Foncez !
The darling of the early iPhone gaming scene, Fieldrunners is a masterful Tower Defense-style game expertly converted to the PSP platform with a few extra bells and whistles. The analog stick zooms, the d-pad moves around the playing field and the triggers are used to select your various towers, of which there are plenty enough to portray a deep set of gameplay mechanics. Yes, we’ve all played TD games before (and PixelJunk Monsters turned the whole thing around anyway) but Fieldrunners is a supreme example of how to make a PSP Minis game – for £4 you get a massive amount of game here, with loads of levels, near endless replayability and some fantastic graphics (although on full zoom they lack a little sharpness). Absolutely the best of the launch titles in our opinion, and one that should be right at the top of the list for anyone wanting to see what all the fuss is about. Lets hope multiplayer gets patched in at some point, even if we have to pay for it.
If you are a tower defense veteran you will enjoy Fieldrunners. If you are new to tower defense then you couldn’t start off on a better title then Fieldrunners. The only downside is a lot of other tower defense games will seem a little lackluster in comparison. The amount of polish on Fieldrunners makes it shine in every aspect. You might just have to wear sunglasses to play it.
With a clean, pleasing visual style and gameplay that reveals its nuances through natural play, Fieldrunners is a wonderfully crafted casual nugget. It's a shame that more hasn't been added for this version, but that's no reason not to surrender to its charm.
Simple mais diablement addictif, Fieldrunners fait partie de ces petits jeux auxquels on joue dès que l'on a dix minutes de libre dans le métro ou entre deux cours. Se basant sur un concept qui a fait ses preuves depuis belle lurette, ce titre réjouissant s'avère en pratique aussi sympathique que rafraîchissant. Pour 4,99 euros, on aurait vraiment tort de s'en priver.