Review: Anomaly: Warzone Earth

Tower defense games are nothing new, with new iterations on the classic formula seemingly coming out every year (see Dungeon Defenders and Orcs Must Die! & it’s newly announced sequel). How often has a game in the genre done something as radical as Anomaly: Warzone Earth? The folks at 11 bit studios said screw placing towers, we’re going to let you play as the creep and destroy the towers! Anomaly: Warzone Earth can be described as reverse tower defense (or even tower attack), but no matter what moniker it’s given the game is downright fun.


Switching the Tower Defense role turns out to be a novel idea

I didn’t know what to expect when I started playing Anomaly: Warzone Earth. The game looked like any other tower defense title, but the interesting approach to gameplay and solid mechanics made for a very enjoyable experience.

Read the full review at Machinima’s Inside Gaming Daily blog here.


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  1. Westen

    Nice review. I bought it myself last week (am working on a review too), and I pretty much feel the same so far. Good game, could have maybe used more depth, but it feels pretty fresh on the whole.

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