As previously mentioned, Steamlands looks pretty perfect. So it’s excellent news that it is now available to play on Nitrome. The game puts you in charge of a giant steam-tank which must be customised to overcome the various enemies you face. In this way, your enemies are crushed. If only all things in life were so.
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By Jim Rossignol on April 21st, 2011.
By Quintin Smith on April 14th, 2011.
That impenetrable castle of good taste that is the Indiegames Blog has posted footage of a game called Steamlands, the current project of indie dev nitrome. Steamlands is a Captain Forever style action game wherein you’re expected to build your vehicle as you go, but with the tower defence twist that the turrets on it are semi-automated. RPS has never done stickers for games, like “MUST BUY” or “ONE TO WATCH”, but if we did then I would waste no time in slapping one on this game that read “FULL GORGEOUS”. Plenty of footage awaits after the jump.
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