Posts Tagged ‘turtle sandbox’

Art For Artillery’s Sake: Cannon Brawl

By Adam Smith on September 22nd, 2014.

I love a good artillery game and Cannon Brawl just might be a great one. As well as measuring angles and projectile strength, the gorgeous RTS hybrid from Turtle Sandbox has players managing resources and locations across its 20 single player missions. I played an early version and found it absolutely delightful. It’s challenging, inventive and rewarding, and allows you to fire drills from a cannon. Even the early stages allow for flexible strategic approaches, and it’s possible to succeed either by playing offensively or defensively. A fine balance is obviously preferable but levels aren’t laid out like puzzles with a single correct solution. The launch trailer below was fired onto my screen at a 67 degree angle at 45% power.

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The Adorasplosive Cannon Brawl

By Ben Barrett on July 30th, 2013.

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Sound the siren because we’ve found yet another adorable indie strategy game, but this one’s pushing the boundaries of what our cute glands can handle. Cannon Brawl boasts airships, hilariously proportioned turrets and a father-daughter royalty tag team just on the surface, with a highly original 2D strategy concept and great music to boot. We’ve got a launch trailer and lightning fast first thoughts after the break.

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