So you’d like to playalot of Evilot from Syrenaica (a TriplePoint client), but you’ve got no iPad? Well, those do costalot of money, but don’t cryalot — as of right now, you’ve gotalot more options. Evilot is out now on the iPhone, as well as on the PC — presumably, if you’re reading this post, you have at least one of those, so I don’t want to hearalot of excuses. You ought to give Evilot a try ’cause you might just like italot. Also, it might get me to stop making these particular jokes (no promises).
From the press release:
Accessible to even casual players, Evilot’s 50 levels are set up on a grid with the forces of Dolfus defending against baddies (err… goodies?), who race down lanes toward mountains of hard-earned treasure. Gameplay goes beyond the traditional “set it and forget it” tower defense mechanic, adding a puzzle-based unit upgrade system. Place three of the same units together in a column or row and they combine to create a more powerful, leveled-up unit. Keep units tightly packed for more powerful upgrades, or spread them out for a weaker, but wider defensive spread. It’s a compelling twist on tower defense that is easy to play, yet difficult to master. Funded partially through Kickstarter, the title’s orchestral score sets a mood suitable for a Transylvanian invasion.