June 27, 2014 9:43 AM | Michael Rose
I don't know about you, but sometimes I find myself sitting back at my computer and thinking, "I'd really like to place down a bunch of towers this evening, and stop incoming hordes of nasty-looking creatures who grow stronger in numbers and power gradually over time, thus allowing me to slowly but surely build more towers in the meantime."
If this is a thing you also think, then Rush For Glory could well fill that tower-ridden desire. The game released on Steam this month, and it's got all the usual tower defence suspects involved. Standard towers! Ice towers! Running enemies! Flying enemies! Branching paths! Lots of death!
It does a few additional neat things too, like keeping track of how many civilans you've lost over the course of your play, rather than having a set figure that you have to defend on each level. You can find Rush for Glory on Steam.