March 28, 2016 10:00 AM | Konstantinos Dimopoulos / Gnome
To my defense it was late in August and I was away doing silly things by the sea, but I really shouldn't have missed that email regarding the Steam release of Immortal Defense. I should have both played and let you know about it months ago and I humbly apologize, for Immortal Defense is simultaneously (somehow) the weirdest and the best thought-out tower defense game one could ever hope to encounter. It's an odd, incredibly clever, highly strategic and most engrossing time-sink, that at times evolves into some sort of hypnotic novel.
Oh, and do please keep in mind that, yes, this is indeed a new version of the 2007 Immortal Defense. It now sports better graphics, achievements, leaderboards, translations, and much more, while retaining its existential tendencies.