Fort Defenders: Seven Seas
Battle stations! The pirates are preparing to board again! Surely you didn't think that the pirates would leave once and for all? They've come back, and the peaceful fort requires your strategic mind and steady hand to defend it once more from the onslaught from the sea! Explore the expanses of the Atlantic Ocean and discover the secrets of the Bermuda Triangle as you build towers, cast spells, collect barrels of rum and lead your crew to victory! With two new worlds, 40 unique levels and five original enemies, Fort Defenders: Seven Seas delivers an entire ocean of possibilities!
January 20, 2014
8th Floor Games
Fort Defenders: Seven Seas is the second game in the Fort Defense series from 8th Floor Games. The pirates are back, and this time they are more powerful than ever – protect your fort from the enemies and discover the secret of the seven seas!
Fort Defenders: Seven Seas is a tower-defense game and it plays like one. In fact, there is nothing remarkably new about the game except the sea setting. There are four buildings to build and upgrade and five enemies to defeat. As always, your aim is to carefully place attack buildings, fight off waves of enemies and protect your fort. There are 25 lives given in each level so we would not say that Fort Defenders 2 is overly-challenging. However, there are still some challenges there – moreover, if you are an expert in this field, there are three difficulty modes you can select.
The game offers five different power-ups which is quite a lot compared to other tower-defenses; each one has its own ability and takes time to recharge after it is used. There is also a shop to buy upgrades, both for your power-ups and your buildings. Items and upgrades can be purchased using barrels which can be gained during each level, the prices are not too high.
On the visuals side, Fort Defenders 2 is bright and colorful. The colors are sparkling, and the buildings and the fort certainly look nice. Nonetheless, the water is as static as it could be which is fairly annoying since all of the actions take place in the sea. Similarly, the special effects are not at all spectacular, but still, not too bad.