Revenge of the Titans

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Revenge of the Titans
Revenge of the titans cover art.jpg
Developer(s) Puppy Games
Publisher(s) Puppy Games
Platform(s) Microsoft Windows, Linux, Mac OS X, PlayStation Vita
Release date(s) Windows, Linux, OS X
December 14, 2010
PS3, PS4, PSVita
TBA 2014
Genre(s) Tower defense, real-time strategy
Mode(s) Single-player
Distribution Optical disc, download
A screenshot of gameplay from Revenge of the Titans.

Revenge of the Titans is a tower defense game with real-time strategy elements. The game was developed by Puppy Games. It was one of the five games included in the second Humble Indie Bundle.[1] As a result of the success of the Humble Indie Bundle sale the source code of Revenge of the Titans was released.[2] On March 16, 2011, the game was released on Steam.[3]

Music[edit]

The soundtrack of Revenge of the Titans consists of six tracks. Each is an synthesized version of a classical music piece.

  1. March - Music for the Funeral of Queen Mary
  2. Fanfare – Fanfare for the Common Man
  3. Mars – Mars, the Bringer of War
  4. Einleitung - initial fanfare from Also sprach Zarathustra (Strauss)
  5. Toccata - Toccata in D minor (Johann Sebastian Bach)
  6. Fugue - Fugue in D minor (Johann Sebastian Bach)

Critical reception[edit]

Eurogamer praised the blend of RTS and tower defense genres in Titans, awarding it 8 out of 10.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Thompson, Mike (2010-12-14). "Get Into the Holiday Spirit With the Humble Indie Bundle #2". Escapist. Retrieved 2010-12-14. 
  2. ^ "Revenge of the Source Code". Puppy Games. 2011-04-20. Retrieved 2011-08-23. 
  3. ^ "Steam store page.". Retrieved March 16, 2011. 
  4. ^ Meer, Alec (2011-04-05). "Revenge of the Titans - Review". Eurogamer. Eurogamer Network. Retrieved 2011-08-07. While mainstream strategy largely continues to gnaw upon the desiccated husk of Command & Conquer, and so much indie strategy simply slaps new graphics on tower defence mechanics, Revenge of the Titans is, apparently quite effortlessly, doing its own thing. 

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