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Dec
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If you've never played Anomaly Warzone Earth, it's worth looking into - the game took the tower defense genre and turned it on its head, quite literally. Anomaly is a tower offense game, in which you send in and guide your forces through a defense-laden map and achieve various objects in the process. The sequel to that game is now out - Anomaly Korea.

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The gameplay looks basically similar (though I'm certain there are some new features), so players of the previous game should have no problem jumping right in. The screenshots suggest visuals have been improved as well. The game is on sale for a promotional launch price of $2.99 (we're uncertain what the regular price will be), so now's the time to get it.

David Ruddock
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  • defred34

    One of my top games. But is almost the same....bit disappointing.

  • http://twitter.com/misterE33 Mr E

    Sorry, Korea

  • tumatos

    not good enough for that price tag.

  • Andrew

    Judging by the video it looks to be essentially the exact same game as the first one, which is a bit of a shame. Still, I enjoyed the first one enough to happily get this too, provided they do something new for their third release.

  • http://www.facebook.com/tarek.elghazaly Tarek El-Ghazaly

    Everyone on Google Play reviews loves it, but here there's only talk about it being a replica of the first (super awesome) game... which if true means I'll pass on it.

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