It’s been said (somewhere, maybe) that the only thing that can stop a good tower offense is a good tower defense. If you’d like to test that theory without annoying your neighbors by building your own towers and amassing your own army, a good way to go would be to check out Anomaly 2, the sequel to the award-winning Anomaly Warzone Earth.
From Warsaw, Poland-based 11 bit studios, Anomaly 2 features an exciting single-player campaign that transports you to a bleak, frozen Earth, overrun by the alien anomalies. Humanity has been nearly wiped out, and you’ll need to use all the tools at your disposal — tactical planning, a wide range of units featuring brand new morph modes, the commander’s support abilities and quick thinking — to take back our planet from the alien scum. Anomaly 2 also introduces the unique tower offense vs. tower defense multiplayer mode, testing your wits and skill in intense one-on-one battles.
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Anomaly 2 is currently on sale for $13.49 (normally $14.99), and Windows users who purchase the game at Anomaly2Game.com will also get Anomaly Korea, available for the first time ever on PC. Mac and Linux users just get a fine how-do-you-do, I guess.
For more information, visit anomaly2game.com.