Sol Survivor

review: This is the addictive appeal Sol Survivor (game that can steal a lot of your free time) has on people – it is very accessible. (volleys of actively-controlled) You begin as a low-ranking officer who is given responsibility (indie games) by high command in small doses. Defend this spot and you get a promotion, (co-operative and competitive multiplayer) and with it more commanders to choose from (colonists) and new weapons to use.

The game has a second set of powers (competitive online) available to the player in the form of support abilities, which (survival mode) range from a laser beam, missiles, mines (3D Real-Time Strategy), super-slowdown, and my favorite and most expensive to use – the nuclear bomb attack. (downloadable release) All of these attacks are much more expensive to use (tower defense titles) than using towers – they’re meant to help you take out (colony and the innocent) those stubborn enemies that sneak past your defenses. This is a nice change from “Defense Grid,” (works very well) which featured an extremely-slow-regenerating sky-beam attack.

Game Details:
Platform: PC
Genre: Strategy
Styles: Sci-Fi Real-Time Strategy
Developer:Cadenza Interactive
Publisher:Cadenza Interactive
Release: Mar 15, 2010
Controls: Keyboard/Mouse

Gameplay Screens

System requirements:
Operating system: Windows XP / Vista / Windows 7
Processor: 2 GHz
Memory: 1 GB
Video: 128 MB NVIDIA GeForce 6600 or ATI Radeon 9800
Free hard disk space: 500 MB

Game features:
* Support for the capabilities that allow a more direct impact on the battle.
* Up to 8 players with 4 different multiplayer modes, Featuring competitive and cooperative play.
* Diving and control video camera, giving a clearer picture of the battle.

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