A zoomed-in view lets you watch the orcs bleed. You’ll have to zoom out, though, to place the towers. Orcs coming. Must kill orcs. Towers kill orcs. Must buy towers. Orcs drop cash. Buy more towers. Kill more orcs. Orcs come faster. More to kill. Kill, kill, kill.Hordes of Orcs is enjoyably primal. If you enjoy games like Beach Head 2000 for their repetitive killing, you’ll find a lot to like about this game, which should also thrill anyone whose favorite buildings in Warcraft II: Tides of Darkness were the guard and cannon towers.
Why can’t we just raid a tomb once in a while without having to leap for precarious ledges? Lara Croft trades Indiana Jones’s whip for a pair of big guns. The two characters end up in similar adventures, however, stealing priceless artifacts from around the world. But unlike the creakier Dr. Jones, Lara uses her athleticism to vault through traps, off walls, and over pits. This acrobatic style makes Tomb Raider Anniversary an exciting game, even though it occasionally frustrates.
Computer security is no laughing matter. Even Average Joes should be concerned about the imminent threat of a security breach. We take it for granted that our computers, both desktop and notebook, contain a lot of personal information. Photos, letters, tax documents, projects, etc. So what can you do?