Közzétéve: április 25.
Lemmings meets tunnels and dwarves.
Dwarfs!? is top down 2d strategy game developed by Tripwire Interactive. You play as an overseer whose goal is to manage the dwarve's mining operations and make sure things go smoothly.
As an overseer you have to control the safety of your mine through moving units, dealing with environmental hazards and building new structures. Gold is the main currency in the game. It is obtained by simply letting miners detroy blocks on the map. Miners will go off on their own detroying blocks and earning gold and aren't all directly controlled by the player. However, the direction the dwaf is moving in can be manipulated by selecting them and draging (which creates a path) in a direction to make them move somewhere else. This can't be done sparringly however as it costs gold and the further the direction you send the dwarf, the more it costs. That is why it is best to let the dwarves do their own thing and simply resolve problems when they arise (like lemmings). There are also traps such as water and lava (which floods the mine). When they reach your town hall, the game ends. To deal with this, you have to block the entrance with walls. Lava will break down walls over time, so you have to set explosives to create holes for lava to fall into. Further hazards are enemies such as goblins, spiders, skeletons etc which can be found within the mines. To help deal with these foes you can recruit soldiers. All units gain experience as they complete their tasks, which makes them perform better when they level up. Besides building walls and dynamite, you can also build outposts. Outposts can be used to train your soldiers which increase health and damage. Training takes time and the more time it takes, the more gold it costs.
There are plenty of game modes to play. Campaign involves completing challenges which range between getting a certain score, number of units or defeating foes with limited troops. There is also a tower defence mode, where you have to defend your town hall against waves of foes through clever tunnel and tower placement. Arcade mode has you explore a massive map in timed game, trying to get the highest score. Skirmish includes a variety of different modes including a carnival game (where you have to hit the targets) and endless mode (play a 60 minute game). With all theses game modes available, there is plenty of replayability.
Audio is decent. The music is alright and gives a somewhat light-hearted medieval feel. Voice acting from the tutorial guy is decent as well.
Graphics are dated. Textures don't have alot of detail to them and the models are basic.
If you enjoy games where you can sit back and let your workers do most of the work, and solve issues when they occur, as well as having plenty of game modes, this game is for you.