This time the spotlight will be shining on Tronix Defender, a funky tower defense with quite a minimalistic design. What say we help it escape the cold emptiness of Greenlight limbo, eh?
Tronix Defender is a retro-styled arcade, tower-defence game where you must protect your computer core from attack by hacker-bots and trojans and has Randomised Levels for ultimate replayability!
A tower defence without pre-defined maps/levels is quite a rarity. However, I suspect the reason for that is that randomly generated levels for this particular genre are tricky at best. It’s definitely a plus in my books, as it should – in theory – boost replayability significantly. That and its handful of different modes, along with upgradeable towers and enemy variety. Oh and those visuals. They may not be for everyone, but I like the retro-ish look showcased here. It’s clean and easy to manage – a perfect fit for this kind of game. Also, one-man project. Impressive.
So riddle me this, dear reader: why is Tronix Defender still struggling to get through Greenlight? It isn’t out just yet, but a playable demo is. As such, how about visiting its Greenlight page and handing over a ‘yes’, if you like what you see? Remember, your vote matters!