This time the spotlight will be shining on Tronix Defender, funky tower defense with quite the 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 defense without pre-defined maps/levels is quite a rarity, although I suspect the reason for that is that randomly generated levels for this particular genre is tricky at best. 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 honestly, 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? Ain’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!