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There are 7 shops proposing this game for digital download at an average price of $ 14.67. We found the best promotion ongoing with a discount of 17%. Price is dropping (▼ - $ 0.50) during last week.
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Save the planet!
Anomaly 2 is the sequel to the mostly enjoyable tower defense-meets-RTS game, Anomaly: Warzone Earth, and is a similarly fun but slightly shallow experience that kills a few hours quite nicely. This one builds on the foundations of its predecessor quite well and adds in a few new elements to make it appeal to fans and newcomers alike. The story is a bit old hat and sees the Earth overrun by marauding aliens and with humanity now on the edge of extinction. What remains of civilization has banded together into convoys, and they now roam the land looking for supplies to scavenge. You're in charge of ensuring your convoys survive multiple assaults by the aliens, so it's up to you to choose your forces and defend them through a solid single-player campaign and which offers a wide range of units and combinations to try out. There's also a multi-player mode which is quite interesting and which sees you taking either the side of the humans or the aliens, and which adds much to the game's appeal. Anomaly 2 is certainly enjoyable enough, with plenty of compelling missions to try out and with a good level of challenge. Newcomers and old-hands alike should find plenty to amuse themselves with the new mechanics, with add some much needed variety to things, and with over a million combinations of units to try out, the game certainly has some legs. The visuals are quite slick and appealing, with some nice sci-fi design work on the environments and units, and with sound to match. The gameplay is a little simplistic though, even with the range of units, but there's no denying it's a lot of fun.