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OTTTD

SMG Studio
Aug 6, 2014 - PC, Nintendo Switch
Strong Man

OpenCritic Rating

77

Top Critic Average

86%

Critics Recommend

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8 / 10
Pure Nintendo
8 / 10
Digitally Downloaded
3.5 / 5
PowerUp!
8 / 10
Rapid Reviews UK
4 / 5
But Why Tho?
8 / 10
NoobFeed
83 / 100
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Critic Reviews for OTTTD

OTTTD is a great example of taking a straightforward type of genre like tower defense and adding just enough of a twist to it to make it stand out. Whilst the lack of touch controls limit its fluidity on such a mobile platform, its bite-sized nature suits the Switch perfectly.

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The game's RPG mechanics, unique art style, and variety in towers, enemy types, and weapons, make for a satisfying tower-defence experience. OTTTD is a must-buy for fans of the genre.

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Digitally Downloaded

Unknown Author
Digitally Downloaded

it’s tailored right down to the core as a simple way of passing time with accessible challenge. But SMG Studio has nailed that brief, and this game does deserve to be considered among the very greats of the genre.

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If you enjoy Tower Defence games at all this is a really great one, especially on the Switch. Though, it might not be the most accessible for newcomers

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OTTTD is an acronym for Over The Top Tower Defence, and over the top it is. For those of you who don’t know what a tower defence game is, essentially you defend a home base by placing and upgrading static towers at set points along a road which enemies will come down in waves. Placing the right towers in the right places is essential, for example, a tower that slows enemies before several big damage dealers to make sure you get the maximum effect.

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But Why Tho?

Unknown Author
8 / 10.0
But Why Tho?

OTTTD doesn't do anything revolutionary or tremendously innovative, it's strong, lean mechanics, as well as its strong sense of humor, make it incredibly enjoyable on the Nintendo Switch. The variety of levels and the constant sense of competition keeps players coming back for more.

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OTTTD's flaws are few and can easily be overlooked. On top of that, the indie game's entertainment value is such that players will ignore any errors noticed. With a generous price tag attached to it, OTTTD will get players the bang for their buck that is deserved.

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