New Screens - Robocalypse: Beaver Defense
Posted by Corbie Dillard
A handful of new screenshots from the upcoming WiiWare tower defense title.
Vogster Entertainment was kind enough to send us four brand new screenshots of their upcoming tower defense WiiWare title Robocalypse: Beaver Defense in action.
As you can see from the screenshots, the game is looking pretty sharp and it will be interesting to see what new features the WiiWare version will sport. Below is a snippet of the official press release sent out with the screenshots that provides a little more information about the game.
Vogster Entertainment, developers of Robocalypse™ for the Nintendo DS™, today released new screenshots from Robocalypse - Beaver Defense for Nintendo's WiiWare™ platform. Robocalypse - Beaver Defense brings the tongue-in-cheek humor and zany characters from the original Robocalypse into the world of "tower defense" gaming. The new screens feature some of the level maps, weapons and enemies players will encounter during the game's frenzied missions.
Robocalypse - Beaver Defense will offer madcap weaponry and uproarious destruction in a tower defense-style game for the Nintendo Wii™. In the game, players will create and strategically position their defenses to annihilate waves of enemy robots, while player-controlled Hero robots will act as mobile weapons units, bringing heavy firepower to all areas of the battlefield. Weaponry varies from the deadly, such as flamethrowers and bombs, to the hilarious - including anvils from above and chainsaws, while scraps from fallen foes provide a variety of upgrades. Players can go it alone or take on up to three other would-be commanders in two multiplayer battle modes via Nintendo WiFi. With a story written by Jay Lender (of Spongebob Squarepants™ fame) and Micah Wright, Robocalypse - Beaver Defense is sure to put a smile on players' faces as they bash near-endless waves of wise-cracking robotic opponents.
We'll have more information on Robocalypse: Beaver Defense as it becomes available, as well as a full review when the titles hits the WiiWare service.