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Babel Rising puts you in the sacred sandals of the great and angry Almighty God. Bring to bear scorching and wrathful powers to smite arrogant humans and prevent them from building the tower of Babel. You shall hurl bolts of holy lightning, summon punishing earthquakes, and unleash vengeful floods upon the foolish and irreverent Humans.
This next-gen version of the critically acclaimed iPhone game adds something new to its original gameplay. Thanks to 3D and motion control, player can now enjoy an epic peplum experience.
Destroy the Defiant Idols of Human Vanity:
Prevent humans from building towers of Babel at various times in history. Discover an exciting 15 mission, single-player campaign. Improve your Godly stamina in survival and multiplayer modes.
Only a God can Rise to the Challenge!
Express your wrath against diligent workers led and strengthened by:
Protective Priests who shield workers from your spells.
Sacred Urn Porters who increase the cool-down times of your powers.
Siege Towers that help humans to access upper levels faster.
Cargo Ships bringing stones to the yard.
Manage your powers wisely to eliminate successive waves of enemies!
Control the Elements:
Access twice as many powers as in the original game. Discover ultimate elemental attacks based on fire, water, earth and air, each with its unique effect depending on the target: the Rolling Stone, Sirocco, Meteorite Shower and many more.
Become a Supreme God
Kill even more infidels playing with a friend or defy other Gods in the versus multiplayer mode.
Babel rising!maciej2601 | Aug. 22, 2012 | See all maciej2601's reviews »
Babel Rising is an unusual arcade game, which takes on the people of God and refrain from building the Tower of Babel, using a variety of supernatural powers. PCs version also features an improved, compared to the original designed for mobile devices, graphic design.
Pretty nicejeyko | Aug. 8, 2012 | See all jeyko's reviews »
I played this game on iOs (it was free) and I can say I have spent around 10-15 hours playing it and I genuinely like it. It may not be the best God game ever, but for what it is, it's not that bad. Go ahead and give it a shot.
An Iphone/Kinect game brought to PCCynaris | Aug. 8, 2012 | See all Cynaris's reviews »
So expect gameplay according to this, it's nothing special, nothing deep, but your average mobile/motion sensored game, except with PC controls.
You are playing God, and must stop the Tower of Babel being build, by wiping out parts of it, or even the people with the powers you have at your disposal. Can be fun in bursts, but not for extensive playsessions.
Graphics wise it looks quite nice to me personally, but I wouldn't be surprised with others not liking it. Then again, the game has mobile roots.
Still wait with the purchase, as it doesn't worth 10 Euros/$ in my humble optinion.