Titan

Description

The great block breaker* developed by Titus Interactive in 1988 is back with a brand- new HD version featuring superb 3D environments. * when Titan was released in 1988, it was awarded the Oscar for Innovation at the CES in Chicago

Locked up in an 80- level tower by a mad scientist, use your brainpower to help you to escape. Armed with your pod (a cubic robot) and a metal ball, avoid the numerous traps and try to find the way out. Titan is an innovative block breaker in which you control a cube at the center of the screen that allows you to move a ball in all directions and destroy the bricks. In this game, it is not reflexes that count because you are inside an enclosed arena and the ball cannot get out. It is brainpower and strategy that will carry the day. In each arena, different surprises and riddles await you... you will have to try to understand how to get out and, above all, how to avoid the traps. Some bricks can be destroyed by the ball, others by your pod. Teleporters allow you to navigate from one zone to another, the ice makes you slide, while mortal robot- pods try to hunt you down and traps try to destroy you...


Features

  • 80 diabolical levels from the original game
  • A captivating futuristic universe
  • Superb 3D environments
  • An original gameplay offering varied situations
  • 8 different universes offering their own specific traps and gameplay subtleties

Customer reviews

80

Surprisingly good block-breaking game!

Scorpy | July 16, 2013 | See all Scorpy's reviews ยป

I was taken by surprise at how much content there was in Titan. For a $10 block-breaking game, I expected little level variety and gameplay tweaks. However, Titan surprised me on nearly all fronts.

Its art style is great, very reminiscent of Tron. Levels are detailed and textures look great, but what I liked the most was that there was a lot of level variety. Variety in the colors, textures and models really made this game fun to play through.

Gameplay is somewhat similar to classic block-breaking games, except things such as traps and environmental hazards will really change up the gameplay. These are all level-specific, making the game a real challenge because every universe is different when it comes to traps and the environment.

Definitely pick this up if you like puzzle or block-breaking games. For $10 it's easy to get your money's worth.