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Harvest: Massive Encounter

January 4th, 2013 Leave a comment Go to comments

I stumbled upon this game during a sale about a year ago, picking it up for a whopping $2.49, down from $9.99.  To sum this game up, you’ll be building a base with power plants and defenses in an attempt to ward off waves of enemy aliens.  While I do appreciate the game’s many modes, they all revolve around the same general premise.  I would have liked a mechanic that rewards the player for sticking with it from game to game, possibly something like a tech tree of sorts.  As it stands, you’ll either try to survive and/or score as many points as you can.  There is a creative mode that lets you build to your heart’s content, but I mainly used this to perfect my defense strategies.  Final verdict?  “Harvest: Massive Encounter” is a fun game that is worth buying, but it could use a little more depth.  I recommend picking it up during a sale, if at all possible.

Harvest: Massive Encounter

Harvest: Massive Encounter (PC, Mac, Linux)

Rather than go into the game at length here, I created a short gameplay video so that you can see what the game is like and decide for yourself.  Enjoy!

Editor’s Note: The above is simply a quick impression / opinion and not a full review.  With that said, I recommend that you watch the video so that you can see the gameplay in order to make up your own mind as to whether or not it is purchase-worthy.

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