Tribal Trouble Reviewed
8:15 AM | Cord Kruse | 1 comment
Macworld's Game Room is offering a new game review, this time focusing on Tribal Trouble. The unique real time strategy game from Oddlabs takes a light hearted approach to the popular genre with a tale of Vikings versus islanders. The Game Room gives Tribal Trouble 4 out of 5 mice.
From the review:
There are a few other key differences between Tribal Trouble and your run-of-the-mill real time strategy game: For example, Tribal Trouble is funny. Gone are the ultra-serious humans-against-things-from-space or east-against-west motifs so common to the RTS genre. Instead, this game pits red-nosed Vikings against native islanders in grass skirts and Tiki masks. The Vikings, we soon learn, have gotten shipwrecked after tippling a bit too much during a post-plundering celebration. They’ve decided that the best way to get rid of their nasty hangovers is to go a-pillaging. The natives don’t take too kindly to this sort of thing, with obvious results. To read the rest of the review head over to The Game Room at the link below.
Macworld Game Room: Tribal Trouble Review
Another major difference between Tribal Trouble and other RTS games is its platform-agnosticism. Amazingly, Oddlabs has produced this game for Mac OS X, Windows, and Linux operating systems—one registration code lets you play the game on whichever platform you like.
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