Paper Wars: Cannon Fodder Devastated
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Content Rating: Teen
Paper Wars: Cannon Fodder Devastated is the refreshed, updated, remastered, and enhanced edition of the beloved Wii tower defense-like game! With updated graphics built from the ground up in Unity and a brand-new chapter where we've exchanged soldiers for zombies, it’s just better than ever! Prepare to face wave after wave of enemy soldiers and vehicles trying to cross the battlefield - don’t let them!!! Get in your tank, take control of the cannon, and wipe them out. Collect power-ups to call in an airstrike, use a special triple-shot skill, or slow time, well, to slow time! Simple and effective. Just be careful not to blow up the power-ups. Friendly fire, soldier! Friendly fire!!!
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Honestly, Paper Wars is not a bad game by any means. It’s very calming to play, despite it’s war theme and stressful genre. But I found myself getting through the content very quickly, and enjoying it. I was not immersed by any means; usually playing while listening to something else in the background. Paper Wars certainly does suffer from a lack of originality. That might not be what it is going for though. It’s a cheap, cute, tower defense game, in a fairly crowded genre. It has decent visuals that are appreciated, but outside of that, I say, throw it back in the recycling bin.
Overall, Paper Wars: Cannon Fodder is a strangely addictive experience. It’s a simple game with a few minor issues, but it’s generally fun to play. There’s not much depth to the game, but if you’re after something simple involving shooting things, this might be one to consider.
Yes, the visual style is quirky and the idea spins the tired genre of tower defence on its head – which may or may not be welcome, depending on your mileage in the genre, but there’s very little to be gained from the game. Paper Wars: Cannon Fodder Devastated is little more than a title you’d buy on sale for a couple of pounds, play for five minutes and forget it exists.