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Orcs Must Die! Unchained closed beta launches this month

Posted: 19.06.2014 by nickhorth1

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Liked the first two Orc Must Die! games? Don't feel like you've quite massacred enough orcs yet? Here's some good news for you then, the Orcs Must Die! Unchained closed beta will launch on June 27.

During the game's beta period the developers are promising the addition of "a whole new map, three additional heroes and the innovative deck editing system, which allows players to create the best possible combination of traps and creatures."

Robot Entertainment announce Orcs Must Die! Unchained for PC

Posted: 11.04.2014 by Technet2k

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The Orcs Must Die! series is growing again as Robot Entertainment unveil the new Orcs Must Die! Unchained, although this time it's going free-to-play with a dash of MOBA, a pinch of collectible cards and a dollop of PvP.

It keeps its third-person view and colourful art style, as well as its strategic trap laying, but will now pit two teams of five against one another. We now command minions to attack.

Humble Jumbo Bundle includes Natural Selection 2, Orcs Must Die, Sanctum 2

Posted: 11.12.2013 by JonahFalcon

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The new Humble Bundle has been announced, and this one doesn't have any real theme, just a ton of quality games, many of them with all their DLC attached.

Classic Orcs Must Die! maps being brought to Orcs Must Die! 2

Posted: 13.07.2012 by JonahFalcon

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Robot Entertainment has announced that owners of the original Orcs Must Die! on Steam will get a bonus when they purchase Orcs Must Die! 2.

Robot: RTS can "still be a big genre," PC retail market not there for it any more

Posted: 19.04.2012 by Technet2k

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Robot Entertainment is made up of former Ensemble veterans with Age of Empires to their name. Patrick Hudson of the studio still believes real-time strategy can be big business.

He admits though it's "changing a lot," and he's not sure where "it's going to go." The days of selling millions of copies at "50 or 60 bucks as a PC game" are gone; PC retail not there.