Sanctum  (PC/FullIso/ENG)
Game Platforme(s) : PC | Language : English | Release Date : Apr 17, 2011
Publisher : Coffee Stain Studios | Developer : Coffee Stain | Genre : Sci-Fiction Fps
Size : 1.06 Gb
The tower defense genre has been steadily growing for a few years now, with many such games spicing up the recipe with unique elements to stand out. Enter Sanctum, the latest game to carve out a niche on an increasingly crowded landscape. In this downloadable game, you build towers to protect a key structure from gangs of marching meanies, as you do in most such games. But here is the hook: While those monsters maraud down their predetermined paths, you take aim at them with your own weapons from a first-person perspective. Having to face those lumbering monstrosities makes Sanctum a more immediate experience than your average tower defense game; you can no longer be content to watch from above and must meet the terrors head-on. It’s a shame there aren’t more ways to enjoy Sanctum: It only comes with three different levels, but with 20 or more waves in each, they are lengthy ones. Though you may wish that the concept had more content built around it, what’s here is fresh enough to make Sanctum a fun way to while away the hours–even if you’re burnt out on the genre.
In many respects, Sanctum is like most other tower defense games. Monsters emerge from predetermined spawn points and meander (or float, or scamper) down predetermined paths. Your goal is to destroy them by placing turrets along that path at strategic points. You also need to extend these bumbling buffoons’ journey as best you can by building your turret blocks in such a way as to create mazes for them to traverse. While you’re probably used to placing towers from an overhead view, in Sanctum, you do so from a first-person view. This can be disorienting at first, especially when planning out your maze. Luckily, you can switch to an overhead view to see how your labyrinth is coming along, though you can’t actually build anything this way.
Maze management is only half of the equation, however. Once you’ve spent all your allotted resources, you press a key, and the invasion begins. Obese creatures on spindly legs, giant lanky bobble heads, and other oddities descend upon your maze. In other tower defense games, you hope and pray that your turret configuration is clever enough to destroy them; in Sanctum, hope and prayer are no substitute for a warm gun in your hands. As such, you use one of three weapons–an assault rifle, a sniper rifle, and a gun that slows enemies down–to give your turrets a helping hand. The shooting on its own isn’t particularly satisfying. Monsters are oblivious to your presence, and in spite of the blood and goo that erupt upon a deadly headshot, there’s little sense of impact. But when the mutant parade is in full swing, you’ll be too busy sniping floating spores to give it much thought.
You make the most important strategic choices between waves. Do you spend resources on upgrading existing turrets or build new ones? Do you upgrade weapons or flesh out your labyrinth even further? You must be conscious of what enemies will be next coming down the pike when considering these questions. Bobble heads are most vulnerable to your own weapons, so an upgraded sniper rifle may be the way to go. But attending to the bobble heads might mean leaving the walkers that accompany them to your turrets, so you have to find an appropriate balance when spending your dough. The single-player portion of the game features a nice difficulty curve, allowing you to get your bearings early on and putting what you’ve learned to the test by the time you reach the final level. When you leave the campaign behind, you can join friends or strangers to tackle endless waves together. Developing a strategy while working with two resource pools is great fun, though the challenge ramps up considerably faster here than in single-player, so much so that you might get frustrated by how little damage even your fully upgraded weapons are doing. Unfortunately, there there are no other modes to conquer.
1- Extract Rar File
2- Mount ISO file with DAEMON Tools (Or whatever)
3- Click “Setup.exe” to Instal the Game
4- Copy All Content “Crack” Folder to the Folder Game Directory
5- Play & Have Fun ……………….. Enjoy
* Os : Windows@XP (SP2)/Vista/Windows@7
* Processor : CPU Intel Core2Duo 2.0+ GHz
* Memory : 2 GB Of RAM
* Video Card : 512 MB use Mode Shader 3 DirectX@9.0c Compatible
* Sound Card : 16bit Compatible with DirectX 9.0c
* HDD : 2 GB Free Space Drive
* DirectX : DirectX@ 9.0c
* CD/DVD-ROM Drive
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