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Game review
Fury of the Gods
Furiously boring
by Harry Slater 8/3/2013
Product: Fury of the Gods
Developer: Spectral Games
Publisher: Chillingo
Format: iPhone, iPad
Genre: Action, Simulation, Tower defence
Players: 1
Version: Europe
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Let's be honest - having the power to smite your enemies with bolts of lightning or squish them under your giant finger is something we've all wanted to do from time to time. It's not that we're crazy. It's just that revenge fantasies are fun.

Unfortunately, though, Fury of the Gods tells a different tale. Slaughtering innocents with forces of nature and your fat digits isn't fun. It's a bit repetitive, and you end up with tired fingers and a wandering mind.

Why hast thou forsaken me?

The game is sort of like a tower defence title, but your fingers are the towers. You play one of three Greek gods, and your job is to defend your temple from an influx of disgruntled mortals who think that you've forsaken them. Upset by this accusation, you decide the best course of action is to murder them all. ...
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Summary
A dull little game that makes being a deity feel decidedly average, Fury of the Gods isn't worth your time
RATINGS
Audio/visual: 6
Gameplay: 4
Value: 4
Innovation: 5
Overall: 4
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