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Stop the undead in Road Stones

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The undead have awakened once again, but this time they are keeping to the roads and paths. No shortcuts for these walkers! Use the undead’s penchant for sticking to the path against them in Road Stones, out today on Xbox and PlayStation.

Road Stones is a strategy game inspired with elements from tower defence games. Most tower defence games prefer to just having you popping balloons, but not Road Stones. The undead will stop at nothing to chomp on any living being and you are the only person that can stop them. With the power of the magical crystals, you can drop around the world and stop the undead using them.

These crystals hold immense power. They can be powered up to be stronger, as well as more to be found. And you will need as many as you can as the undead themselves become bigger and badder as your progress. There are even bosses to be weary of.

But complete it all and there is the promise of returning to your cosy little tower for a well-deserved rest. That is, until the next wave of undead appear.

Road Stones also features:

  • bright cartoon graphics
  • cool characters
  • invigorating soundtrack
  • dynamic gameplay on the verge of a challenge
  • variation on locations

Road Stones is on the Xbox Store now priced at £4.19. Our review is coming soon once we pick up all these leftover crystals someone has left lying around on my driveway.

Game description

Discover the true power of magical crystals in Road Stones! By any means necessary stop the hordes of undead monsters with their sole aim to destroy any living souls. Try to be the brave and bold hero that is desperately needed in this monster-infested kingdom. Become the savior in this action-packed strategy combining arcade and strategy gameplay inspired by the “tower defense” genre. Stop the evil-doers and then return to your magical tower and chill a bit until any next time the world will need your services once again!

Richard Dobson
Richard Dobson
Avid gamer since the days of Sonic the Hedgehog 2. Grew up with the PS1 and PS2 but changed allegiances in 2007 with the release of Halo 3.
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