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About This Game


The greatest “giant rocks rolling through historical/artistic ages” tower defense game is back with Rock of Ages 2: Bigger & Boulder. Just like the title says, Bigger &Boulder cranks up the surrealism and gameplay to be, well… BIGGER AND BOULDER. With an emphasis on the chaotic new multiplayer for up to four rock-rollers, new time periods, and improved graphics, physics, and destructibility powered by Unreal Engine 4, players will need to be ready for some intense rocking and rolling.

ACE Team’s Trademark Quirkiness


The Monty Python-esque humor is turned up to 11, as players literally rock and roll through the ages. Humorous animated vignettes will also make a return in full force, so famous historical figures beware!

An Emphasis On Multiplayer


A little friendly competition never hurt anyone, so that’s why ACE Team decided to improve the multiplayer feature of the game. Play with a friend in local split-screen or up to four players online in a 2v2 match to the death, all with the ability to customize banners and colors for your units and more. Oh, and did we mention that opposing tracks can now intersect each other?

A Positively Absurd Art Style


Just like in the original game, ACE Team has created various levels inspired by the greatest art periods in history. Players will gaze upon exquisite art from the Egyptians, Late Gothic era, Early Renaissance, and Surrealist movement, as they carve a path of destruction with their rolling rocks of doom!

Historically Inaccurate Bosses


Take on works of art come to life in boss battles featuring the likes of The Thinker and the Great Sphinx, leading up to the all-powerful final boss in a showdown like you’d never imagine!

Improved Physics and Destructible Environments


With upgraded physics and even more things to be cracked, crushed, flattened, and slammed, rolling various rocks down a hill has never been a more pleasant experience!

Utter Chaos


With the addition of brand new defensive units and unique boulders with special traits, chaos reigns supreme so be sure not to take each turn for granite.
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    • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
    • OS: 64-Bit Windows 7 Service Pack 1, or Windows 8
    • Processor: 2 GHz Dual-Core 64-bit CPU
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX10 Compatible GPU with 1 GB Video RAM
    • DirectX: Version 10
    • Storage: 6 GB available space
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Ziggomatic

Posted: June 23, 2018
It’s a nice little game based on physics and rolling boulders. It’s fun, relaxing and a blast to play with friends.

I wish I had friends though.

mupheminsani

Posted: August 28, 2017
Highly anticipated sequel finally arrives and I am proud to annouce that it does not disappoint!

Pros

# Beautiful levels are back
# Music is still kicking
# Humor is the same. Which means stupidly smart
# I think they have improved controller controls, it wasn’t this smooth in the first game
# Improved multiplayer

Cons

# Rotational units still can be placed for 4 directions only which can be troublesome at times


I personally thank the ACE Team for the sequel. It’s good to see devs have the same enthusiasm for the IP that community has.

Qix

Posted: September 2, 2017
The aim is to race your boulder down a hill quicker than an AI or human opponent.

There’s a map to navigate, lots of silly cut scenes, different types of boulder, and you can earn different types of towers to place in the path of your opponent and slow them down or knock them off course.

There are two game modes, ‘war’ (where you get to place towers and traps while your boulder is being carved from a rock) and ‘obstacle course’, which is on a predefined course.

The visual style and humour of the game is based on the cartoons of Terry Gilliam, which featured in the 1960s cult television series Monty Python’s Flying Circus.

Rock of Ages 2 is a great game. It’s real hoot in two player mode.

leviathan678

Posted: August 31, 2017
If you played the first game you know what to expect. This game improves on most everything from the first game.

Graphics- are great.
controls-you feel like a rolling rock
gameplay- its a tower defense that you switch between attacking using a rock (or square) to damage the opposing sides gate. and birds eye view of placing defensive structures. fluid transition between the two.
story-the story is very comedic and you will most likely laugh quite a few times. However, the story is very short I beat it in roughly 4 hours. The game is only $15 atm so I don’t see that as a problem simply letting you know.

This is the type of game you get mostly to play by yourself for some laughs or with friends as I did with the first game. I havn’t tried the online feature yet so I will not comment whether or not it is good. overall the game is what all games should try to be and that is "FUN". great game give it a try or watch a youtube video to see whether or not the gameplay is enjoyable too you.

alphyna

Posted: April 14, 2018
This is a hilarious, charming, and stylish Python-esque game that must be immense fun with friends. Unfortunately, I fall somewhat short in the ‘having friends’ department, and it’s not terribly engaging as a single-player experience.

Games Are Art out of 10.

Mindworm

Posted: August 30, 2017
A worthy successor to the quirky cult hit, with all the charm of the first.

Different Boulders have different statistics and build times, as well as some special effects like a double jump or making the ground under it temporarily unbuildable. Units are more diverse and not just basic upgrades of the same basic types. The nearly unusable castle catapult has been replaced with a farther reaching lightning bolt.

So you can deploy hot air balloons dangling lions that grab and scratch enemy boulders, holding them in place while your cannons blow it apart, or use fans to blow the enemy boulder in to a springboard trap flinging them into range of your whale, that sucks them up and spits them out, and all the while they’re being peppered by row of trebuchets, or deploy a few heards of trusty sticky cows near your castle gate, guaranteed to wreck havoc on the enemies momentum before they can batter down your gate. There’s a lot of different strategies to make use of the unique options this game presents, and navigating them is just as much of a thrill as the devious glee of setting them up.

buy this game

Tom Selleck’s Mustache

Posted: August 30, 2017
Marble Madness Monty Python Tower Defense

PIECEofTOAST

Posted: August 28, 2017
It’s rare that I play a game that has this much heart and soul poured into it, especially for 15 dollars. Every inch of this game is just oozing with character, and the amount of small details and care that seemingly went into every design decision of this game is a pleasant experience to say the least. If you even remotely enjoyed the first title then I think purchasing this one, even at it’s full price of 15 dollars, is a no brainer. If you’re new to the series though, just know that if you find it interesting watching videos or trailers of it then this game will probably not only meet your expectations but exceed them. The world designs are absolutely beautiful, the game (as far as I can tell so far) has a massive veriety of content to choose from, and the gameplay itself is practically flawless.

I will update my review once I have put more time into this game (if needed), but I’m just so excited to be playing this game that I just had to share my thoughts. It’s a wonderful experience.

incblob

Posted: August 28, 2017
In one of the levels, you fight against a flaming giraffe…. i don’t know what higher recommendation i could give…
I could go into how all the levels i’ve seen up until now have been quite different from each other, that some levels are even darn beautifully made, but no…
Flaming Giraffe.

philemon

Posted: September 10, 2017
i played this game for 6.6 hours with a friend and it lost a lot of replayability once we unlocked everything. it’s an occasional party game that could become more replayable if more maps could be made (via workshop or whatever). it’s a very unique tower defense game though, highly reccomended for the experience.

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