Robot Entertainment announced they’ll be adding millions of carcasses to the orc pile with Orcs Must Die! Unchained™, a raucous new multiplayer game in the award-winning Orcs Must Die! franchise. Orcs Must Die! Unchained is a fast-paced Fortress Siege action game in which teams of heroes battle head-to-head to attack and defend ancient strongholds. For the first time in Orcs Must Die!, teams of players are responsible for both sides of the battle — building traps to stop the enemy assault AND summoning their own armies to lead against the enemy defense. At launch in late 2014, the game will be available for free digital download on PC. Robot Entertainment will show the first playable version of Orcs Must Die! Watch the new trailer below.
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Doesn't Orcs Must Die contain enough ways to make Orcs die? No. Surely we can get a little more murderously creative than dissolving the brutes in acid or transmogrifying them into chickens. Fortunately, Orcs Must Die! 2 has now been bestowed with Steam Workshop support. Tweak those traps, figure out the most satisfying method of julienning the lumbering oafs, and then share proudly with your friends.
The details are over on Robot Entertainment's website, but the gist of it is that you'll be able to combine the models of pre-existing traps with new textures, stats, upgrade designs, and visual effects. Is your preferred method of orc removal currently unavailable in game? You can probably make it happen now. I've always wondered what it'd be…Read more >
The new Wikia Forum has been introduced to Orcs Must Die! Wiki. From now on, discussing about is lifted to a whole new level! This new version can be found at Special:Forum, the old topics remain archived at Forum:Index.Read more >
Orcs Must Die! Wiki now has a chat channel!
Join today and share tips and tactics, or ask others for help. Want something less volatile? Write a blog about your and experiences.
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The release of is around the corner. With it comes a lot of new content that has to be added to the wiki. Orcs Must Die! Wiki needs you!
- There is a dire need for images such as mob pictures or
overview shots of levels.
- For these screenshots, try to achieve the highest possible resolution and the best quality available. While the Steam screenshot functionality is pretty convenient for this job, it does not offer the best quality pictures. Those images suffer from blurred edges. Using the Print Screen key on your keyboard and editing the picture in the GIMP provides good quality and transparency when saved in PNG-format. Search for spots with the best lighting and crop images in a way only the enemy or trap the screenshot is about is visible.…
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- There is a dire need for images such as mob pictures or overview shots of levels.