Slice them, burn them, skewer them, and launch them - no matter how you get it done, orcs must die in this fantasy action-strategy game from Robot Entertainment.
As a powerful War Mage with dozens of weapons, spells, and traps at your fingertips, defend twenty-four fortresses from multiple enemy types, including ogres, hellbats, and of course, a bunch of orcs. Battle across three difficulty levels, including brutal Nightmare mode!
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