Worms Forts: Under Siege
The friendly worms attack again. This time besieging fortresses!
Notes: The developer of Attack on Titan Tribute Game is no longer providing support for the program. Although you can still download it, we can't guarantee that it will function correctly, and once the trial period has ended, you won't be able to purchase the full version.
The game is an action-adventure title based on the popular anime and manga franchise. The player is able to step into the shoes of the anime's protagonists and do battle against all manner of colossal Titans.
Yes, Attack On Titan Tribute Game is completely free to play: it has no purchase price, and no hidden costs needed to get at the extras. The creators made it as a labour of love, and any users will be able to jump on board without spending anything.
Attack On Titan Tribute Game is a browser game, and is designed to be played without downloading or installing any files. As is generally the case with browser games, it is best suited to quick casual play, and is ideal for players who simply want to pass the time rather than join an immersive experience.
The playable characters include fan-favourites from the show such as Eren, Levi and Mikasa, rendered in a cute, chibi style. The player's opponents are the Titans, who come in a range of varieties including Jumpers and Crawlers. It is also possible for a player to control a Titan. The game's combat system, focused on bringing down Titans using cables, is based on the anime's fight scenes.
No. The game is a fan-made project, created without the involvement of Kodansha Comics, the publisher that owns the rights to the Attack on Titan manga series.
Yes. Using mods, it is possible for the user to create their own maps, and to download and play maps made by other users. In addition, the game includes the option for the player to customise their own character, from physical appearance down to stats, rather than use any of the existing characters from the anime.
Yes, the game has both solo and multiplayer modes. Using the latter, it is possible for multiple players to join forces and do battle against the Titans; or, alternatively, one player can take control of a Titan while the others control the human protagonists.
Although it retains the somewhat macabre imagery of the anime, with grotesque-looking Titans, the game also makes use of a cuter style that softens the imagery: the effect is humorous rather than gruesome. Younger children should be generally comfortable with it.
Yes, the game is the subject of a dedicated online community who share gameplay tactics, strategies, customised maps and more information about the game. This community overlaps with the anime and manga fandom. The official website includes a full forum.
Although made by fans of the series, the game divides opinions amongst the anime's wider fan base. Some fans see it is a fitting tribute, others find it a disappointment and would like to see a more sophisticated title. This is to be expected from fan-made games.