arrow drop search cross

Rock of Ages 3: Make & Break Review

Aug 14, 2020

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: a boulder rolls into a barn… and a house… and through some massive stone walls, and all the way into a castle and makes a tiny person go squish. If this sounds remotely familiar to you, then you’ve probably played Rock of Ages and/or Rock of Ages 2. They’re fun games! When the first one debuted back in 2011, it was a fairly novel spin on the tower defense (and offense) genre, and it made its mark with a unique sense of humor and presentation that felt like a breath of fresh air. Now, nine years and two sequels later, even though there’s still fun to be had in rolling giant boulders down obstacle courses, the formula is feeling less original and more in need of evolution.