The good news: Strategy fans will get their hands on the arcade-inspired RTS action of Anomaly Warzone Earth on April 8 for $10 through services like Steam and GamersGate. You'll lead Earth's forces through the defenses set up by alien invaders, in what Polish developer 11 bit is describing as "reverse tower defense," a taste of which is offered in the gameplay video after the break. Also, we're told the previously announced iOS version is still in the works, though no date has been set.
The bad news: In the five months since Anomaly Warzone Earth was first announced, it still has the same title. Heartbreaking.
Blending fast-paced, explosive action with tactical battlefield command, Anomaly puts players in charge of a military convoy tasked with fighting back against the mysterious alien war machines that have begun to spring up in many of the world's largest cities.