Sieger: Rebuilt to Destroy
You know that old saying, "What gets built up, must be smashed down again with a series of projectiles designed to inflict as much carnage as possible"? That's what WarSpark's physics puzzle series Sieger is all about, and with Sieger: Rebuilt to Destroy, you're taking the destruction to ancient history as you lay waste to 32 castles from the past 2500 years. In each level, just click to lob one of your limited projectiles where your mouse is pointing... try to hit structural points that will make the castle collapse with fewer shots, and take out all the enemy soldiers, who are pretty content to stand around placidly while you lob cannonballs at their wobbly structures. Sieger as a series has been around for above five years now, proving that people love a good violent castle toppling, and with each level using different building materials so every shot counts, you'll need to think instead of just blasting away willy-nilly. Sieger: Rebuilt to Destroy doesn't really reinvent the wheel it's been riding around on, but it serves up all the destructive carnage fans have come to expect, with a level editor to boot.