Excellent and consistent vintage sci-fi aesthetic.
Cool idea for the tower defense genre.
Wonderfully evokes the scifi films of the 1950s.
Ability to manipulate orbital rings keeps you occupied throughout levels.
Very difficult and poorly paced.
Inconsistent information for units.
A bit short.
Lack of multiplayer feels like a missed opportunity.
By Realm of Gaming on March 08, 2012
PCIf nothing else, Futuremark definitely knows how to create games with style. Primarily a company that makes benchmarking programs it proved with its first game release, Shattered Horizon, that it definitely knows how to apply the graphics technology...70
By eTeknix on March 03, 2012
wpcol_1half id="" class="" style=""]This week we have another entry to the Tower Defence Genre, which in it's self is full of a lot of great titles, from the recent Dungeon Defenders, to various flash games, facebook games and mods for Warcraft,...-
By Techgage on February 03, 2012
ERROR: Keyboard not compatible with the following article. Typewriter not found. Courier font substitution enabled. It's 1950-something, Humans in their industrious and explorative nature have colonies dotted all over the galaxy. We are bristling in...-
By Gaming Nexus on February 02, 2012
It isn’t very often that someone brings something new to the tower defense genre. The basic formula for the genre is extremely simple, and messing with it too much serves as more of a detriment than a benefit. That is exactly the approach that...92
By Neoseeker on January 25, 2012
You may remember Futuremark from their first game Shattered Horizon, a multiplayer shooter. Their second is Unstoppable Gorg, a tower defense budget game for PC and Mac (and soon, iPad and Xbox LIVE) with a delightful 50's theme. While they are...80
By GameSpy on January 24, 2012
Unstoppable Gorg has been out for about a week, and if you've been playing or reading about it, you may be aware of its stylish vintage sci-fi aesthetic and its high level of difficulty, even on the default Moderate setting. Yes, Gorg is hard, but...40
By IGN Gear on January 24, 2012
The idea of rotating orbits and fantastic aesthetics make Unstoppable Gorg feel striking and unique to start, but the rest of the game doesn’t live up to that great first impression. The levels don’t switch up the gameplay enough to make...65
By Strategy Informer on January 21, 2012
Did you know that PopCap’s phenomenal tower defence title Plants Vs Zombies was originally going to be titled ‘Lawn of the Dead’? A swift no-no from the Romero estate curtailed that, but I have to wonder if the game would’ve been...70
By Destructoid on January 20, 2012
In a distant world of tomorrow from decades past, a TERROR has emerged from the far reaches of the solar system. It is THEM! The unspeakable, unimaginable, horrifying GORG! They came from far away on Planet X, but soon they will be closer than you...80
By GameSpot on January 20, 2012
In the 1950s, alien-invasion paranoia reached a fever pitch. Films like the 1953 version of War of the Worlds and 1956's Earth vs. the Flying Saucers pitted humankind against seemingly unstoppable alien onslaughts. The new tower defense game...75