Play The Only ‘Credit-Crunch-Satire-Musical-Tower-Defense-Game-With-Wu-Tang-References’ On Your Mac

Bad Hotel Mac

In case you’re not from around here, you should know that I’m a huge fan of Scottish game developer Lucky Frame, what with their weird, wonderful visual and musical sensibilities that result in games like Pugs Luv Beats and Gentlemen!, a Victorian-themed Joust-like game.

They’ve just announced that one of their most award-winning games, Bad Hotel, is coming to the Mac and I, for one, couldn’t be more excited.

Play The Only ‘Credit-Crunch-Satire-Musical-Tower-Defense-Game-With-Wu-Tang-References’ On Your Mac

As mentioned in the title, this is one unique game. It’s ostensibly a tower defense game, in which you’ll need to build your hotel given the limited resources provided and try and prevent all the seagulls, rats, yetis, and other bad guys from destroying it. It’s both a game and a music toy, with lots of bullets and fantastic artwork. The music is generated from the way you build your hotel, and the weapons you choose along with where you place them will determine your victory or defeat.

The iOS version of Bad Hotel was released last August, and the Mac version is available on Steam today, the 16th of October for $4.99.

It’s also available in an updated, iPhone 5 optimized iOS version, right here.

What are you waiting for?

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Rob LeFebvreRob LeFebvre is an Anchorage, Alaska-based writer and editor who has contributed to various tech, gaming and iOS sites, including 148Apps, Creative Screenwriting, Shelf-Awareness, VentureBeat, and Paste Magazine. Feel free to find Rob on Twitter @roblef, and send him a cookie once in a while; he'll really appreciate it.

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