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GOG is currently giving away free copies of X-Morph: Defense Complete Edition, a sci-fi strategy title created by Polish developer and publisher EXOR Studios.

EXOR Studios happens to be the same studio behind one of the year’s most notable indie strategy games, The Riftbreaker, but unlike that title, which centers around mechs, X-Morph: Defense plants players into the role of an alien species that sets its sights on Earth for its rich resources. The game will be available to claim from GOG until 12/29 at 9:00 a.m. (EST).

“Unique fusion of a top-down shooter and tower defense strategy,” a game description reads. “You are the invader! Use destructive weapons or lead your enemies into a maze of towers. Strategize in the build mode by carefully selecting various types of alien towers or throw yourself right into the heat of the battle.”

With this being the complete edition of the game, GOG’s X-Morph gift includes not only three DLC packages (European Assault, Survival of the Fittest, Last Bastion) but also avatars, wallpapers, and a soundtrack. The latter comprises 21 tracks, which are listed below.

X-Morph: Defense Soundtrack Track List

01 Asterion (Boss theme) (2:58)
02 Chaos Theory (Boss theme) (2:17)
03 Chop This (Boss theme) (2:58)
04 Damn You Incy Wincy (Boss theme) (3:19)
05 The First One (0:50)
06 Nest in the Dome (intermission theme) (2:25)
07 Raise From The Ashes (main menu theme) (2:56)
08 Ancient Dust (2:59)
09 Destruction Begins (3:05)
10 Disassembly of Tokio (3:03)
11 Diving Into Madness (3:24)
12 Dark Hour (2:31)
13 Deadly Old Machine (3:12)
14 Extinction (3:12)
15 Forget It (2:36)
16 Look Out (2:32)
17 No Time To Argue (2:51)
18 Intrusion Level One (3:04)
19 Maze Of Death (2:57)
20 New Life Of Elizabeth River (3:03)
21 The Island of Oahu Pearl Harbour (3:12)

Strategy gamers who enjoy X-Morph: Defense and want to check out EXOR Studios’ latest effort can pick up The Riftbreaker for $23.99 as part of GOG’s Winter Sale, which runs until January 5, 2022. It normally retails for $29.99.

Source: GOG

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