One Tower Review

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One Tower is a fast-paced head-to-head MOBA, developed and published by SkyReacher Entertainment back in 2016. This game might have nothing more to offer than 1 on 1 battles, however, it’s a good way to test your skill against friends.

One Tower’s concept is one that is much needed in the industry. You get a one lane map where you and your opponent will fight against. You decide if you want caster or melee minions to be spawned and start brawling. Of course there are traps, neutral monster camps and health packs to be triggered at any time.

Graphics are clearly cartoony but not in a “exactrly what we pictured” kind of way but more like, that’s all the graphic design we could provide. However, we could walk past through it if its gameplay was stellar. What happens to gameplay though?

Gameplay in One Tower is cool in concept but, poor in execution. Controls are clunky, moving the character around and making him do skills require some strain since the movement is not smooth and overall it causes the game to be overlooked.

Many have given One Tower slack since it’s in Early Access but, it’s stuck there for more than 1 and a half years. As we see it the developers won’t update and release it after all so what you can do is use this game as a means of challenging your friends.

One Tower is a fair game to try out but it won’t manage to excite you since it doesn’t offer any top notch modes or a huge cast of heroes. This might have been a great title if it was moved over to mobile devices, for now though its mixed reviews on Steam dim its future.

Minimum System Requirements

Operating System: Windows 7 64bit
Processor: Inter Core i3 4170
Memory (RAM): 2GB
Hard Disk Space: 5GB
Graphics Card: GeForce 460 1GB/ AMD HD 6850 1GB


  • Friendly Match Perfect
  • Variety of Characters
  • Low Requirements


  • Low Playerbase
  • Slow Paced
  • No tutorial
  • Poor Animation


Katerina is currently a student in National Technical University of Athens as a Surveying Engineer. She was a gamer from early on, spending most days on Atari and NEO GEO emulators on her parents PC, furiously seeking her next favorite videogame. She truly realised her love for videogames when she became an adult though and from that moment on she wanted to make it her carreer by any means necessary. After having spent a few years in videogame journalism she came to believe that one day she will be the most famous videogame reviewer in existence.
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