Beware the cellist.

Beware.

CELLOS ARE DANGEROUS.

If you're playing Cello Fortress, don't say I didn't warn you. The new game pits one controller-holding player against a cellist. It's something of a tower defense game, with the player controlling the attacking tanks, and the cellist controlling the base defenses.

Fast notes activate flame throwers. High notes? Machine guns. Low notes trigger mines. And as the attacks get more intricate, the music gets crazier.

Cello Fortress is the brainchild of Joost Van Dongen, the man responsible for Proun and whose studio, Ronimo Games, made Awesomenauts and De Blob.

Nice. If they make a saxophone version of this, I will take all comers.

(Via Jorge Albor)