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Home » Apps with tag 'tower defense'

geoDefense Swarm Review

geoDefense Swarm Review

Much like its predecessor, geoDefense Swarm by Critical Thought Games is not an easy game to master, but manages to remain a fun and visually exciting game that deserves its place amongst the best in the considerably well filled tower defense genre. The addition of open field tower defense gameplay required some changes from the original geoDefense and what was once a fairly free-form placement of towers is now locked in to a hexagonal grid. Placement is fairly easy with a cross-hair…

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ZoMbiE ciTy - ePIsoDe 2.1: HaLLowEEn in PANIC! Review

Review Retarded Arts By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 8 months ago
ZoMbiE ciTy - ePIsoDe 2.1: HaLLowEEn in PANIC! Review

Zombie City is a tower defence type shooter where players must defend their base from waves of zombie attacks. You also earn cash by killing zombies, allowing you to repair your base walls, buy grenades or buy new weapons. The controls are simple. Flick the screen in the opposite direction you want to shoot. This makes some sense since your first and major weapon in the game is a bow and arrow. However, this means that you are constantly flicking and after a while can get quite tireso…

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Cartoon Wars Review

Review BLUE By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 8 months ago
Cartoon Wars Review

Cartoon Wars is a tower defence game that has players not only defending their own tower, but creating troops in order to destroy the tower opposite you. You constantly upgrade your units and tower in order to survive and defeat the oncoming forces. You control unit production by tapping the unit boxes at the bottom of the screen. More units will become available to use once you purchase them from the upgrades menu. You also control a crossbow at the top of your tower, which is aimed…

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TriDefense Review

Review Kalio Ltda. By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 9 months ago
TriDefense Review

Tower and castle defense is a genre that continues to explode on the iPhone thanks to its intuitive touch interface, so there's little room for any new games that bring nothing exciting or new to the genre. TriDefense by Kalio fails to be an outstanding product amongst others available on iTunes, but does bring a mechanic that may tip fans of the genre over. TriDefense has learned well from its predecessors and has implemented a fairly fool-proof system of dropping, finalising and upg…

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Medieval Review

Review Brisk Mobile Inc By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 9 months ago
Medieval Review

Medieval is yet another bow and arrow tower defence game for the iPhone. Players must either capture the enemy flag or destroy the enemy castle to secure a glorious victory. You’ll earn gold by slaying enemy troops, which you can use to purchase upgrades and train your own units. Players shoot their bow by tapping on it and dragging their finger back as if to pull the bow string. Or an auto-fire control scheme can be selected from the options menu, where players tap the area the…

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StickWars Review

Review John E. Hartzog By Dave Flodine, 4 years, 9 months ago
StickWars Review

It's always good to see independent developers creating games for the iPhone. StickWars is the effort of John E Hartzog and is a tower defense game involving stick figures. You have a wall which you can repair and fortify with more health. Little stick figures with weapons keep sieging this wall, and it's your job to dispose of them. Control works very well. To remove the stick figures, you simply use your finger to flick them up into the air, allowing gravity to take its course on th…

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Fieldrunners Review

Review Subatomic Studios, LLC By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 9 months ago
Fieldrunners Review

Fieldrunners is a tower defence game with a difference. Your goal is to place defence towers along a battlefield in order to stop the various enemies as they advance towards your base of operations. However, the way in which you place towers and plan your defence is completely up to you. The controls are incredibly simple. Select a tower of your choice and drag it onto the battlefield. You can also block your enemy’s path, forcing them to go around your towers. This is where fie…

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geoDefense Review

Review Critical Thought Games By Myles McKinnon, 4 years, 9 months ago
geoDefense Review

Geo-Defense is a game that certainly tests your tower defense skills.  Having to strategically place blasters, laser cannons and other weapons to prevent hoards of creeps destroying your headquarters. The menu is easy to navigate making all the options for this game readily available. The in game controls allow you to do anything you have to quickly and efficiently. After advancing to some higher levels, this reviewer was definitely thankful for this. You can buy, upgrade, or sel…

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The Wars Review

Review Clickgamer.com By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 9 months ago
The Wars Review

The Wars is a strategy game where players must advance from the Stone Age through to the Space Age in order to attack and destroy the enemy base opposite you. You produce units to attack and fortify your base to defend against enemy troops while earning cash and slowly progressing to the next technology age. The game is controlled by tapping the screen to produce units, upgrade towers and make other choices. The units will march towards the enemy base on their own, so all you need to…

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Sentinel 2: Earth Defense Review

Review Origin8 By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 9 months ago
Sentinel 2: Earth Defense Review

Sentinel 2 is a tower defence game in which players must stop a large alien force from taking over the planet Earth. Like most tower defence games, players must build and upgrade various attack towers in order to kill off the advancing enemy forces. Like most tower defence games, the controls are pretty straightforward. Players control their tower placement by selecting the type of tower they want to place and drag it onto the map. You can also unleash other powerful attacks, but only…

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Knights Onrush Review

Review Chillingo Ltd By Dave Flodine, 4 years, 9 months ago
Knights Onrush Review

Tower defense games have become a popular genre in the last few years. What happens when you combine one with touch controls? You get Knights Onrush. You have a castle. Waves of enemies attack it. Using your finger and defenses you can purchase and upgrade, how long can you hold out? The difference between this and other tower defense games though is that as the player, you get involved as well. Defending your castle is as easy as lifting a finger. The main control is flicking the onc…

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The Creeps! Review

The Creeps! Review

The Creeps! is a tower defence game where you must protect a scared little boy from the waves of creeps coming out of his closet. You must set up various attack towers in order to stop the creeps and can upgrade them to fight off the stronger boss enemies. Players control tower positions by tapping on an open space and then selecting which tower to place. Once placed towers will attack enemies once they are in range, or players can select enemies or other objects to manually target th…

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