Really great game, just short Everything about this game is pretty superb minus a few bugs. The real major limiter is the game is short and when you want to replay from a higher difficulty you have to start all over! If I could build off my first play in terms of tech and resources then replay the same galaxy minus the tratorial this game would be HUGELY improved.
this game is neat but unbalance d best strategy n has real potential. d game is too short though... with d simple level design i would expect an almost endless quest but i easily defeat d hard difficulty... unbalanced; too expensive upgrades! it doesnt make sense to spend 2.1milion on towers upgrades when i can hardly aquire 100k coz levels are too short?! SOLUTION: make upgrades permanent or carried on nxt level so it make sense to aquire expensive upgrades and not spend resources on same upgrades again n again.
Love it! Mostly anyway.... I don't or haven't commented on many games but I felt this one deserved it. I have spent numerous hours playing this and can say that I am slightly addicted to it. That said, there are are few things that need to be addressed. It's an easy enough game, if you're interested in just charging through. But if you want to colonize planets and develop resources, this game can be a little irritating. If you build up a large enough fleet to protect your planet, five minutes later you fleet is killing the bad guy and the level is over. Each system needs to be larger, to give you a chance to develop yourself there. Additionally, it becomes apparent 3/4 of the way through, that resource mining doesn't do much for you. You simply cannot get enough resources to make it worth your while, you're better off engaging the enemy and collecting the debris. This is disappointing to me. I love to mine! Also, the level up tool is cool, but it's pointless to go beyond level 3 or 4. It simply costs far to much to do this as your resources carry forward, but your upgrades do not. I would suggest making upgrades expensive off the bat, but allow them to carry forward.
No as fully functional as imagined Not quite the rts game i expected but good for a lot people im sure. If you want an rts game like command and conquer etc this probably isnt for you. Everything ran fine though no glitches on an S3 mini.
Fun but short. I thoroughly enjoyed the game but it proved to be rather short and was expecting at least a couple of galaxies and more depth. A plotline would also be nice, a story as to why the setting is what it is and why you are even playing the game. Also the mechanics of actually scrolling through a solar system is very slow and can cause you to send a fleet to the wrong destination. Over all 4 solid stars because it was very fun and pretty unique as mobile games go. Thanks!
Good game but lacking in some area. The game is great! Not only is is strategic it actually gives you choices and risks. Downside: To linear, missions are all the same. Build start planet, expand, fight. There are multiple ways to go about it but at the same time it is still too simple. Lack of data on buildings. Lets take the outpost. It makes upgrades cheaper (massively) and ship building faster, but yet it seems to not stack (good idea or the balance would be CRAZY) very well and after a time the buff fades. . . Still a great game.
- active pause button added ( attack enemies in slow - motion! )
- enemies spawn balanced ( lowered difficulty )
Element Defense is a tower defense game with an elemental setting.
Defend our planet from asteroids and aliens in this great tower defense game.