i only found this one after playing the sequel, and i recommend playing digfender first like i did since that tutorial is way better and the UI is vastly more intuitive. this one is a great game to play *second* after you understand the concept, and i've reset and played through both games multiple times over the years. both are well worth supporting, and i sure hope a third version comes eventually because no other defense game has appealed to me as much as castlemine and digfender have.
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Exp ratios are fair to players so anything to pay for would be for fun or to make the game easier. No forced ads. Low q graphics but it takes less space on the drive. Highly reccomended that you play their newer game DigFender first because it has a better tutorial. If you cant bete a level just try new patterns until you find one that works.
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This game has been superseded by Dig Fender. Game on it's own is super hard and you can't finish it, normal level is hard and hard level is just not possible. I finished Digfender and I say this, game is too hard. My recommendation is to skip this and just go to Digfender, don't waste time for this game.
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