It's a great game which doesn't consume too much memory and battery. Very simple but smooth graphics. Even though towers don' change their appearance as you upgrade them they look fine. Sometimes i just fall asleep while playing though. I just hope they let us know what kind of enemies are appearing next so we could prepare our defenses, or do we have that feature i do not know. But overall it's so good to have an offline and simplistic TD game that would really consume lots of your time to unlock everything without feeling that anything is too expensive.
It won't save effectively, i use to play on NOX and in my mobile, sometimes it works sometimes it doesn't, also i did purchase 25k cash through mobile payment, and it didn't get saved to google sync... 25k cash gone... wish will get this fix, growing to like this game also i do have problem sometimes regarding touch sensitivity on mobile...
The game definitely deserves no less than 5 stars, you can see how much effort and commitment was put in just based off the skill tree, which is more complex than most fully-funded modern games's skill trees. I see no bugs, however, the game is pretty difficult and long, and fully upgrading towers that aren't Basic are insanely expensive. My suggestion, more money from enemies in higher waves, all you get is 11 from normal enemies all the time. That brings up something else, nothing but normal enemies for more than half the waves, gotta be mixed up a bit more. Keep in mind, I've made it to wave 93, tops, and these criticisms are based off of what is before that, so if it changes later on, ignore the ones that don't apply to the whole game. But very good job anyway. The graphics are simple, but I think it's better that way for identifying different towers. Overall an awesome game, but don't be afraid of improvements. Thanks for reading. ;)
tl;dr - for old school fans of the genre, this is the best tower defense game on Android by a long shot. Pros: - upgrade tree that persists between maps - passive tower bonuses as they gain xp - 10 levels of in-map tower upgrades - fairly large variety of towers - clean UI - simple but solid graphics; TD games are about mechanics, not cartoony goblins - easily exit to home screen with progress saved - no gameplay or features are time/energy gated, play as much as you want - no crazy/questionable app permissions required Things that might be nice to have added: - mechanic for manual intervention (e.g. ability to build a 'capacitor' tower that can be manually activated to zap enemies) - individual tower damage stats while in a map - multiple upgrade paths for towers A big thank you to the developer(s) for such a refreshingly enjoyable TD experience!
A great Tower Defense game! Old-school 'Geometry Wars'ish graphics, personally a little too stripped down for me (would have liked some change of appearance as towers were upgraded, & possibly a different unobtrusive background image for each level). That said, the graphics are clean, & the entire production feels well polished. I personally prefer TD games where I make the enemy's path with my tower placement; however, the map creator feature mostly satiates that, & is a very awesome & original addition, especially the use of the tiles, & how you have to earn said tiles through playing. Also, in my opinion, the only TD games worth playing have either a large number of unlockable towers, or a large number of unlockable persistent upgrades, & this has the latter in spade's (& on the main menu, having the pattern of the upgrade tree that lights up as you unlock upgrades is a fantastic touch). The main improvement I'd like to see is a better explanation of said persistent upgrades: when you upgrade a tower's damage, is that a flat upgrade added on top of whatever that tower's damage is, or does it change based on the in-game leveling up of said tower's damage? What about all the other attributed upgrades (range, fire rate, etc.)? Also, the info screen for the map editor mentions selling tiles, but not 'scrapping' them or upgrading them. Overall, fantastic game, & I have ludicrously high standards for TD games, having literally tried hundreds, but have quickly installed all but about eight to ten. *Edited this review to make it more concise, but the opposite happened. Sorry for my severe summarizing impairment.
The best TD. Persistent upgrades, deep strategy, custom map maker, no play limits, great ui and ux design.
- Bug fixes and small improvements
- New enemy
- New levels
- Tile upgrade menu and few more changes in the Map Editor
Defend your kingdom against the hordes of evil in this epic action defense game!
Alien Creeps TD: fight aliens in the most action packed tower defense game!