Sunday, May 27, 2007

Game Review #1: Desktop Tower Defense

Desktop Tower Defense

Average Rating (as of May 27, 2007): 4.58
By: preecep

: A live action puzzle game written for fun in flash. You have to stop your enemies, or “creeps,” from traveling all the way across the screen. Tower pieces can be purchased and placed on the map to kill the creeps before they make it across.

My Review:

This game is simply, well amazing. It has three basic regular game modes, where you set up your defenses and battle the creeps coming along at you. The game is quite simple to play, you choose a tower place it on the gridilike map, and let it shoot things. All you have to worry about is the best layout against the "creeps" and when to upgrade your turrets and manage your money.

There are also 9 Challenge modes, and 4 fun modes, which allows you to master the game after you've already perfected the regular mode.

The look and feel of the game is adequate for its type of game. There is little to no detail in anything on the map, its mostly just a bunch of circles and squares. Although the way they are put together works.

The sound can sometimes get irritating which is why mute is wonderful.

The game certainly is top of the line in content. The game is addicting as long as when you are new you don't fall short to the mediocre skill curve.

Game Awards:

Winner of the Kongregate April contest
Winner of the Kongregate April 12th week contest

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