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  • Summary: Join the Jelly forces now and lead them to glory in this uneven and fierce fight against the invaders! Use your tactical skills and wisdom to tip the scales of victory in your favor in order to save the Diploglobe and the Jelly nation from the agressors! That's right, you are their only hope - the one they call the liberator, the true leader, the Jelly savior! You are the hero they deserve! Just look at these poor little creatures. They trust you, they believe in you, they rely on you. Can you refuse those big faithfull eyes (or eye)? You're really their only hope!Get Jelly Defense now and lose yourself in an amazing, unique and beautiful world! Build powerful towers and lead your army to battle against fantastic and demanding enemies! The most magic, addicting and surreal adventure awaits you! Jump in and become the ultimate Jelly legend!Jelly Defense, mmm... Expand
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  1. Sep 30, 2011
    Infinite Dreams has created a fun and intuitive iPhone and iPad app through its attention to the right mix of details-great graphics, precise control, and cool game atmosphere. A
  2. Sep 30, 2011
    Featuring color-based combat, terrific graphics, and a polished presentation, Jelly Defense is a great introduction to the genre for newbies and a challenging offering for longtime fans, too.
  3. Mar 13, 2012
    Cleverly balanced, addictive and very nice looking basic tower defence game. [March 2012]
  4. Oct 28, 2011
    Jelly defense could be considered a classic Tower Defense, although there are a few original elements. Fans of the genre should check it out.
  5. Oct 3, 2011
    Depending on how you feel about the tower defense genre, you should be able to find room for Jell-O.
  6. Oct 9, 2011
    It is not the best in the genre, but still worth getting for the cool world of jelly that the developer, Infinite Dreams, has created.
  7. Oct 4, 2011
    While Jelly Defense is pretty formulaic, it is fun for a time, until the difficulty level ramps up and players step away out of frustration. It's unfortunate as early levels are quite fun but trial and error does not make a great game, it just annoys.

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