Generally favorable reviews- based on 35 Ratings
Jan 12, 2013The first part of the game was great, second is just excelent, everything is done better, more towers more enemies more fun!!. Now there isThe first part of the game was great, second is just excelent, everything is done better, more towers more enemies more fun!!. Now there is nothing to do but wait for the Android version, if you like Tower Defense this is a mandatory purchase for you . Hope you will enjoy it as much as i do !!!… Full Review »
Jan 28, 2013This game is fun at first but goes from being fun to being absurdly hard. The AI for the towers is absolutely deplorable. After completing theThis game is fun at first but goes from being fun to being absurdly hard. The AI for the towers is absolutely deplorable. After completing the first round of maps users must play old maps over to unlock more coins to unlock more powerful towers to get the job done. If I wanted to replay the same old stuff over and over and over and over again, I could play world of warcraft. It's hardly worth the $.99 for the mobile versions and completely ridiculously priced on the PC at a whopping $10 US. There are better tower defense games out there that won't frustrate you to the point of wanting to punch a puppy.… Full Review »
Jan 26, 2013I'm a huge fan of tower defense games and decided to pick this up on Steam. I hadn't played the first one.
It's a very polished game withI'm a huge fan of tower defense games and decided to pick this up on Steam. I hadn't played the first one.
It's a very polished game with high production values. The initial progression of unlocking towers is pretty fun, and the variety of map types is nice. The game isn't very balanced, though, so there isn't much strategy once you figure out the one way you can keep winning. Many of the towers are useless, and you'll find yourself sticking to a select few regardless of the game type or map layout. It takes ages to get enough coin to unlock additional towers, and by the time you've played enough to buy a couple of them there isn't much motivation to keep playing to get the rest.
It's missing features that would provide depth that are present in many other TD games - targeting priority, for instance. You can't tell your towers to focus on certain types of targets (usually - first, last, strongest are options) so you have to sit there hoping your better towers don't waste time shooting infantry when a strong helicopter is flying past them to the exit.
It also feels like it's trying way too hard to have personality in the loading screen messages when that doesn't carry over into the game at all.
I don't regret buying it (I ended up spending 20 hours on it before getting tired of it, and at $10 that isn't that bad) but I feel like it could have been much more.… Full Review »