Unfortunately, the problems that the self-implemented limitations add are extremely problematic and make this a title that is very difficult to recommend to anyone due to the long downtimes in-between when the player is allowed to do something without being hit by a kill-screen for building their tower a bit too high.
Within the tower defence style, this game falls below expectations as far as contents are concerned and it even gives the impression that it was not fully completed by the time of release. Its interface is far from intuitive, its elements lack variety and it can be surprisingly difficult in many instances.
The tragedy is that Crystalline Green had an idea for a game that could have been so much more, but they couldn’t be bothered. You deserve a medal for reading all of this because you won’t feel any sense of reward playing Totem Topple.
SummaryA New Kind of Vertical Tower Defense
Build your totem pole up into the sky and stars beyond in a fresh twist on the tower defence genre! Wolves, Bears, Deer and more - Stack different totem heads on your tower, each with their own strengths and weaknesses. Add protective wings and arrow firing bird beaks to fend off the demon spirits ...