Halfaway of tower defense and Dragon Hunter, Defender's about a young archer who has to protect an entire castle of overwhelming hordes of monsters.
Luckily, you have a quiver with an inexhaustible amount of arrows and you learnt some spells somewhere, so you can cast wonderfulish magic upon your endless enemies. In the end, Defender is a survival game: the more you stand, more points you get. Between waves you can -must, in fact- upgrade your skills and your castle. There's an achievement gallery called 'honor'. Have in mind that every wave lasts for about two minutes, so this game can be a perfect time waster for short train trips or even for annoying programme breaks.
Every time you tap on the screen, arrows will be shot. To shot a continuous burst of shots you can slide your finger. If you want to cast a spell, just drag its icon to the battle field. In other words, an easy to play game that gets more difficult as you improve your character. Nice graphics, functional sound, adequate music and well measured gameplay. Fun for a while, if only for the urge to see what monster comes next. Bosses are a great addition, showing up every ten levels. DroidHen games have that thing, their average quality is above standards. Defender mayn't be their best game so far anyway, give it a go, you won't regret.
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by Peter , Appszoom
Nov 15, 2011