Your heroes evolve through spending upgrade points. This way, a warrior can become a knight and a witch a sorceress. Foes also have different levels, abilities and roles and in addition there are five final world bosses. Game's thrilling since the very first stage, and even pauses are enjoyable because we're granted a nice pic and stats of our "tower". By the way, towers can be upgraded in field, but there's a shop between stages to assign them new skills to increase damage, speed or decrease invocation cost. Likewise, heroes have their own skill tree to play with.
Pay attention not only to the awesome artwork, but also to the great soundtrack and the bunch of little details here and there, as the great and smooth come-in info pop-ups or the surprisingly intuitive user interface both in game and in menus. You can also tap on an enemy to give preference to attack him and tap on items to attempt to destroy them -thus looting what's in- while your towers isn't fighting monster. Game's free of ads and there are around one hundred levels of progressive difficulty, divided into five worlds. There's also a quite good level of replayability proofed by different difficulty levels and game modes. In case you're afraid by in-app purchases, game can be played for hours before even thinking about spending real money instead of gold coins and gems.
Fantasy Defense is something more than an awesome defense game, it's also a welcome fresh breeze to a genre that quickly had bogged down. Perhaps there isn't anything completely original, but it has the best from each house. Recommended for newcomers to defense games and hardened players.
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by Peter , Appszoom
Jun 07, 2012