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    Published: 2013-01-29, by Peter Warrior.

    A tower defense game based on the film by the same name

    5
    • Clean, nice user interface
    • Fun texts and cutscenes
    • It can be too repetitive too fast
    • It'd be great to have more characters and stuff

    "Why do men act like boys? Because they can"

    If you missed Old School back in 2003, it was about a family man who caught his wife on bed with several people (that scene was hilarious) and decided to gather his former college friends, raise a fraternity and enjoy college life without any responsibilities (namely, study).

    Game's focused on dean's wild attempts to crash your parties. Place your fraternity mates on strategic positions to fend off enemies from stealing your precious keg of beer. Anyway, if you lose all the beer the party (therefore the game) will be over. In short, it's a classical tower defense game in which instead of magical or artillery towers we have on our side kind pledges (initiates, to those who aren't used to US College slang) with comical weapons as ping pong guns and . Party crashers will be made up by luv and piss hippies, nerds wearing coke-bottle glasses and other outdated cliches typical of any teen movie. A feature that couldn't fail to be is screen wiping magic: there'll be streakers and snatchers at your disposal. You can also place recycle bins to earn some additional cents. Game's quite a joker but not uncouth, though we'd like there were far more animations, stages and characters.

    Later in the game, stages become open fields where you can change crashers' path course by placing your chips here or there in order to make their way longer. Although there are only thirty about stages, there's a non-ending survival mode for your convenience. If we should point out some flaw, they'd be that there actually few chicks invited to the party and it'd be easy to make a level editor o additional game modes.

    In short, a good fun defense game, far from over-used topics as dragons and World Wars, perfectly suited for newcomers to the genre or accomplished tower defense gamers who are looking for something different but alike.

    Tags: old school defense , old school zoom rope game

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    by Peter , Appszoom

    Jan 29, 2013

    Users review

    from 17 reviews

    "Great"

    8.2

    Users comments

    Carlos A. Pinto Jr.

    by Carlos A. Pinto Jr.

    Oct 28, 2014  |  "Awesome"

    Awesome game.

    Linh Dang

    by Linh Dang

    Jan 26, 2013  |  "Awesome"

    Love this game, both on my tf101 and the gk802 tv-stick. There should be more hilarious games like this.

    Max Schubmann

    by Max Schubmann

    Jan 26, 2013  |  "Poor"

    Game is not playable on the nexus 10. The menu is too small and centered with plenty of place left and right. When starting the campaign the app just crashes after some loading.

    Jim Greco

    by Jim Greco

    Jan 24, 2013  |  "Great"

    Decent tower defense game, not perfect but its definitely entertaining for the $1. Hoping to see future updates to make this game even better.

    Daniel Cameron

    by Daniel Cameron

    Jan 24, 2013  |  "Awesome"

    Pointless movie licensed for barely related game, still fun

    Oleh Nykolyak

    by Oleh Nykolyak

    Jan 23, 2013  |  "Awesome"

    Just read the news from flipboard absolutely amazing game could not wait anythingvelsevfrom burn the rope developers Bought ccontinue with updates pls