Towers & Trolls isn't fated to change the genre, but to hone it instead. It brings all the proper elements of any defense-like game: a pretty amount of towers and monsters (some of them unseen before as the jelly monster), nice 3Dish graphics, a rock soundtrack, quite a few maps and an intense gameplay in which you have not to wait but a few seconds to meet your enemies right at your door.
In short, Towers & Trolls is indeed a very good defense game, suited for every defense gamer or even for those who want to get themselves into the genre. We'd like it were more superlative, this means, with more and bigger monsters, more towers and combos between them. Nine worlds is a wonderfully long time playing, though it may become repetitive at some time and replayability is quite limited. We understand that these flaws are inherent to defense games, but this was a good chance to put it right.
Anyway, no matter how you look at it, it may not be original, but it's absolutely recommendable.
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by Peter , Appszoom
May 22, 2012