500,000 - 1,000,000 downloads
- Fun and challenging
- Variety of weapons
- Re-investment points system
- Graphics could be improved
Robo Defense will drive you mad trying to keep your enemy's units out of your area. Place towers everywhere to beat them up!
Robo Defense is a Tower Defense-like game, that’s it, that kind of games that you have to avoid your enemies reaching your headquarters by placing towers that will shoot them down. In this case the towers are basically robots. As the game progresses, larger bunch of enemy units will try to reach your place. The only way to avoid them is to place more and more robot towers in front of them.
But how do you do that? By using the points you win for killing each enemy unit. You will have to re-invest those points in buying more robot-towers if you don’t want your enemies to break your defenses. Actually you really need to do that if you want to survive through the different levels and stages. Since enemies are coming from everywhere you will need to use different resources to stop them. There are available different kind of weapons: machine guns, rocket launchers and machine that makes the enemy move slower. Robo Defense could be improved though in some respects: the graphics are not really good, especially regarding the background. If you are not a passionate of this kind of games you will be fed up after a while.
The paid version (4.50$) includes 5 stages and 20 difficulty levels. The free version, that you may find here, offers just 1 stage and 11 difficulty levels, but it’s nice to give a try.
Robo Defense has been developed by Lupis Labs Software, an emerging game developer company which only has launched the free and the paid version of Robo Defense. Thanks to it are being quite successful though.
Robo Defense is one of those games that make your time fly: addictive and challenging. You won’t need to rack you brains to advances through levels, but be fast and take the right decision in your weaponry buying and in the robot placement. It’s 100% worth.
The full version features 5 maps with unlimited upgrades and difficulty levels.
A free version is also available (try it first!).
Free version progress is automatically imported into the full version, should you choose to upgrade.
HTC Desire, San Francisco: Turning off "High Quality Graphics" fixes known issues.
Galaxy S: Turn on "16-bit Backgrounds" to fix studdering performance issues.
Atrix: Disable sound to improve stability
Performance tips: If the game is running sluggishly, try playing fully "zoomed in". Turning off "High Quality Graphics Mode", in the options menu, will also help on some phone models.
- Addressed graphic scaling issues on Motorola Razr and other devices.
- Fixed Achievement popup rendering.
- Increased the maximum vertical scrolling limit to make the placement of towers near the buttons easier.
I have been playing the full version for a while now. No in app purchases offered just a great solid tower game. Would like to see some different towers but altogether a great game
I like this game very much. I just have an issue with the artificial intelligence: the towers target priority is often very suboptimal (e.g. slow enemies are targeted instead of rapid ones). Why not always target the enemy within reach that would exit the
This game is the only thing I've ever forked over real money to buy. It is that good.
Awesome way to pass the time
Really good in variability and freedom to control the map
Whenever you get to a new level they make the same items even more expensive to buy. Fix that and this game would be a5.