Droidhen remains faithful to itself with Lair Defense, releasing an ad-supported but otherwise free game, graphically over than average and, overall, quite well presented and playable. As it couldn't be otherwise you may to pay to boost your furtherance exchanging real money for real in-game gold coins.
Maybe it's true that Lair Defense is yet another Defense game and doesn't bring anything new to the genre beyond the twist of playing with dragons defending dragon eggs against an horde of humans. At first you'll be besieged by peasants and knights to make room for sorceresses, druids, rogues and priests. In addition to your beloved and upgradeable dragons, you have at your disposal a few yet powerful spells to freeze your enemies or send forth a deadly fire rain.
The good thing about developing a defense-like game is that you can learn from mistakes done by previous developers. Options like previewing the next enemy wave or even summoning it before time are gladly welcomed. Game itself is smooth and fast paced in comparison to other defense games more slow where the player has a rather contemplative role. Another interesting feature is that, though you can see at a glance the whole board, you can pinch out to zoom in on wherever the action is happening.
In a nutshell, if you are keen on defense games, this is a great defense game. If you aren't, this a good choice to start with.
by Peter , Appszoom
Jan 16, 2012