Siegebreaker is the penultimate defense game, in which you ought to defend a King from hordes of monsters who were once his serfs. The main character is a narcissistic rock star with too much money to spend on hair dyes.
Although its rebel look, Siegebreaker doesn't break any of the rules of the genre, but compiles the best of each house instead. Characters can be moved by dragging them in order to get the best spots to hit your foes and protect the king, but that's not all: there are some magic tricks to help you against the forces of evil. For example, you can animate a Rolling Stone (what a lame pun, sorry) tapping on it a tilting your device, which is quite a novelty in the defense genre. Dialogues, both enemies' and yours, are entertaining and hilarious enough to deserve the effort of playing a new stage or at least standing a new wave of enemies.
Music is quite interesting, fluttering from epic rock music to Celtic faerie rhymes. Graphics aren't as much, but are effective in their own comic-like style. If there must be a flaw to be highlighted it should be that game can be too slow and, if it wasn't for the aforementioned witty dialogues, it could be boring too fast in comparison to other more fast-paced defense games. Another little catch is that there's no way to quit the game except tapping 'home' button on your device, which leaves Siegebreaker running on background. Great game anyway, absolutely worth of a try though it seems doomed to be uninstalled once you achieve to end the campaign mode.
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by Peter , Appszoom
Jan 16, 2012