by: Stephen Lebed • 2
If you loved the arcade game Missile Command, then I hope you'll like THAAD.
THAAD stands for Terminal High Altitude Area Defense. You must protect your base from waves of enemy missiles dropping from the sky. Tap the screen where you want your missiles to go, but be careful. The enemy missiles are dropping fast so you must anticipate where they will be when your missile reaches them. You have a limited supply of missiles at your command so use them wisely. Luckily a well placed missile exploding in the path of an incoming missile with cause a chain reaction. Try to clear each level with as few of your missiles as possible.
There are two game modes ARCADE and SURVIVAL.
In Arcade mode, try to survive as many waves of enemy missiles as you can. You are scored by the number of missiles remaining in your arsenal, and the percentage of your base remaining. How many levels can you clear?
In Survival mode, there is only one long level, and waves of ever faster missiles. In this mode you have an unlimited supply of missiles at your disposal. How long can you last?
I hope you enjoy this game. I have ideas for another game mode that is more focused on strategy play. I will be added this mode in the next update.
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