Planet Defense

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    Planet Defense

    by: 402 7.4

    7.4 Users



    Planet Defense is a highly addictive tower defense clone with a sophisticated upgrade and leveling system. The main goal is to place turrets and towers to fend off enemy waves and save the planet. Four types of rechargeable weapons, dealing heavy damage for a limited amount of time, further help to complete the mission. For destroying enemies, the player is rewarded with crystals which can in turn be spent on a huge variety of upgrades. Unlike traditional tower defense games, the upgrading and leveling system provides various means to improve towers and turrets, to weaken enemies, to influence item costs, etc., thus guaranteeing long-term fun!

    Zooming and scrolling is enabled for small devices. The game is optimized for tablets.

    - Free-To-Play (full game experience without any purchase!)
    - 31 different levels
    - Unlimited number of stages with increasingly harder enemies
    - 6 turrets (3 of which unlockable during gameplay)
    - 4 special rechargeable weapons
    - 3 towers
    - Support for up to 6 profiles
    - Quick-game mode
    - Campaign mode
    - Sophisticated upgrade system (fire rate, damage, range, cost, enemy speed, enemy strength, tower effectiveness, and many many more)
    - Zooming and scrolling (two fingers) for small devices

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    Users comments for Planet Defense

    Brian Robertson

    by Brian Robertson

    Jun 08, 2016  |  "OK"


    Alex Jess

    by Alex Jess

    Oct 14, 2014  |  "OK"

    Looks very fun, but I can't play because it doesn't fit my 8 inch tablet screen..

    Jeremy.davenport Jeremy.davenport

    by Jeremy.davenport Jeremy.davenport

    Sep 27, 2014  |  "Awesome"


    Lyndon Bredenkamp

    by Lyndon Bredenkamp

    Aug 15, 2014  |  "Poor"

    It's like this was designed for desktop or maybe a big tablet.

    James Chow

    by James Chow

    Jun 07, 2014  |  "Poor"

    bad UI

    Kevin Mills

    by Kevin Mills

    Apr 29, 2014  |  "Awesome"

    Very open, least linear design I've seen. Lots of upgradeability, looks like houes of entertainment.