Dead Defense Now Available for iPhone & iPad

| August 30, 2013 | 0 Comments

Dead Defense Now Available for iPhone & iPad

The Dead Defense is now available for all existing iOS devices. It is basically a typical Tower Defense game where you must use a range of special abilities and towers to defeat the waves of different bosses and monsters. The controls are very easy and simple, but the gameplay could be a kind of difficult. The game doesn’t give you enough time between the waves to set up your own towers, and too many various kinds of monsters come at you from different sides.

It takes a few seconds for the each tower to be upgraded or built, making it a little hard to adjust on fly and learn the layout of each stage. And let me tell you about restart button that it’s going to be your best friend in this nifty game.

Dead Defense Now Available for iPhone & iPad

When you’re playing this game, you should pay close attention to the tutorial and learn about the individual tower’s skills before you begin the game. There is no comprehensive information that can help you along the way. Tapping the tower’s icon during the game doesn’t bring up its individual statistics, and tapping a power up icon will bring you to an in app purchase display if you don’t have sufficient crystals to use it.

Not having too much time to set your defense strategy, and not having simple access to the individual tower’s info can set Dead Defense extremely frustrating.

The Dead Defense is not really for the Plants vs. Zombies crowd, but the serious TD lovers will likely enjoy trying to overcome it. The game comes with a plenty of stimulating monsters and wonders to keep it interesting.

Dead Defense Now Available for iPhone & iPad

For instance, the creeps do not always follow the same path that will compel you to alter your plan many times. The game also comes with flying and reviving monsters which will make you want to tweak your hair out.

The Dead Defense is now available for absolutely free from the AppStore. It supports iPhone 4, 4S, 5 and iPod touch (3rd , 4th and 5th generation) iPad and iPad mini too.


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