tower defense

Defend Your Life: tower defense game set inside your body

Haven't we been looking forward to a tower defense game, action-packed combat and biology lesson all in just one game? No? Well, even if you haven't been clamoring for it, that is what you will get when you play a new Android game called Defend Your Life. And literally, you are defending the life of the body where the game is set in, as you fight hordes of bacteria and viruses bent on conquering the body.

Defenders of Suntoria tower defense game hits Android

If you like tower defense you will want to check out the new game called Defenders of Suntoria. This tower defense game promises challenging game play with lots of missions to enjoy. Defenders of Suntoria features 20 different missions with three different game modes for gamers to play.

Mold On Pizza is a tower ‘offense’ game, with weird ingredients

In every slice of pizza, a microscopic battle rages on far from your sight – mold tries to take over the pizza slice while preservatives try to wipe the mold out. At least, that’s what Korean-based gaming outfit BTNcafe wants you to imagine. Imagine a tower defense game, but this time you get to be the one on attacking the towers. If you can imagine that, you’re on your way.

Ambush! – Tower Offense lets you be on the other side of the game

We're all familiar with tower defense games and how protecting your buildings and holdings from enemies is extremely important. But what about if you want to be that "enemy" attacking other players as they defend their property? A new Android game called Ambush! - Tower Offense lets you experience being on both sides of the equation, depending on whether you want to attack or defend.

Weekend Game Getaway: Kingdom Rush Origins, Soulcalibur Sale

If you're planning to lock yourself up indoors this weekend, probably to gather up energy for the upcoming holiday (and sale) madness, now might be your chance to catch up on some Android gaming. And you might just be in luck! Aside from the plethora of games we've brought to your attention the past days, there are two notable ones that might deserve your glance (and maybe your money) as well.

Sleep Attack TD puts a literal twist to Tower Defense

You've probably had your fill of tower defense games, probably as much as you've grown sick of flying (or flapping) birds and crushing sweets, But sometimes, someone comes along and turns the genre on its head to offer something quite new. The Anomaly series did this by turning the tables in its "reverse tower defense" titles. Now Sleep Attack is trying to make a difference as well, this time by letting you actually control the routes that your enemies will take.

Star Wars Galactic Defense: tower defense with Star Wars twist

If you have an Android device and do not know what a “tower defense” game is, then this post might not be for you. Then again, if you are a Star Wars fan (we realize these two might not necessarily be inclusive of each other), you might want to check this new game out. Star Wars: Galactic Defense is very much a Star Wars take on the classic tower defense game format. And it’s fun.

Epic Dragons turns the table, makes players defend dragons

Crescent Moon Games, who has given Android titles such as Ravensword Shadowlands and Aralon Sword and Shadow, are back with another game called Epic Dragons. Mighty and epic as that may sound, this game is anything but. The dragons are not ferocious beasts but cute cel-shaded ones. And the gameplay isn't entirely epic but a tower defense with a slight twist. In this game, you get to be the one that plans out how these dragons will defend themselves against pitiful humans that want to hunt them down.

Anomaly Defenders: proper tower defense game with a twist

Fans of the Anomaly "reverse tower defense" franchise might feel a bit sad that this will be the last title in that series. Worry not, though, as it will be going out with a bang. Or actually multiple bangs. Surprisingly, 11 bit studios made this last installment into a "real" tower defense game, but still managed to put an interesting twist: this time, you get to fight for the enemy.
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