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Flash Empires is back and better then ever. Defend Santa's workshop by using your army of elves to stop Santa's evil brother's minions!
OK. I finnalllly finished it! Took alot of coding, so Im happy how it turned out! I hope you guys review, cause its your reviews that helped me make this sequel!
"P" to pause
"U" to unpause
Thanks ALOT to Xander-Ng he gave me a huge amount of awsome ideas.. so thanks! and thanks to people who tested it (Mosher,david,sam :) Ill try to respond to as many reviews as possible too.
Great Job, one of the best defense games i've played in a while.
i likedm the originality and stuff and it was a little bit easier than the first but still hard and, like the first, im not exactly impressed by the quality of the fucking santa that i payed 1500 for and the "uber pwner towers" that i had 5 of got UBER pwned
overall decent and fun game . 6/10
good but it was too hard
...only got daily 5th =( Should have done better, but oh well. It's a great game and fun to play and I'm not writing this because I helped you with some ideas entirely either. Or am I?
As defending games go, this isn't half bad. The main game is challenging, maybe a bit too much on easy, and there is a free play mode that lets you play around with lots of cash. That second mode really helps with the replay value.
One qualm I have, though, is that you don't seem to gain more money as the waves go up. The enemies get harder to kill, but they are worth the same amount and they are always the same enemies, over and over again. Perhaps, in the next installment, you could add in color variations on the enemies to add more enemies to the army and more value to the kills. As it is, you play through, getting the same amount, until you hit a stalemate around Wave 25, then it all goes downhill from there. It might also help if you could upgrade the units, or if it took a different amount of money to upgrade the different turrets.
Overall, a decent game for the holidays.
Context? Context is for casuals.
Hexagon Puzzle Game
An old style, pixel-art noir adventure, inspired by classical point-and-click games.
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