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Jun 26, 2008 | 7:44 PM EDT
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Havoc and corruption swarms through the land, and you are one of those few wizards who can put an end to it. Create and combine magic gems, put them into your towers and banish the monsters back to hell!

Controls:

click on spell buttons to select them
drag gems to move, throw or combine them

1-6 or B/T/C/M/W/G selects spells
hold ctrl to create/combine as much gems as possible
hold shift to place multiple towers/trenches
hold shift to create multiple gems
P to pause
click/space/enter to close tutor panels

Have fun! :-)

Reviews


sixflabsixflab

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Complex and challenging

-I thought gem-matching was critical until I discovered that it was cheaper to just spawn them whole. Then I couldn't progress, until I noticed how powerful gem-bombs could be when you put some skill points into it. Then I went back and got glowing frames in the first few stages, only to discover that that shelling the enemy into oblivion is too costly in the later stages. The first epic stage Boss kicked my ass over and over again until I learned the foresight to max my Mana Pool early and the patience not to build anything during the last few waves. And when you finally start maxing those top-teir skills, everything else fades into the background as you focus on building a ludicrous arsenal of grade 7 gems. From that point on, it's pure Tower Defense, but the route there is delightfully diverse.

-My one complaint was that the most interesting play mechanic (matching gems) goes under-used, since you can buy gems cheaper than you can make them. Don't think of this game as a hybrid between gem-matching Puzzle Game and Tower Defense. Instead, think of the gem combos as a way of optimizing your inventory. It's a means of buffering and condensing your offensive power into a few key towers. Basically what this game does is give you plenty of options, and then force you to experiment with them, since the optimal technique changes as you level up. I happily invite sequals and rip-offs, because I think there's so much diversity here, further experimentation couldn't damage the overall quality.


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InfectedRabbitInfectedRabbit

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Ver fun and addicting

Very fun and addicting!



SaurivaSauriva

Rated 5 / 5 stars

10/10

You had to worn me that it's higly addictive! I love it!



ArthegaArthega

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Fuckin' Good!

I believe its a fucking good game, with a lot of fun!



wolftrainer002wolftrainer002

Rated 5 / 5 stars

good

it is a great game but i just couldn't get into it idk why but i just got bored after a bit


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