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War is not easy craft. Try Overwhelm enemy using towers, units and hero.
This is 7th game in Elite Forces series, and 3rd in top-view+heroes. I hope you like, and if you not - feel free to write what you need more, or what to fix.
Map can be scrolled with WASD/Arrows, M - Sounds on/off.
To heal your troops, move them closer to Barracks, to Upgrade them - stand near Stronghold.
dont forget to recommend it to "Defense Games Collection"!
I only found the first one about a day ago so it was a funny coincidence that the next one would come out now. I realy enjoyed it although i can agree with luckynumberyolk in that maybe focus on the troops, or just less upgrades for towers. Selecting units was alot easier this time aswell.
now you can even bind troops =) and bunch of improvements to troops section.
Just make it a strategy game, not tower defence, make squads!
tnx man, i just updated version - there new unit - Flamer, you can memorize sqads with numbers+shift. let me know what you think.
its alright to you know pass some time but not the greatest game i ever played ya no
Well....the visuals are good.
But there might be something wrong with the "controls" (hard to get soldiers to where you want them to go). But so far, despite this flaw, the game seems very entertaining.
tnx man. if you still up for this game - check new version. it with lots of improvements.
I have to agree with BadBeat... the game was somewhat longwinded, and wasn't advanced or interesting enough to warrant a long attention span.
The art left a little to be desired... although individual images looked nice as stand-alone figures, they didn't match up with each other; the sizing was off (i.e. the base being about the same size as the troops felt a little odd), the fonts were too varied in styles, and the positioning and feel of everything felt just a liiiittle bit thrown together and uncoordinated.
But still, it's a nice attempt, so keep going! :D
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