Be a Supporter!

Credits & Info

Uploaded
Dec 18, 2009 | 8:00 PM EST

Related Stuff

If you liked this, check these out!


Author Comments

Your farm has come under attack from the most unnatural collection of enemies possible: wolves, ritualistic cultists and the United States's military. It's not obvious what exactly has prompted such a conflict, but all of your enemies seem to be after the same thing: your livestock - or more specifically your sheep.

Visit us online at http://www.facebook.com/D arkRealmStudios and http://twitter.com/DarkRe alm_ !

Reviews


RaumeRaume

Rated 4 / 5 stars December 19, 2009

Good!

I really liked it, great sound and graphics. All that I would change is more levels, and something to spend all my excess money on! Keep at it!



blobiedablobblobiedablob

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars December 18, 2009

excellent

a terrific game, very adictive, but not enough upgrades or enemies or weapons, by about the 6th wave you have all this spare money and nothing to use it on, but other than that a great game. cant wait for number 2



Slavemule6Slavemule6

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars December 18, 2009

Entertaining yet strangely easy.

This game was very easy if you have hand eye coordination at all. I would suggest making different difficulties or possibly more enemies / upgrades to compensate.

I got 2nd place on the scoring which I dont know how it calculates, but that's a moot point.



YukaTakeuchiFanYukaTakeuchiFan

Rated 4 / 5 stars December 18, 2009

Not fully realized, perhaps?

I hate to not give the game a higher rating- the concepts behind the game are sound and the gameplay is quite solid- but there's a few slightly annoying bits that detract from the experience.

The combo multiplier is a good idea, but to be perfectly honest, you're dead in the water if you aren't killing enemies at a rate that constantly keeps the meter at x9. Docking the multiplier every time you miss a shot is a good idea, but the fact remains that if you're not at a x9 multiplier at all times simply due to the volume of enemies you fight, it's because you're already dead. Maybe the penalty for a missed shot could be a little more severe?

As well-thought-out as the upgrade system is, it'd be nice to be able to double-check what certain upgrades do once you've purchased them, and I really don't like how, in tandem with how easy it is to stay at x9 for the nearly the entire game, that you'll be at Level 3 in every single stat at around the game's halfway point. Again, something that either making it harder to reach x9 would fix, or better, more upgrades to spend the $150,000 I just ended the game with on.

Though I beat it, It'd also be nice to know how far along in the game I am, since the trophies plainly state that the game ends at a certain point- and the game never really builds up in a way that lets you know 'this is the last wave'- the game basically just tells you 'all right, the end' and stops after enough waves.

Anything I didn't mention, you got right. I love the ending, by the way. =3

Fix a few of the game's balance issues and this would be one of the finest defense games I've played. As it stands, it's simply a good one.


People find this review helpful!

WeirdestOneWeirdestOne

Rated 4 / 5 stars December 18, 2009

Enjoying

This game is great, unique, and addictive, needs more upgrades though.
More weapons, more whole map skills because at the middle of the game, you would have already got all the upgrades and have more than one hundred thousand and nothing to spend it onto. The game was very short, I've expect it to be longer but good job overall.


People find this review helpful!