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Cursed Treasure

rated 4.43 / 5 stars
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Strategy - Tower Defense

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May 6, 2010 | 5:39 AM EDT
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Protect your gems from being stolen by "good" heroes in this tower defense game. Overlord, you have all the power of orcs, undead and demons.


Use mouse (hold SHIFT to build multiple towers or cast multiple spells).
The game has a bult-in tutorial.
Try to annihilate the enemies before they grab a gem, but even if they do, you'll have a chance to annihilate them on their way back and you'll save the gem.

Version 1.10:
Cursed Treasure with updated graphics and 30 levels is now available on iPad! s/app/cursed-treasure-hd/

Hotfix 1.09.002:
- Added missing "%" symbols in descriptions of the Bounty Hunting and the Scorching Treasure skills

Vesrion 1.09:
- Fixed bug: ~30% loss of mana regeneration rate when the "Attack" button is clicked

Version 1.08:

New features:
- Hotkeys added (see built-in hints, 1,2,3 - towers, Q,W,E - spells, SPACE - start attack, F - toggle high speed on/off)
- Sound effects and music can be switched on/off separately

Balance changes:
- Assasin's "Dancing Blade" ability (50% chance of avoiding damage) is replaced by the "Mystic Blade" ability (diminishes damage by 30-90%)
- Recharge rate of Ghost Crypts is increased to 2 seconds
- Recharge rate of Banshee Crypt is increased to 1.5 seconds
- Ballista Dens and Catatult Den missiles speed is increased

Bug fixes:
- "grayed out Attack button and neverending mission" bug is fixed.
- Savegame system is changed. We can't guarantee that the bug stalling the game on the choose profile screen ("Level 999" bug) is fully fixed, but at least you will see "The save data is corrupted" message and will be able to play the game anyway.

+ many small changes and fixes



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Good and bad

This is a nice twist with a TD game where you can also level up. A like it as it gives the game a bit more replayability even after one has finished it.

What I'm really writing the review for is that, as mentioned by all other reviewers, the ninjas are way too overpowered. I mean come on, not only are they the fastest? One of the fastest units in the game but they can also turn invisible too? How is this fair at all? The ninja boss goes invisible right at the entrance, grabs a gem then reappears as he's about to exit. If there was a tower or even an upgrade(which would be so unfair at early levels even if there was) that could help you spot ninjas, it wouldn't be so unbalanced but hell, the times I lose, it's always the ninjas.

This would have been a 10 but I'm giving it a 7 because it impossible to get excellent anymore at the latter stages when the place is swarming with ninjas on hyperspeed.

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Not bad

It's a pretty fun game and the leveling up and skill point system do a good job of compelling the player to play.

However the invisible enemy's are bogus, they could maybe be worked into a decent mechanic, like if their were upgrades or spells that broke their invisibility it would be alright. As is they just steal my gems while my towers don't shoot them.

Some more upgrades and spells would also be nice, give the player more things to do then just watching and waiting. Also the story is pretty weak, theres no sense of it in the game that I'm the abd guy.

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Fun, but has balance issues.

Honestly if you're just going to play this game through it's great. The ninja's can be annoying but you learn to compensate having a reasonable end of the line force while having something to hit them right off the bat to run out their invisible time. Great execution though for the most part, loved the towers and the upgrade system.

Only real problem is, if you want to get brilliant on every setting it's just not a player friendly enviroment. Some of the boss ninja's move so fast that even if you hit them right off the bat, it's impossible to kill them because they get to the gems before becoming visable. The only possible solution is to set up towers so they all hit the first unit coming out at the same instant, 1 hit KO'ing it. But then this isn't plausable for facing the normal waves up until that point, or you just don't have the money to implement such a tower set up before that boss arrives.

With a little tweaking though it could have been perfect and would have scored a 9 or 10 from me.

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Rated 3 / 5 stars

good as far as tower defese games go

but even the best tower defense game is not worth more than 6 stars. Seriously, nothing interesting happens in any of them for about 1/2 an hour and even then you hardly have to think or do anything challenging.


Rated 3 / 5 stars


Those ninjas were completely retarded.