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Endless War: Defense

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rated 4.28 / 5 stars
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Strategy - Real-time (RTS)
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defense
tanks
ww2
top-down

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May 28, 2010 | 10:51 AM EDT

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Endless war series continues with a new game and now you don't have to kill enemies by yourself, let your soldiers do the fight!
Build up a perfect defense in 14 missions of 3 campaigns and try to survive in survival mode.

Tips and tricks:
- Select a unit and press Space totoggle manual control.
- Spend some time for building at the begining of the mission
- Don't underestimate infantry. The're cheap and effective against all types of enemies
- Call for reinforcements if enemy strikes too hard

Reviews


ScarrabanScarraban

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

A nice little game, but needs a bit of tweaking...

I thought this was a very fun game to play, the graphics were suitable for such a game. There has been some other complaints as to the music, but I found it rather fitting. It might be an idea to change the music when you "ready up" though, something more suitable for the action.

The gameplay was enough to keep you entertained for a while, and the upgrades kept you gripped, making you want to continue developing a impenetrable fortress of doom.

I found one problem with playing the game however, which was that the diffuculty curve was nowehere near steep enough. While playing I decided to be the German's, being the evil fascist that I am. For a long time it was just a case of making a giant fortress, and watching my troops obliterate anything that comes even close to my front line.

This may be due to unbalanced attack stats, or the fact that you racked up so many upgrade points, that you could just repair everything and replenish your troops very easily at the end of every wave, and enough points to spare to upgrade everything at least once and STILL more to spare to add a few more giant AT guns behind the front line.

I think that with this game the concept is there, and the gameplay is excellent, but the stats and points scheme for the game is a little too unbalanced. Or the game is initially too easy for too long.

Keep up the good work though, this game is almost there!


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RyxysRyxys

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Good but change the music

The music made me want to kill myself, but the game was fun. The difficulty on hard was a literal joke for the entire game. I started on normal and said ok this is soo easy. I went up to hard and said this is even more of a joke. I got to the point on hard where i would only loose 1-2 units a fight at most.



jroodjrood

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

not what i expected..

so upsetting...even though it's a good game, i expected something along the lines of its prequels - it is a completely different type of game!
i feel like you're milking the name for all it's worth - oh well, still a good game



Arbiter3Arbiter3

Rated 4 / 5 stars

well...

as has been said the music sounded like nails on a chalkboard . maybe new music or music mute
another thing was how easy the game was it was long but easy. it needed a difficulty option
by the way the gun possession thing would have been better if you possed that thing that the weapon would have longer range higher damage or something like that


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kaimonkeykaimonkey

Rated 5 / 5 stars

very long

it took me a while 2 beat all 3 campaigns