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Mar 24, 2011 | 2:34 PM EDT

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Humans vs Monsters is an exciting defense game. You have to place troops to defend your military bases from incoming hordes of Monsters. Destroy all monsters and not let them to enter in your base. You can place your units but also make them move along the territory so they can help the troops in need. Each monster that enters your base will cost you a life. During the battle you can buy and sell units and military vehicles such as jeeps and tanks and improve the combat quality and power of your soldiers. Unforeseen events such as "fire rain" could hit and destroy your army. Resist to the end! 32 waves of attacks, 6 different types of monsters, 3 different battlefields wait for you!

Reviews


hreyashreyas

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 25, 2011

I liked It

Just keep it up!!



BirdProductionsBirdProductions

Rated 4 / 5 stars March 24, 2011

Very interesting

I wholeheartedly agree with everything said by 3p0ch. Being able to move your "towers" is very innovative and if done a little better could be amazing. Having more enemies, maps, and troops is just a bonus; but being able to zoom in and out of the battlefield and having better control of scrolling around the map would be a big help. The "unforeseen events" were kind of cool; but, tell me if I'm wrong, I only got fire rain. Did I not get far enough? Probably... But all in all, this game was pretty fun and I hope to see something similar if not a sequel in the future.
-BirdProductions



3p0ch3p0ch

Rated 4 / 5 stars March 24, 2011

finally, TD troops can move

The ability to move makes this game fun. But controlling it felt much more clunky than necessary, mostly because you need to scroll around by moving the mouse to the little arrows at the edges of the screen. Simply having the WASD or arrow keys scroll would have made it easier to control and a bit more fun; shrinking the sprites so the entire map could fit on one screen would have been even better. (If you still want to be able to show off the nice graphics and were really ambitious, you could have the spacebar switch between a close up view for fine control and nice graphics, and a zoomed out view to more quickly and easily control over the entire map.)

And of course like everyone else will probably ask for, more variety in the types of units and enemies, and different maps.


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webmasterweb responds:

Hi Friend, thanks for your comment... Now i modify the game so that is possible to use arrow keys to scroll aroud... Byeee


SevenGentlemenSevenGentlemen

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars March 24, 2011

Good just not my sort of Game!

But its entertaining, good job!