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Villainous - Tower Attack

rated 4.44 / 5 stars
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Strategy - Tower Defense

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Aug 3, 2011 | 12:47 PM EDT
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From the makers of "I Have 1 Day" and "Don't Shit Your Pants" comes a new take on Tower Defense. This is a Tower Conquest. Be the villian instead of the hero, siege instead of defend, and take over the world, one kingdom at a time.

Rather than building towers and defending against hordes of monsters, you are given the reins of an evil mage that builds his army from the ground up to dominate the lands. You must unlock new units, learn new spells, and think up unique summoning strategies to overcome the defenses of your foes.

Developed by Cellar Door Games
Art by Gilbert de Vera (grifter101)



Rated 5 / 5 stars

One Thousand Goblins Later...

Points for major originality and having a generally pretty appealing LOTR inspired art and writing style. It took 3 hours to finish and I have to admit if not for casting spells you could take naps in between sending waves.

There really is little interaction other than upgrading and casting spells and despite being a pretty enjoyable Inverted TD, it felt like a repetitive drag once you unlocked all the flags. There's some Incredible diminishing returns for what it costs to upgrade and yet most of em only add a tiny bonus that won't affect the same ol'strategy of 9 goblins+2 healers+1 elemental and spell spam.

I feel it lacks strategic diversity to make it justifiable to play the same map and endure the same wave repeating itself 5+ times, but hey I guess the life of monster fodder for Heroes is a monotonous existence!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


Challenging game with a twist on the defense genre. Game looked great too, man.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Good game to pass the time.

It's refreshing to play on the opposite side of the story. Overall the game is fun and quick. Good quality, user interface is simple yet entertaining.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


finally someone makes an interesting game using the concept of tower defense but flipping it around i would say yes this is original new and addicting as well as very fun great work and i hope you make another one of these.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

It's Pretty Good

I like being on the other end of the tower, having monsters charge into a town. The spirit spell is a reference to another game as is the dragon water.

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