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Aug 10, 2011 | 3:26 PM EDT

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Thanks very much to Samulis for the audio and background graphics. Check out his page http://samulis.newgrounds .com/

The Second Punic War ended with the Battle of Zama. Scipio (you) attacked Hannibal and, using cunning tactics, destroyed his army. Here, you are staging an ambush for Hannibal's troops. Place your troops and upgrade them to prevent Hannibal's troops from breaking your defenses.



Rated 3 / 5 stars

Not a terrible TD, but i can't point out anything that hasn't already been noted. Good game to build upon tho.

MSGhero responds:

Yeah I'm thinking about doing another TD when I get some more free time.


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars


I agree with iiftgames. The game is a good basic TD game. However, there were some flaws. Among them are the fact that you are unable to deselect a tower, so you must be careful where you click, otherwise you will place a tower, even if you didn't mean to. Also, it would be nice if there were some idea of achievement, such as a wave counter or a scoreboard. The backstory of the game is very good, you have evidently studied your latin. In all, I would say that this is a passing TD game, not a bad one, but it could use some improvements. Good job.


Rated 2 / 5 stars


Very basic but a nice little time waster.

Graphics were good but small. The background is far more detailed than the units.
Degree of difficulty was pretty good.

Sound affects got annoying, and you couldn't have the music without them.
There wasn't a very clear way to see how much health you had.
It's kinda weird that you can put units on top of the tents.
Unable to upgrade units at the top of the screen because you can't see the upgrade bubble.

Keep working on it.

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Rated 0 / 5 stars

The ad ended 30 seconds ago.

And it's only half way done 'loading'.

MSGhero responds:

I don't control the ads. Your download speed must be slow cuz it takes 30 seconds to load for me