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Oct 6, 2011 | 2:55 PM EDT

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Defend the kingdom of Emaeron from demonic surge all over the country!
Try this unique mix between Tower Defense and unique turn base strategy game.

King Imkael has fallen. The beloved king was killed in a gruesome battle, defending the last free city in the kingdom of Emaeron. Nothing could foresee this hellish invasion.

In Demonrift TD you are taking the role as Baroness Milena, commanding last stand of empire troops against the mysterious surge of demon armies throughout the empire vast cities.

Upgrade your troops, build and upgrade defended cities to help the empire army wages war against the demons, and start defending the kingdom now!

* Use the mouse to navigate, or optionally you can use keyboard to scroll the map in any direction when available.

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Mini130Mini130

Rated 5 / 5 stars October 12, 2011

Extremly addicting

Therefore, I love it :D



IceCorpIceCorp

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars October 8, 2011

Question

The Unlock Tor always seems to be disabled?


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menaragames responds:

Tor is the most powerful unit, it will be unlocked from the storyline when you complete "Watu"


artlogicgamesartlogicgames

Rated 5 / 5 stars October 7, 2011

Best TD

This is one of my favourite TD in flash. Great artwork, great stage design. Well done.



DRKsWebboyDRKsWebboy

Rated 4 / 5 stars October 6, 2011

A terrific start, needs a few things....

I play a lot of tower defense games and this one is pretty good, I like the variety of stuff to do and the whole "turn based" system. There are a few things I think would improve the game if they were added. For starters, how about some more info bars during the battle? For instance, maybe upon hover over the creature symbol, it'll tell me what type they are, HP and whatnot. I know this information is available in the library, but having it on the battlefield would help plan an attack strategy.

This info would also be handy for my characters as well, seeing how much damage they do. Which reminds me, does upgrading do more than give me another warrior at the same location? I mean, if I upgrade the Swordsman, does it just give me a second Swordman or does it also make the orignal a bit stronger? If no, then why would I bother upgrading, when I can just create a second swordsman elsewhere for less cost?

Just curious.

Anyway, like I said, it's a really good game and I enjoyed playing it!


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