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The kingdom is under attack! Defend your realm against hordes of orcs, trolls, evil wizards and other nasty fiends; armed with a mighty arsenal of warriors and mages of your own!

Fight on forests, mountains, and wastelands. Upgrade your towers with special powers, rain fire upon your enemies, summon additional troops, recruit elven warriors and face legendary monsters.
Earn up to 51 achievements and much more in this epic fantasy defense game by Ironhide Game Studio.

Developer Notes:

If the game doesn't work, please get the latest flash player, it solves many problems: http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer

Kingdom Rush Changelog:
http://www.ironhidegames.com/kingdomrush_changelog.html

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For bug reporting or troubleshooting:
Contact us at contact[at]ironhidegames.com

Reviews


thabutcha6709thabutcha6709

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 23, 2012

Kingdom Rush is the best tower defense game I have played, ever. First of all, the graphics and art work are flawless. The landscapes and structures are lush and vibrant. The unit animations and weapon effects are done to perfection. The musical score compliments the action of the game very well and the sound effects are second to none. I spent hours on this game and not once did the framerate drop. All the towers and powers in the game are fully upgradeable, none of which tilt the balance of power in your favor, they just keep you dangerous enough to win. Each level is a challenge, requiring you to utilize meager resources to defend an exit point. The mechanic that kept this from being just another TD game are the barracks. Placing one on the path sends three units out to slow down the enemy while the towers do their job. Each level grants a new tower upgrade and eventually a new tower once fully upgraded. There are loads of enemy types and on later levels, support units back up their counterparts. This forces you to adjust strategies on the fly and sometimes sell towers that are no longer effective. While all this sounds like any other TD game, this one combines every winning mechanic and some of their own and the finished product is truly amazing. This game is good enough to have a twenty or thirty dollar price tag. I am grateful to be able to play it for free and if this review compensates you guys at all then I'm happy. A little advice, make another and charge people for it! This is one of my favorite games ever and I hope theres another coming. Great work!



BloodFestBloodFest

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 21, 2012

Just amazing! And also I love all the Metal/Rock references. Congratulations dude



LeeDismukeLeeDismuke

Rated 4 / 5 stars April 20, 2012

Extremely good. Some of the characters and ideas are straight from Dungeon Defenders for the PS3. Simple, easy to get into and easy to get addicted to.



pinsk4111pinsk4111

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 15, 2012

addictively entertaining.



PhonyhomelessPhonyhomeless

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 11, 2012

I loved it. The levels were difficult but not impossible, the towers were varied and yet familiar, and the stages were simplistic yet still complicated. The storyline was a bit lacking, but that comes with the territory for TD games. In fact, compared to some other ones, this one had a very well developed plot. All in all, a fantastic game that I will most certainly play again some day.


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