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Triple Tower Defense

rated 3.66 / 5 stars
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Strategy - Tower Defense

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Mar 9, 2012 | 4:39 PM EST

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Challenge yourself in this unique tower defense. Mixing both skill and strategy, how long can you survive?
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3/13/12 - added hot keys for discard and destroy, made towers do more damage.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

The game had a rather interesting and unique concept.

It really makes the player think about where they want to place their towers, and how they need to place the towers to upgrade it properly.

The graphical style is neon and bright. It can be rather soothing at times.

The audio felt a bit boring to me. The music sounded pretty cool at first, but after a while it got repetitive.

The game was also rather lacking in sound. Without any sound effects, the game was way too silent.

I liked the way the enemy AI would create its own path depending on where the player placed their towers, and change direction whenever its path would be blocked by a tower.
However, this can also be abused by the player to juggle the enemies around.
The player is pretty much invincible by exploiting this feature.

The game also seemed to be a bit too easy. (Even if the game breaking feature is ignored)
I notice how in many tower defense games, placing or removing a tower usually requires some kind of money to be paid before doing so.
But in this game, the player can freely remove and construct towers without having to worry about money shortages.

The game has a good idea, but it could use a little bit more work.
Still pretty fun though.

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Rated 2 / 5 stars

its a unique game but its easy to exploit.

i found that if i make an L shaped path along the top, and straight down to the finish, and had a 2nd path at the very start which was much longer, i could simply place a block right in front of the exit on the shorter path and the enemies would just turn around and head back to take the longer path, then i could just remove the block and they would start to go back to the shorter path, i could just juggle them around as long as i need until they were killed, i consider this game breaking because it becomes impossible to lose, thus the lower ratting

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

This is one of the best TD games ever! Idea is very simple, but genius. You could add more music.
I think more types of enemys for exemple enemies affected only by one type of tower. I will give 4.5 stars, cus I want to give 5 stars in the sequel!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

So I finally decided to stop doing major upgrades and focus on rerouting all attention to the few highlvl towers I had, when suddenly the calm part of the soundtrack started playing and I realized that in a way I was giving up. Coming to term with my own demise. Then the music lifted and I sold 3 towers to start a BRAND NEW 5Star tower project. It was risky and it payed off. Now a few hours later I watch as the blue creep slowly crawls twoards my last remaining life and realize that indeed I have no life.
Thank you for this game!
Not the best game out there but at this moment in time it was just what I needed :D.

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Its a great game and all but i can juggle for a high score like its nothing for hours but i dont have that kinda time, although it is new and makes it much much harder to maze and get better towers because you have to know where to place them. very hard but good game, boring music after a while.