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May 26, 2012 | 10:52 AM EDT

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Description:
Your goal is to save the kingdom. Help the Keeper of the Magic Hammer protect the castle from enemies. You will face the representatives of four elements: water, fire, earth and air.
Use their vulnerabilities to opposite elements by selecting the necessary hammer. Collect coins to upgrade your skills and buy new spells. Destroy all the enemies and defeat the main dragon.

Controls:
Move the mouse cursor to control the magic hammer.
To throw a small hammer, click the left mouse button.
Move the mouse cursor over coins to pick them up.
Use keys 1-5 to switch between hammers.
Press Q,W,E keys to use the primary skills (purchased at the store),
Press P - to pause.

[Update]
Hey guys! Thanks for your feedback. Now you can use A&D or left and right to control hammer swing (as alternative control) Enjoy! Use the button in the left bottom of the screen, near pause button.

Reviews


SuperSlamCitySuperSlamCity

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars May 28, 2012

Hello there!

Really enjoyed the game, but must admit that I didn't stay long. - I didn't rate you lowly because I thought it'd be unfair.

Because I dislike this game for the mouse-activated hammer factor. I would have preferred to use the left and right keys. Mouse cursors sliding about video game screens are a bit hip and trendy for me. - But as I say, I do realize that there are many people that do enjoy that sort of thing, otherwise it wouldn't have become popular!

I think if the left and right keys activated the hammer, I'd probably go to bed with this game ^_^

- Doc Slam.


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NSBrotherhood responds:

Thanks, we've done it for you :)


ErichoEricho

Rated 4 / 5 stars May 27, 2012

I thought this was a pretty cool game. It was certainly unique and I liked how you had different ways to attack. The thing with this is that the attacks are pretty specific with the hammer. You mostly just do the same thing over and over again. The funny thing is that on the level I was playing, I actually beat it at the same time I lost it! You would think I'd be allowed to go onto the next level.

Anyway, the graphics are actually pretty decent. I like how the designs are nicely layed out. For the most part, it's a decent game. It makes me realize how creative you can be. Thank you.


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TheComradeBroTheComradeBro

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars May 27, 2012

It's certainly an interesting game. I wouldn't call it Tower Defense, so it wasn't what I was expecting when I clicked on it.

The mechanic is one I haven't seen in a long time, so it was somewhat fresh. My main problem is that the game doesn't take much skill. When I was grinding for my 10k after finishing the game, most rounds turned into me smashing left and right endlessly with the neutral hammer. I beat the game before figuring out the middle five achievements were for running out of time on the bosses. The difficulty could have used a boost, and preferably not one that just gave enemies more health. A way to control the length of the hammer, with enemies that pause and shoot from different ranges, would have added a higher level of skill, for example.

The game was solid, though. Not the best, but certainly better than average. No glitches to report.

Oh, and I'm docking you half a star for having site-locked features. A perfectly valid advertising tactic, but something so transparent isn't going to win you any fans.


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NSBrotherhood responds:

Thanks for the feedback :)


robert1028robert1028

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 27, 2012

at first you think it's lame, but the more you play it the more you like it.
hard to stop playing.


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ChrisC07ChrisC07

Rated 4 / 5 stars May 26, 2012

liked the new style of defence game, very fun.


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