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Endless War: Defense

rated 4.28 / 5 stars
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Strategy - Real-time (RTS)

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May 28, 2010 | 10:51 AM EDT

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Endless war series continues with a new game and now you don't have to kill enemies by yourself, let your soldiers do the fight!
Build up a perfect defense in 14 missions of 3 campaigns and try to survive in survival mode.

Tips and tricks:
- Select a unit and press Space totoggle manual control.
- Spend some time for building at the begining of the mission
- Don't underestimate infantry. The're cheap and effective against all types of enemies
- Call for reinforcements if enemy strikes too hard



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Fuck Yeah!!!!

Maan This Game is Really Great
Funny and a lot of Explosion!!!

Heaa This Time the Third Reich win The War!!!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Nice game

Nice and addicting, although it gets a bit repetitive after awhile. Nice unit variety. Some unique traits would add to their usability since older units get obsolete. I never used trenches after awhile just fortresses with assault teams for the front line and 61-Ks ans Zis-3s in the back.
Also hotkeys for upgrade defense, repair and sell would be a nice touch.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

really good game

pretty awesome, fun and addicting game-play. i agree with lucasDF that somekind of ammo crate upgrade would be cool


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

An idea...

How about some kind of resupply crate for 10.00$?

It could be useful when your AT troops run out of ammo and you're surrounded by tanks and cars...

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BlackFox-of-ITMO responds:

Nice idea! Will be done.


Rated 4 / 5 stars


ok first off, i LOVE these sorta of games, and i feel this has potential and as great room for improvement.
first off, change the music, while its nod baaad, it just doesnt fit with the game it only serve to lower the tension and help the games light hearted ness, which isnt a bad thing if thats what you were shooting for. no pun intended

secondly. improve animation and sound quality. while i liked the sniper scopes pointin out whos being targeted, the simplely animated death, literally falling in one frame jsut seemed tacky. as for the sounds, posting individual sounds per weapon attack (and finding sounds for ww2 era weapons online isnt that hard) will greatly add imersion, the 'tak tak taks' are again, tacky. take it a step futher, have infantry call out targets, when there get near, yell when killed or call out for his fallen comrade. give machine gunners so tracer fire so we can see were their firing at or have the AT gunners stoicly say that a tank is in their sights

all in all im enjoying myself. and im sure that if you put out a sequel and one up everythign you have, youll surely have a game to fave
4/8 and keep up the good work

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