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Battle for Alandria

rated 3.87 / 5 stars
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Strategy - Tower Defense

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Jul 9, 2010 | 7:31 AM EDT

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The game consist of 13 missions.
Each mission consists of several tens of rounds. Each round is divided into two parts. You buy, build and upgrade your army during the first part of the game. The second part of the game is a battle, in which you can partially control your units. Your hero earns an expirience for each level and when he reaches new level he gets improvement points. These points can be used for improvement his characteristics.



Rated 4 / 5 stars


Its an extremely addicting game. First time I played it through to the end with no leveling up or anything and the second time I was so pissed off by how shitty hard it is I leveled up like crazy and that last guy's skeletons can still kill me in like two hits practically.

The easiest way to balance out this game is simplistic in nature: GIVE MORE MONEY. lol Really!

I never seem to get more than two elites before I beat the boss and its really gay. I'd like to have a more cool looking army. In order to do that I need more money before beating the boss! And it would make this game a tiny bit easier too, which it needs. XD

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

fun game

once i figured out how much attack speed upgrades helped i didn't need to farm... seriously upgrade that attack speed, does wonders.

good game though, kept me entertained through the end.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

My Stràtègy ---- Fun Gàmè

It sucks that you start with a set amount of gold, but the way i beat just about every level was:

Fill my army with the mages to always replenish my mana.
When you obtain level 15, Meteor Shower(or whatever spell you use depending on your hero) is your BEST friend.
Only upgrade attack skills such as flame wall or meteor shower and your mana pool.
As the fighting goes, send out an army of mages, when you get enough gold, make them into healers one at a time. When you upgrade the healer, he regenerates hp for your entire army(including your hero), so try to make one quickly. When your enemy sends out a really strong monster upgrade your healer one last time for 105 gold and upgrade his attack rate until he attacks 20/second. Now you have a monster of life that is hard to beat even for the enemy hero.
With one start mage having maxed out attack rate, you can relax and upgrade other mages one by one. You can make more healers if you want to make sure you have no chance of losing or other mages for fun.
If you want to have more fun, sell one of your mana mages when you have enough gold to buy a melee or range unit at their last stage for 200-270 gold.
Make sure to start with a mage because i always lost whenever i upgraded another type of unit first.
So just make sure to have at least 1 mana mage, then have fun and go berserk as the ground becomes stained with blood.

Score system is so damn low, i played a bunch of times and have only 57k while on high scores people have millions!

This reminds me of Savage with the moving, attacking, and magic based systems.
Could be something totally amazing if a sequel was made. Job wèll donè! :)

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


This Is A Decent Game...A New Concept I Haven't Played A Game This...Anyway I Just Like It So 10/10


Rated 4 / 5 stars


i was wrong.. you could farm your hero's exp..

the 1st map, don't give exp..

other maps, does give.. much harder map gives more exp.. i just gained 2 levels right now.. but too bored to do more.. level14 atm