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(Demo version) Tactical depth, engaging story, colorful characters, and lots of customization!

Each character levels up individually and learn skills over time, and you can "boost" them in battle to access their high-level skills. Additionally, you can buy equipment to outfit your party.
Follow Azra and her motley crew of plague survivors as they fight their way out of the "The Pit!"

Check out the OPTIONS menu, especially if you hate reading. OPTIONS->MISC->turn tuts/dialog OFF.
Controls are 100% customizable, you can play the whole game from the keyboard if you want.

We want to be completely up-front with you that this is a DEMO. It's pretty long as far as demos go - there's no timer, you've got about 1-4 hours of gameplay here, and you can play each of the battles on advanced and extreme difficulties for even more content.

This version of the game contains the first two of seven acts. The FULL game has 6 character classes, 7 acts, 34 maps, tons of great music, lots of new items, uncompressed graphics, ~100 challenges, an endless mode, and lots of other goodness. The coupon code "NGROUND" is good for $2 off, making the game just $5 until February 14th.

Full version playtime varies depending on your hard-coreness. So far I've seen people breeze through casual in 5 hours, but completionists who go after every advanced/extreme mission are clocking in around 20-30 hours.

You can export your save file from the demo and import into the full version so you don't lose any progress.

Here's some reviews of the full version to help you decide:

Destructoid (8.5/10):

Rock, Paper, Shotgun:

The full version runs on Mac/Windows/Linux, and comes with NO DRM, because DRM is for tools! You will get FREE updates to future versions of the game and believe me, we have even more cool features planned than what's already in the full version :) We also pride ourselves on good customer support so please visit:


if you have ANY trouble and we will make it right!

We hope you like this demo, and hope we've given you everything you need to decide whether the full version is worth your time.

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I loved it :3

This was sent to me by a frien, and I immediately found it both challenging and fun, and couldn't get enough of it! I immediately had shared it with a lot of my friends, and they are enjoying it as we speak! I hope the trend continues and we just keep spreading it around like a 'good' kind of virus. This is so very fun. Please make more games ^.^


I love it how you managed to combine RPG, following a story, playing a party gaining experience, skills and equipment, with tower defense - and on a different map for each battle. This makes the game unique and much more interesting than the usual tower defense games (which I like nonetheless).

To make a long story short, I just finished the demo now and bought the full game :) To be continued on my PC...

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The price is a joke, right?

The gameplay seems cool although I did not get very far.

My gripe is with the pricing for the art style. It's very amateur. The style reminds me of freeware indie games like "Neophyte." The problem is that games like those were from the late 90s. There is no reason for UI and art style like this to be packaged with a game that is being sold for $7 bucks at a discount of $5. The gameplay may be great, but I really think you should work more on the visuals before expecting so much money for a FLASH game. For that price, you could purchase at least 3 iOS/Android games that are designed by professional teams and look beautiful.

Don't get me wrong, the gameplay seems cool and innovative at all. I just think the presentation and artwork need work. For example, from the looks of it the sprites have just one extra color of shading, and the rest are just single-color fills. The poses are sloppy and the cutscene art (while the scenes themselves are cool) are very amateur.

Even the UI is very "basic" and looks like it was just quickly done.

Sorry, for the amount you want for this game, I would expect you to have at least hired somebody to do better art. I would not have this concern if this were free or a buck.


..SOLD! This game is awesome! I only played for about 20 minutes before I decided to pick this thing up! Normally, I don't pay for digital media if I can avoid it, but this is SO worth the $5!

Can't wait for updates!

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i give the game a 7 because as it is, its a pretty tight game. obvious that a lot of work went into it. would i call the story "engaging?" no. did a great job coming up with some unique characters however i get more variety as far as customization while choosing breakfast cereals. ive payed better games for free though, and wouldnt end up paying for something this low quality. sorry

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Credits & Info

4.44 / 5.00

Jan 30, 2012
6:06 PM EST
Strategy - Tower Defense