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Battle for Darkness

rated 4.13 / 5 stars
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Jan 22, 2013 | 7:49 AM EST

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First Blood 5 Points Kill one realm unit
Golden Hammer 5 Points Kill 10 units with your Goblin Warriors while the Gold Digger skill is active
Detonator 10 Points Kill 15 units with your Goblin Kamikazes
EvilSmith 10 Points Get one of your battalions fully upgraded
Fearless 10 Points Charge the enemy 15 times
Ranged Support 10 Points Kill 50 units with your Archers, Chamans or Dark Mages
A Good Start 25 Points Reach 500 feet no later than day 10
Death from Above 25 Points Kill 30 units with the Apocalypse special skill
Demoniac 25 Points Kill 50 units with your Demon
Necromancer 25 Points Ressurect 10 Underworld Fighters
Under the Rain 25 Points Kill 40 units while the Black Rain skill is active
Tactician 50 Points Reach 1000 feet no longer than day 25
Upgrade Complete 50 Points Get your entire army fully upgraded
Victory 50 Points Complete the game
Annihilation 100 Points Complete the game no later than day 45

Author Comments

*** Victory screen glitch has been fixed

Command your Evil hordes in a epic battle to defeat the armies of the Realm and the mighty Titan.

- Use your units unique special skills
- Drag and drop unit icons to change formation lines
- Upgrade your army between battles



Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Its a cool game, but it does gets boring when you play it for a longer time...


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I like the overall gameplay but I believe it would be a better game if you added more strategy to it aside from only being able to move battalions back and forth. Perhaps add spells you could purchase? It would give the player more to do during the waves as well as implement a more strategical gameplay by allowing the playerwhen to use the spells, as well as the unit specific skills.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Not bad, but a note is that if you return to camp during a siege, it will reset your last purchases.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I liked the theme of monsters vs humans. The game is a bit too grindy for my taste. It would be cooler if we could customize our own army rather than just buying everything. Because the prices are set up so that you basically have to buy everything, or grind until you have ridicilous amounts of money saved up if you want to skip units.


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Its an ok game, but feels a bit too automatic, sure theres some actual gameplay in knowing when to move different lines backwards or forwards (something which I feel needs to be more clearly pointed out in the tutorial, for the longest time I didn't realize you COULD move your lines about mid game).

Also Charging should be the default move state, your going to be charging more than your not so it should be slowing down that is the choice (so if you really want to wait for a skill to charge).

Final point is money rate, it feels rather slow to the point where you end up throwing your self against the same wave you know your not going to get past multiple times just to afford the unit and upgrades that will allow you to progress, which sort of makes the progression a bit jarring.

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