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Evilot’s 50 levels are set up on a grid with your forces defending individual lanes from opponents racing towards the treasure piled high behind you. However, gameplay goes beyond the traditional “set it and forget it” tower defense mechanic with the addition of a puzzle-based level-up system. Place three units next to each other in a column or row and they combine to create a more powerful, leveled-up unit. Keep units tightly packed for more powerful upgrades, or spread them out for a weaker, but wider defensive spread. It’s a compelling twist on tower defense that is easy to play, yet difficult to master.

Players can expect:
Challenging, fast-paced gameplay
Unique puzzle defense mechanics and level-up system
50 levels across 5 diverse territories
15 playable defender units and 5 special summons
Original orchestral soundtrack specially composed for Evilot
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