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Depending upon the map, enemies are coming from one or more directions and you will be taken through nine different maps and thirty different levels alternating from day to night with three levels of difficulty: Easy, Medium and Hard. Towers are used to support defenders or just to slow down the enemies and may be placed almost anywhere on the field. A line of towers may be created to force the land enemies to go around them, creating more strategy. Monsters are the real stars of this game. The appearance of the monsters typically happens in waves and each map may contain more than one source of monsters. The player can control or block the advance of the horde by placing obstacles in the territory but this is not going to work with flying monster such as the ghost for example that can not be hindered.
-26 Levels of real fun and strategy.
- A big Family of Villagers. Farmer, Hunter, Old Grandma, Fire Eater, Gipsy.
- 10 types of towers, each with unique features.
- 10 Monsters to fight
- 9 Beautiful Maps, Granny's farm, The Mill, The crossroad, Gunter's hut, The circus, The dry river, The island, The village.
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