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Royal Revolt II brings new momentum to the Tower Defense genre. Royal Revolt! reversed the tower defense genre by putting players in the role of the attacker instead of defender. The successor also brings a unique innovation to the genre. For the first time, players take on both roles, attacking and defending. In impressive 3D players can now set up their own castles and build extensive defenses with walls, traps and powerful towers. All this can be easily created with a few touches using the new intuitive construction mode.
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