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Main features:
• 24 playing scenes that will take you from desolate cemeteries and soggy marshes to ancient ruins and charred lands where the head of the enemy legions resides.
• 15 different kinds of skeleton warriors. Fight against the ancient Celts, Roman legionnaires, Vikings and Samurais... each with unique powers.
• 6 types of defense towers with 3 levels of specialization and blockades like barricades and exploding barrels.
• Dark Book with all the information on the various skeleton warriors, defense towers, bows, magic arrows, combat bracers and potions that you can use in the game.
• Spectacular high-definition 3D graphics that will no doubt immerse you in the battle.
• Over 25 badges to unlock by demonstrating your skill at annihilating skeletons.
• A treasure chest each time you make it through a scene and each time you level up. You will definitely have earned it!
• 2 levels of difficulty: rookie and hardcore.
• Superb original soundtrack.
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