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As the levels progress and more enemies are vanquished, the players will earn extra funds; but it’s up to them to make the right decisions about which towers to place where and which upgrades to purchase in order to stop the ever more challenging waves of armored buggies, tanks and planes. With each unit that makes it through the player’s defenses, the player will lose a life, receive less money and lower scores. If 10 lives are lost the player will have to restart the level and rethink his strategy.
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