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X-Morph: Defense Is A Top-Down Shooter, Tower Defence Hybrid Blasting Onto Switch Next Month

Added: 24.01.2019 13:35 | 6 views | 0 comments


Role reversal.
is just under a month away from blasting onto the Switch's digital scene, and its premise and gameplay certainly look intriguing.
Blending top-down shooter gameplay with classic tower defence, this one has players taking control of an alien race, unleashing hell upon humans and conquering the Earth for a change. You'll need to steal resources, build mazes for incoming enemies, tear down buildings, and collapse bridges to support your defence, all while utilising a range of alien weapons and defence strategies.
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From: www.nintendolife.com

Mortal Kombat 11: Full Tower Match Gameplay in 4K 60 FPS

Added: 21.01.2019 18:00 | 3 views | 0 comments

While learning the new move sets we hop into a tower match and complete it to see what happens if you're victorious.

From: www.ign.com

Prime World: Defenders impresses - if you have good eyes!

Added: 20.01.2019 5:22 | 4 views | 0 comments


Tower Defense games are always popular and this is a UWP version for all Windows 10 computers and phones - it's not new, but it was highlighted over the weekend by MyAppFree and it's well worth a look. It's characterised by amazingly detailed (and colourful) graphics, beautiful animation and a good stereo soundtrack. In fact, it's almost the perfect tower defense game, but there's a catch. Because the graphics are designed around devices like the Surface Go and Surface Pro, they all look a bit small on the Windows 10 Mobile phone screen. Not unplayable, but let's just say that the better your eyesight the better!

From: allaboutwindowsphone.com

Enjoy Portable Co-Op Tower Defence When Defense Grid 2 Comes To Switch Next Month

Added: 16.01.2019 16:15 | 7 views | 0 comments


With 'Aftermath' expansion included.
Tower defence-strategy title launches on Nintendo Switch early next month, it has been confirmed.
This new edition of the game (it originally launched on other platforms back in 2014) combines the base game with the five-mission expansion 'DG2: Aftermath' which was previously only available in VR. You'll therefore have dozens of maps and hundreds of tower defence missions to complete while simultaneously going for top spot on the leaderboards.
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From: www.nintendolife.com

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