Tower Defense Games

Nano Kingdoms 2 Joker’s Revenge – Sublime real-time strategy with battles, heroes, and magic

It’s hard enough defending a kingdom when it’s at full size, but what about one that’s tiny enough to be described as Nano Kingdom? Joker’s Revenge is your opportunity to find out just how difficult it can be to harvest resources and defend your castle whilst attempting to smash that of your enemies to the ground. Train troops, upgrade buildings, and utilise a variety of heroes with devastating spells to assert your dominance and to seek vengeance and give the Joker some of his own medicine. Continue Reading →

Viking Defense – Protect Your Viking Village

Vikings never really helped their reputation with all that raiding and pillaging, but their reputation isn’t likely to get any better with their conduct in Viking Defense, since Vikings are the perpetrators of get more destruction in this unusual take on the tower defense style of game. Defense of your tiny village from the swimming, flying and diving Vikings is essential in order to save the lives of its inhabitants from certain death at the hands of the Viking enemy. Strategic placement of towers and buildings in effective locations is the only way to stop the Vikings from making their way to the village and causing mayhem, and Iriysoft have made sure that stopping them requires as much as strategy and results in as much fun as is possible. Continue Reading →

Kingdom Rush Frontiers

The tower defense genre has a multitude of games: some of these blend into the background because they aren’t remarkable enough to be worth a mention, while a select few stand out and grab your attention, holding it until you have completed the game and are in want of a sequel. Kingdom Rush Frontiers is a member of the latter category of games, though almost all tower defense fans you talk to will say that it is actually one of the best tower defense games in existence. These people would be correct, because Kingdom Rush Frontiers offers the player everything that a sequel should have: improved features, new inclusions, and a maintaining of the aspects of the original that made it so incredible in the first place. Defending your kingdom may be tough, but there isn’t one second of the process that isn’t thoroughly enjoyable here, and you aren’t likely to disagree if you know what you’re talking about. Continue Reading →

Kingdom Rush Review

There isn’t a flash gamer on earth worth his pixels that hasn’t at least heard about Kingdom Rush. The original Kingdom Rush took the tower defense world by its collar and showed it and any doubters across the world that it could push the boundaries of flash-based entertainment by presenting us with an unreasonably addictive game that can make hours feel like minutes and make other flash games look like they were drawn with an unsharpened pencil, and all this without actually changing or substituting any aspects of the genre in any way. Continue Reading →