Perhaps one of the greatest tower defense games of all time, Pokémon Tower Defense brings Pokémon to the table and pours over some rich and tasty tower defense sauce. The resulting combination is a wonderful mix of flavourful catching of Pokémon, succulent training, and some mouth-watering battles. Sprinkled with a touch of hacks, PTD becomes Pokémon Tower Defense Hacked, which is in fact the tastiest dish that goes down more easily than the original.
Pokémon training is simultaneously one of the greatest gifts and most magnificent curses of the entire Pokémon experience as while it can be extremely fun, it is also incredibly costly in terms of time. Pokémon Tower Defense 2 Hacked serves to eliminate the effort that traditionally goes in to training your Pokémon and also gives you a number of other advantages along the way.
A seamless merging of tower defense and all things Poké, Pokémon Tower Defense 2 is an incredibly entertaining experience that allows you to capture and battle Pokémon in the guise of the tower defense format.
From the outset, it is clear that Kingdom Rush is more than just a tower defense game: its fantastically-illustrated appearance, light-hearted style and provision for enemies and upgrades makes it a unique title in a world where tower defense games are a dime a dozen.
“Kingdom Rush 2”, “Kingdom Rush: The Sequel”, ” Kingdom Rush: Frontiers”, or “when on earth is this game finally going to land?”: call it what you will, this spring looks to be the rough section of the 2013 calendar in which Ironhide Studios are going to lay down the sequel to the stylish, addictive, and insanely popular Kingdom Rush. Oh, and it’s definitely called Kingdom Rush: Frontiers, by the way. Labels feel like such a minor issue however considering the level of anticipation that the teaser trailer for the game has already sparked and also the widespread popularity of the original title. Add to this anticipation a series of tantalising leaks, speculation, and officially-released previews that are making fans of the game around the world salivate with expectation, and you have the ingredients for an epic sequel just waiting to be baked to perfection. To quell this anticipation, I have compiled a handy few paragraphs of information, speculation, and hopes for this long-delayed title.
Building a city and managing its resources is just a start in this innovative real-time strategy game where you must establish, run, defend, and expand your very own settlement and guide it from the Stone Age to the High Middle Ages.
Take control of a variety of monkeys in an attempt to pop all of the balloons in sight by carefully placing and upgrading some dart-throwing primates in this quirky credit to the tower defense genre.
POK ÉMON. Yes, that’s right, Pokémon! Look at all the Pokémon with all their different types, colours, strengths, weaknesses and ridiculous speech that consists of them just saying their own names over and over! Pi-ka, Pi-ka, (and I think I know where this is going), Pi-ka-chu! It’s ok, I haven’t lost my mind, and contrary to what the previous sentences may lead you to believe, I am let’s say enthusiastic about pretty much all things Pokémon; not so much about the mystery dungeon spin-off games, though, which I feel are the gaming equivalent of watching an episode of The Big Bang Theory, or equivalences aside, the developers are simply putting their middle fingers two inches from your face in the knowledge that they don’t even have to try and fans will still eat up any sub-standard drivel that they will release. You know what isn’t sub-standard in any way at all though? Pokémon Tower Defense 2, that’s what. A brilliant game mixing the genres of tower defense and Poké-RPG, I’m of the opinion that this constantly-evolving game will one day have a sequel, so here are a few naughty ideas concerning what we’d like to see in advance of this wonderful day.