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Goblin Defenders: Steel‘n’ Wood

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Tired of boring tower defense games? Goblin Defenders: Steel 'n' Wood breaks the mold with exciting and unique action! Why fight off enemies pouring in from one direction, like most other games, when you can battle hordes of monsters coming at you from all angles? That's what Goblin Defenders is all about!
Start with three guns capable of ripping through crowds of attackers and steadily upgrade your arsenal as the game progresses! But beware: the game gradually becomes more difficult as enemies approach from more and more directions! Your survival will depend on your ability to make the right choices when upgrading your weapons and towers. Ogres, spiders and evil spirits are coming for you, so answer their challenge in Goblin Defenders: Steel 'n' Wood!
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Alawar Entertainment
Alawar Entertainment, Alawar Entertainment, Inc
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Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7 or later
  • Processor: 1.6 GHZ processor
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: 256 MB video card, OpenGL 1.5 or later
  • DirectX: Version 8.1
  • Storage: 150 MB available space
  • Additional Notes: DirectX 8.1 or later
  • OS: Windows 7 or later
  • Processor: 3 GHZ processor or better
  • Memory: 2048 MB RAM
  • Graphics: 512 MB video card, OpenGL 1.5 or later
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 150 MB available space
  • Additional Notes: DirectX 9.0 or later
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Goblin Defenders: Steel‘n’ Wood reviews and comments

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A little nice classic Tower Defense Game. The Game can be played in a predetermined Window size or stretched to the whole Screen. It offers 10 small clear Cards that you can play in 2 Difficulty and an Endless mode. In addition to the varied Ground opponents, there are also flight Opponents who have their own Path. Some Levels are reminiscent of Fieldrunner 1, so you can freely build a Labyrinth For the ground Opponents, but at the same time you have to bring the Flight opponents down. Of the 10 Missions, No 8 was by Far the most difficult Because you build a spiral Maze, but the Towers mostly don't pay attention to the effective Path, just the air line to the Exit. This annoys on this Map and increased the Level Of difficulty. There are no Support Skills to intervene with (e.g. Meteorite Stroke). The Game is also available for Smartphones, On the PC Grinden is not necessary, you collect fast enough Diamonds to unlock Improvements. After Screen Shots, the Game crashed at me and had to be shot down manually. The Game saves automatically when you return to the Main Menu in a Level And can resume later. Verdict It's a nice little Game with only 10 Levels. The paid £2.09is fine. More Recommendations for Tower Defense Games: http://store.steampowered.com/curator/8896126-Gametests-and-Videos
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This Tower Defense Game is quite nice and very entertaining for a few Hours. At a reasonable Price for TD Friends definitely a Recommendation. The Game was ported from the Mobile Area to the PC. The Campaign has 10 Cards to play on Normal or Heavy, the latter is really bock-heavy, especially for 3-Star ratings. On some Maps there are fixed Paths, on others you can make a Maze yourself and set the Walkways. Very nice, so there is certainly something for every TD Lover. Each Card may also be played in Survival Mode. Crystal Collecting makes you feel Like, but unfortunately you unlocked all the Upgrades far too soon. I just saved up my Crystals and then bought all the Upgrades at once in one Go for little Crystals. Somehow I miss more Ways to get rid of my collected Crystals, so that the highest Degree Of Difficulty from Level 4 is feasible at least after a few Attempts. A few Upgrades for 10-20% more Damage or Range would do the Game well, then the Game would have been interesting for me in the long term to unlock all Achievements etc. The Graphics are quite normal for a Budget Game and unfortunately not in FullHD, the Card is a little zoomable, but not (always) on Full Screen. All in all, I had Fun with the Game. But as I said, for The Performance of all The Achievements I lacked motivation after a few Attempts, because the Levels were too fierce for me at the highest Degree of difficulty and I was able to unlock all The Upgrades right at the Beginning and get my Frustration through Wanted To avoid dozens of Reps on full level score etc. Fun: 7/10
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