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Medieval Defenders

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Defend your ancestral castle – show the invader who the master is! Build towers, save money, train your spells, and your enemy will be vanquished.

The middle ages was a dark time. Every neighbor wants to encroach on the lands you rightfully own. Don't give your enemies reason to think that you're weaker than them!

Defend your castle against the incursions of your warlike neighbors! You have cannon towers, money, effective spells and your own strategic reasoning at your disposal! 40 levels of varying diffculty, unique units, and 12 types of towers and buildings. The course of the battle depends only on you!

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  • 40 levels of varying difficulty;
  • 2 unique locations;
  • many different creatures;
  • 12 types of towers and buildings;
  • effective magic;
  • entertaining dynamic gameplay.
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Age rating
10+ Everyone 10+

System requirements for PS Vita

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP SP3 or later
  • Processor: 1500 MHz
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 131 MB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Old school
Completed a level without improving towers.
Merciless Warrior
Destroyed 20,000 enemies throughout the entire game.
The Armorer
Placed all types of towers accessible in the episode on a single tile.
Scorge of the enemy
Used bonuses 10 times on a single level.
Ideal Defender
Collected 10,000 coins in a single level.
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Medieval Defenders reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Deutsch
Attention Short Review and Warning! Medieval Defenders presents itself first as a normal Tower defense game! Hordes of Enemies flit across the Field and through all sorts of different Towers they have to be stopped. Over Time, the various Towers can be further upgraded and thus become stronger and increase their Range, but only if you master the Levels and invest your points in the Expansion of your Towers. The Game appears unfinished by some Bugs, although it is no longer in the Early Access. In the Game, additional Potions are offered by Money that cannot be purchased!! If you accidentally Press on such an Offer, this will lead to the Crash. Normal Handling can also cause the crash from time to Time. Well juti, then just restart and move on. Fortunately, the last Game score is saved. Overall, though, the Game is okay, if you get away with it, the Medieval Defenders just crashes from time to time. Some parts in the Game itself are not translated, which does not take away the Joy of the Game itself and is nevertheless self-explanatory, since the Game principle of a TD game is basically clear. Due to the Mistakes in the Game, I do NOT MAKE any Recommendation here. The Game is only worthwhile if it is cheap to dust off, for example in the Sale. Otherwise the Fingers of it, it borders on Scam to offer unfinished Games for Purchase!!! And usually something like that has to be boycotted!
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Nice Tower Defense Game. It plays like all the Games in this Series. The Towers and Units are always the same or similar, as are the Maps. I'm sure I've played the Game more or less identically, but as a paid Game version. What's different here now is the Fact that you've made it a PAY TO-WIN Title. The Fact is, you only have one Degree of Difficulty left and you only get Points for the Leveling of your Towers and Special Abilities. A Replay gives you no more Points. Otherwise, you could play the higher Difficulty Of the old Cards in order to unlock more Points and thus Upgrades for later. That is now the End of it. Anyone who, like me, holds on to a Level at some point, has to forcibly earn more Points with Real Money. There is actually no objection to this, because the Manufacturers also want to make Money. Stud I only find it that you can hardly estimate how much Money you have to spend on it in the End. If you don't have super levelt and perfect Strategies at hand, you will surely have to put one or the Other Euro more into play and end up paying more than with a One-off Payment. Everyone has to decide that for themselves. I played as far as it was possible for free and that goes on. Since the Game is actually very fun, it also gets a justified Thumbs up from me like the Manufacturer's other Games.
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