Warzone Tower Defense Review & Guide

Enjoyable Challenge

What we did not mention, is that Warzone Tower Defense offers plenty of serious fun. That being said, if military themed combat is not your cup of tea, you might want to try a different game. On the other hand, if you appreciate missiles, cannon fire and massive lasers blowing up wave after wave of enemy vehicles, then this is a great game choice for you. As we keep mentioning, the waves are endless –that means that somehow, sometime in the game, you will eventually get run over by the enemy and you will lose. There is no victory condition in the game, just a scaling of how long you managed to survive and how much points you managed to earn.

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Just Dance 3

Time and time again when I come to reviewing musical input games it seems that the only smart console of choice seems to be the Xbox (the 360, One, it doesn’t matter: so long as it is Kinect Compatible), because the Kinect system of input feels the most natural of all the consoles since you can dance freely without holding a controller in your hand. Perhaps one of the greatest examples of a series that best demonstrates the capabilities of the Kinect system is that of Just Dance, an outrageously colourful and hugely mainstream affair that involves dancing the night away in front of the screen not so much for points or any bragging rights but simply because it is fun and makes a change from sitting in front of the computer and doing absolutely nothing.

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Jacob and the Magic Piano Flash Game

Though music games can be a fairly enjoyable experience, their tendency to always come in pretty much the same format without fail can make them a little dull over time. That isn’t to say that console games like Rock Band or Guitar Hero are tedious themselves, but their almost identical format soon becomes a little bit repetitive and leaves you yearning for something just a little bit different to entertain you.

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BBC Maestro

While music games can come in all sorts of forms, it is unfortunate that the only incarnation that became truly popular is that of the relatively basic rhythm-based game, namely games like Guitar Hero or the flash-based Santa Rockstar Metal Xmas series. If you look a little deeper into the music game world however, you will discover that there is a significant quantity of games with much more inventive and interesting formats, and more importantly, games which offer up a variety of music wider than simply heavy metal or guitar-centric pieces. Many of us are unlikely to have come across a game which gives us control over a full orchestra however, which is why it is recommended that you check out Maestro, a full-on orchestra-conducting skill game.

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Notessimo – Music Composition through a Game

Making music is probably one of the most rewarding and entertaining pastimes you can possibly fill your day with. Whether it is composing your own completely original piece from scratch using nothing but the instruments you have at your disposal or simply laying down your own interpretation of someone else’s song, the finished product Is invariably satisfying and brings with it a sense of accomplishment.

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Help the Claustrophobic Cat in Mimou Escape

Face it, even though they may behave for your sake, cats don’t particularly like being locked up in portable carriers. In Mimou Escape, you control a fluffy feline locked within the confines of a padlocked pet carrier. Now how does a cute, harmless kitty escape? With tools and hidden messages of course.

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Pokédex iOS Review

With so many Pokémon from five generations currently in the Pokémon world, it can be quite hard to keep track of the entire 649. There are just too many in each generation alone to remember, let alone the entire collection, with their individual levels of evolution, move-sets, strengths, weaknesses, and other variables that make each of them unique. A significant part of the strategy in Pokémon is also knowing as much as possible about your opponent so that you can choose a Pokémon that has the advantage. Pokédex for iOS is a handy collection of all the creature-related information that you are likely to need for your Pokémon adventures, and all wrapped up in an attractive, officially-licensed app for the iOS.

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Angry Birds Space: This is a Space Game Not Just by Name

The game has a whole new approach because it is set in outer space. Gravity now plays an even more vital role in this and the game makers have manipulated the mechanics of the game to follow the science of gravity in space. The trajectory path of the birds takes a whole new behavior. In most of the levels, mini planets are present and the gravity of each of them affect the path of the birds. The dots that appear just before the birds are launched show their projected path from that angle. Those dots prove very helpful in formulating strategies for the game. There are also red arrows present on the mini planets that point to the recommended direction of the path of the birds to strike more pigs and induce more damage.

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Demolition Dude: Have a Smashing Time with Bob The Demolition Man!

Demolition Dude is an awesome physics game that is full of fun while fulfilling the destructive side of nature in a hilarious way. Poor old Bob! He took out a loan to buy his demolition equipment but found that he couldn’t keep up the repayments. Its an all too familiar story in these hard pressed times. Bob sold his equipment to pay off the loan but then how would he make a living? How could he once again do the job he loved and adored? Simple he will demolish everything in sight until the earth is flattened! You didn’t expect that one did you?

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Cargo Bridge: Will You Get The Workers Across?

I cant say bridge construction and design was ever an ambition of mine. After playing the great physics game Cargo Bridge I am glad that I never ventured down that road as building bridges is definitely not my thing. I designed some good sturdy looking contraptions when playing Cargo Bridge but I am sorry to say I lost a good deal of my workforce in the process. My bridges swayed in the breeze rather like the new London Footbridge did before the designers sorted it out. See how you fair by playing Cargo Bridge the fun bridge building release from Limex Games.

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Blow Things Up 2! Lets Get These Evil Creatures!

Blow Things Up 2 is the much anticipated follow up game to the original Blow Things Up that proved to be a very popular game when it was released in 2010. As with the previous edition you are tasked with blowing up all your on screen enemies in a really amusing way. Fans of the original edition will not be disappointed in Blow Things Up 2, quite the contrary they will become addicted to it just like the first game.

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Balance Those Smiley Blocks in Super Stacker 2

Super Stacker 2 is a platform stacker game that is a worthy sequel to the original Super Stacker in every way. Fans of this genre will find this game ranges from relatively easy to extremely difficult making it enjoyable to play while being a challenge. There have been many stacking games released in the past but none that compare in my opinion to Super Stacker 2.

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Treasure Seekers: Vision of Gold Walkthrough

For anyone who has played one of the many treasure seekers games you will no doubt agree they are a fine collection of hidden object and mystery games. But sometimes they can be a bit overwhelming to complete and therefore a decent walkthrough is always welcome! This is why I decided to share one with you below, enjoy and I hope it helps you out…

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Bubble Game Fun on the Webn

Puzzle bobble (known as busta move in Japan) is a classic arcade game by Taito. It features the two dragons from Taito’s bubble bobble.

Instead of bub and bob bouncing around platforms and blowing bubbles at all kinds of strange looking monsters, the two dragons control a bubble canon. The aim is to fire the bubble canon at the group of bubble like gems stuck to the ceiling and to clear all those gems. To do so you must match three of a kind like in many other gem games such as bejeweled and columns.

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Scottaholics Unite: A Scott Pilgrim vs. the World Avatar Creator Review

Ready to make an avatar of epic proportions? If so, make way for the Scott Pilgrim vs. the World Avatar Creator. Normally, we would shy away from avatar creators based on an animated cartoon or comic, after all, the presets are often focused on recreating the series’ characters than the player’s own creations. But there is truly something about the Scott Pilgrim avatar maker –it stands out by letting you have plenty of choices. It has enough identity to provide a player with a real personalized avatar, but it also keep true to the spirit of the show, maintaining each creation as a cohesive addition to the series.

For the uninitiated, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World is a zany movie chock-full of geek references. The graphic novel series it was based on spans six volumes and is created by Canadian Cartoonist Bryan Lee O’Malley. It is about 22-year-old Sex Bob-omb bass guitarist Scott Pilgrim who falls madly in love with Ramona Flowers. Throughout the course of the comic, Scott Pilgrim battles Ramona’s “seven evil exes”, all the while dealing with his own life drama. Specifically, he has to meet the demands of his band and figuring out where he stands with his 17-year-old “Scottaholic” girlfriend, Knives Chau.

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Bird Pax: Clever, Bite-sized Card Fun

Card games never really go out of style. They are a versatile, ever evolving form of entertainment for children and adults alike. If you are one of those people who enjoy a satisfying card game or two during your coffee break, then Bird Pax may be right up your alley.

Brought to us by the people at KnowIn Games, Bird Pax gives a unique spin to ranking card games of old. In this variation, you are given a deck of bird themed cards, each with a corresponding wingspan value. You will keep a set number of six cards, automatically drawn from your face down virtual deck. Trump your opponent’s throw by throwing cards with greater wingspan and you gain back your cards and their cards which are in play. The person who gains almost all of the cards wins the match.

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An Afternoon of Mental Calisthenics: 3 Slice

For many years, it has been stipulated and proven that interactive media can serve as a powerful tool not only for learning and entertainment, but also for keeping one’s senses sharp. What is actually surprising is the fact that this has not been taken much advantage of –and this is one facet that 3 Slice takes full advantage of: a flash game that is not only fun to play, but one that allows you to think outside the box in order to solve the puzzles.

What makes 3 Slice stand out over many other flash mind-games is the full reliance on the medium itself: you cannot have it on another format. The block game is simple, there are red shapes on the screen that you must send to the bottom. To do so, you must utilize a maximum of three slices and the power of gravity (like how cutting a box with a slanted cut will slide the top part). Of course, unlike sodoku, tangrams and other traditional mental puzzles, 3 Slice can only be played on flash.

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