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They'll never take our freedom!
If games like Kingdom Rush or Anomaly are of interest to you, or you're just curious about the whole tower defense genre, then 300 Dwarves might be something you'd consider picking up. However, unless you're looking for a very basic introduction to this sort of thing, it's probably best avoided in favor of something else. The game takes place in a fairly traditional fantasy universe where goblins, orcs, trolls, and of course, dwarves battle it perpetually for bragging rights. As the game's title suggests, you get to control the dwarves in this never-ceasing battle of wills and it's your job to protect your land and cities from the invading hordes. The gameplay is very much the same as every other tower defense title, and simply requires you to place various dwarven weapons of mass destruction at specified points on the various game maps in order to take out the oncoming warriors of the enemy, as they follow strict paths to your stronghold. There are more than thirty weapons to make use of, along with a similar number of enemies, each with their own behaviors, and which require cunning use of the right defenses in order to take them out. You've only got twelve maps to play through (plus a couple of bonus ones) and it's here that the game really suffers. It's not likely to take anyone very long to complete this, even a complete noob, while the gameplay is also a bit too simplistic and lacking in any features to make it stand out. The visuals are reasonable, but really there are better tower defense games out there.