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We shall not fall!
Kingdom Rush is an enjoyable and slick addition to the tower defense genre which is perfect for fans of the Anomaly series and other such games. It's got a nice mix of vibrant graphics and fast-paced strategic gameplay which combine to make an all-round decent experience. This one takes place in a fantasy-style world where you must defend your kingdom against the hordes of orcs, trolls, evil wizards and other such nasties that are threatening your borders. To help you out, you have a variety of towers and spells, each with their own unique upgrades and specializations, including sorcerers with earth elementals, mighty barbarians and forest rangers. There are also over 45 different enemies to tackle, each of which will require different tactics to defeat, as well as 7 massive boss fights, including the unstoppable Juggernaut and the fearsome Troll Warlord. There are also a couple of nice extras, including an encyclopedia with all the information on your towers, units and enemies, and a collection of the art work. As far as tower defense games go, this is perhaps one of the best out there. It's got everything you want from such a game, with its lovely vibrant visuals that bring the charming world to life and extensive range of options. The variety of towers, skills and enemies means that you're constantly being tested and have to come up with new strategies in order to succeed, and which gives the game a decent lifespan. There are occasionally frustrating spikes in difficulty but for the most part, this is a cracking little game.
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