Calling All Kingdoms:
Want to know why we’re calling it “one of the better tower defense games in recent times?” Check out our Kingdom Rush Origins review.
Easily one of the better tower defense games in recent times, Kingdom Rush Origins HD is a very enjoyable experience. While you might feel like an old hand at it, this might also be your first foray into the series. Either way, we’ve got some helpful tips and tricks to hopefully ensure that your success.
Duking it Out
A lot of the strategy behind winning at Kingdom Rush Origins HD is knowing how to use choke points.
Every level has one or more choke point – an area where the enemy is funneled through and is more open to attack, usually because of the environment around them. Figure each of them out and focus on using it to your advantage.
One good way of using a choke point to your advantage is to create a blockade of an archer tower along with a melee tower.
Archers are good at dishing out the damage but they’re too easy to get away from on their own. Combine them with a melee tower, however, and the ground troops slow the enemy down, enabling your archers to pick them off.
Posted by Jessica Fisher on November 20th, 2014 iPad Only App - Designed for iPad
Kingdom Rush: Origins is a prequel to the popular Kingdom Rush by Ironhide Game Studio. The game adds new towers, heroes, levels, and enemies to the world, as well as over 70 unique achievements and three difficulty modes.
You get to control one of nine unique heroes including Prince Denas the Knight, Arivan the Battlemage, or the wizard Vez’nan before he decided to join the forces of evil. The game pits you against the Dark Elf Army, which has over 30 new enemy types including gnoll, baldersnatch, evil spider, and dark elf warrior. You’ll be able to defend against them with the eight new towers that are available.
The is a ton of new stuff to try out, so download Kingdom Rush: Origins for the iPhone for $2.99 and for the iPad HD for $4.99 from the App Store today.
Ironhide Game Studio has unveiled that the latest entry in their popular tower defense series Kingdom Rush, entitled Kingdom Rush: Origins, will launch on iOS next week. Alongside this announcement, you can take a look at a hands-on video from our partners in crime over at AppSpy (below).
Kingdom Rush: Origins is set to launch onto the App Store next Thursday, 11/20.
Posted by Andrew Stevens on October 3rd, 2013 iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad
Ready for some more action defense gameplay? Kingdom Rush just unleashed two new stages to face-off against the demon hordes and five new enemies from the netherworld, including fire hurling Flareons and The Cerberus. There are also two new heroes and a boss fight for players to experience. Get to it!
Posted by Rob Rich on August 2nd, 2013 iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad
The sea devils are running amok in Kingdom Rush Frontiers‘ latest (and free) update, titled Rising Tides. Players can look forward to dominating three new maps, fending off six new enemy types, and calling upon two new heroes: Karkinos the Crab Man general and Kutsao the monk.
Ironhide Game Studios’ latest batch of content is available right now, ye land-lubber!
Posted by Andrew Stevens on March 21st, 2013 iPad Only App - Designed for iPad
Popular tower defense title, Kingdom Rush, has been hit hard by a “Winter Storm” in its latest update. You must now defend the winter wonderland while playing in new snow covered stages. In addition, the update has a new Hard Mode to increase the difficulty. You can get the update now, for free, right on the app store.
Posted by Rob LeFebvre on December 18th, 2012 iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad
Editor’s Choice tower defense game, Kingdom Rush, is now completely free for the rest of the day. If you love tower defense games, you’ll love Kingdom Rush, so get on over to the App Store right now and save three bucks for this fantastic game!
Now, iPhone owners get to enjoy that level of addiction with the release of Kingdom Rush for iPhone! Priced at $0.99, the game pits heroes against hordes of orcs, trolls, evil wizards and more. Fortunately, a plethora of towers and spells will help players in their quest to defeat such evil.
Typical tower defense tropes are in there with special abilities to unlock, new tower types and the choice of upgrading them. 50 achievements to unlock and many boss battles to compete in will keep players hooked for a long time to come.
With a cartoon fantasy style, optimized for retina displays, Kingdom Rush should prove to enthrall everyone who downloads it.
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