In case you missed our previous coverage (shame on you), Toy Rush is a combination of tower defense and tower offense, with players collecting cards from packs in order to earn toys to send after other players or to earn new defensive towers. 50 solo missions will also be available so that players may hone their skills, and there will be daily challenges to complete for bonus rewards, but the real point behind all of it is to take on your friends in glorious toy-based combat.
Toy Rush should be coming to the US App Store next month for free.
11 bit studios has announced its upcoming title, Anomaly Defenders. The game will be the final installment in its Anomaly series of tower offense games.
Anomaly Defenders will be a unique shift, in that the aliens are the attacked party and humans need to be neutralized. The developer refers to the game as the “first ever Reverse Tower Offense game.” It will entail making tactical decisions in real time. Towers have different abilities, and units react to different towers in different ways.
There will be 24 levels with adjustable levels of difficulty. Anomaly Defenders is due out later this Spring.
Posted by Jeff Scott on January 23rd, 2014 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
In a surprise release from developers Limbic Software, the followup to the massive hit TowerMadness has just been released. TowerMadness 2 builds on the original which was released way back in July, 2010, with updated graphics, all new levels, weapons, enemies, and characters. Basically the only things it shares with the original are the name and that it’s a tower defense game. And who doesn’t love a tower defense game?
The game is out now and is a $4.99 Universal app. We’ll have a review up as soon as we get a good chance to put the game through it’s paces. For now this video will have to do.