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Kingdom Rush Vengeance Update Guide 3 - What you need to know about the Halloween Update

Posted by Campbell Bird on October 24th, 2019

Kingdom Rush: Vengeance now has gotten three updates. It started with the Subaquatic Menace back in February, followed by The Frozen Nightmare in May. And just yesterday, a Halloween update went live featuring three new stages, four new enemies, a premium hero, and a premium tower.

After playing through this latest update, I can safely say it’s the most satisfying content addition to the game so far. Read on for why that is.

Kingdom Rush Vengeance guide - Is the Subaquatic Menace Update Worth It?

Posted by Campbell Bird on February 28th, 2019

Kingdom Rush Vengeance recently added more content to its already pretty packed tower defense game. This update, called Subaquatic Menace, promises more levels, heroes and towers for you to play with.

For fans of Kingdom Rush Vengeance, this is much welcome news, but this update might not exactly be all it’s cracked up to be. After playing through all of the content that Subaquatic Menace has to offer, I can confidently say it won’t sell you on the game if you haven’t already picked it up, and its additions will only make a big difference to diehard completionists.

Kingdom Rush Vengeance review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Campbell Bird on November 22nd, 2018
Our rating: starstarstarstarhalfstar :: VENGEANCE AND VILLAINY
Kingdom Rush is back, and badder than ever.
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Iron Marines guide - Is the new update worth it?

Posted by Campbell Bird on September 27th, 2018

When Iron Marines released around this time last year, I lauded it as one of the best real-time strategy games on mobile, and I still stand by that. The game wasn’t perfect by any means, as it had a relative lack of content and a weird mircotransaction model that felt unnecessary, but it was still a near-perfect execution on how to streamline a genre onto mobile.

This week, Iron Marines dropped a new update that added a bunch of free content to the game. In light of this news, I wanted to take a new look at Iron Marines and assess whether this update makes the game worth jumping into if you decided to skip it initially.

Iron Marines review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Campbell Bird on September 14th, 2017
Our rating: starstarstarstarhalfstar :: STREAMLINED STARCRAFT
Iron Marines may just be the best real-time strategy game on the App Store.
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Ironhide finally gives us an Iron Marines update

Posted by Jessica Famularo on January 26th, 2017

Many were wondering what had happened to Ironhide Game Studio's upcoming RTS, Iron Marines, which was announced a year ago (though production began a year before that). People got especially antsy as Ironhide announced a new Kingdom Rush game earlier this week. Had the project been scrapped in favor of the developer's well-established franchise?

As it turns out, development on Iron Marines is well underway. Ironhide shared a minute-long look at Iron Marines' gameplay. The video (above) showcases a beta build of the game, featuring what a match might look like. There's a lot of what you might expect from a game of this nature -- base building, some deep strategy, and a variety of units. It all looks very smooth, though, and the cartoony artistry of the hand-drawn graphics are a refreshing touch.

The team is hard at work and pushing for a final release. In a blog post, the team mentioned that they've just completed their first beta, which was a solid success. Ironhide expects Iron Marines to be the first game they publish this year, launching sometime mid-2017.

Are you excited forIron Marines? Do you think it will live up to the incredible success ofKingdom Rush? Share your thoughts in the comments!

Ironhide Game Studio prepares for a busy year; announces a new Kingdom Rush game

Posted by Jessica Famularo on January 24th, 2017
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad

Kingdom Rush breathed fresh life into the tired tower defense genre way back in 2012. The game was a robust challenge that somehow managed to lift you up, rather than leaving you feeling crushed and hopeless. The rich array of unit types and towers made it one of the most elaborate mobile games of its time. Naturally with its quick rise to fame, many follow-ups would be made, the last of which, Kingdom Rush: Frontiers, launched in summer 2016.

New Tower Defense Game, Kingdom Rush: Origins, is Available Today

Posted by Jessica Fisher on November 20th, 2014
iPad App - Designed for iPad
Our rating: starstarstarstarblankstar :: JUST AS GOOD AS BEFORE :: Read Review »

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.

Halloween - Kingdom Rush Frontiers Gets Spooky New Content, Adds New Stages, Enemies, and Heroes

Posted by Andrew Stevens on October 31st, 2013
iPad App - Designed for iPad
Our rating: starstarstarstarhalfstar :: MORE OF THE SAME :: Read Review »

Who's ready for some Halloween Kingdom Rush Frontiers content? Well, there are three new stages full of spooky dudes for players to battle against. This includes nine new enemy types like ghouls, ghosts, werewolves, and vampires! There are even two new heroes to help battle the new enemies: Dante the Vampire Slayer and Bonehart the Undead Skeletal Dragon. Defeat these eerie new enemies and earn some new achievements along the way!

Kingdom Rush Updates With Two News Stages and Heroes, Five New Enemies and a Boss

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!

Rising Tides Hit Kingdom Rush Frontiers

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!

Kingdom Rush: Frontiers HD Review

iPad App - Designed for iPad
By Rob Rich on June 6th, 2013
Our rating: starstarstarstarhalfstar :: MORE OF THE SAME
Sometimes more *is* better.
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Tower Defense Superstar, Kingdom Rush, Goes Free Today Only

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!

Of other noteworthy news, a free Kingdom Rush comic is out, and the game is also now on Steam Greenlight. Hooray!