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Elf Defense Eng iOS App Review

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Tower defense along with awesome HD graphics create a winning formula with Elf Defense Eng

Developer: Jellyoasis Inc
Price: $2.99/£1.99/download
Version: 1.0.1
Released: February 01, 2012
Size: 48.9 B
Rated: 4+

Our Ratings

Graphics/Sound: 5/5
User Interface: 4/5
Gameplay: 4.5/5
Re-use/re-play value: 4.5/5

Overall Rating: 4.5/5

Introduction

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We won’t ever tire of tower defense games, especially if developers like Jellyoasis develop anymore like Elf Defense Eng. Not only do the graphics engage you but the game-play is incredible, really addictive, but in a very good way.

Game-Play

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With over sixty levels you won’t complete this game in a hurry and you’ll be all the more pleased for that. It’s simple to learn and great fun to play, with one hundred different styles of enemy and sixteen achievements to unlock and all the while set in beautiful environments, including Fairy Forest, Desolate Desert and Frozen Arctic.

The game moves along swiftly and you’ll be pleasantly surprised at how quickly your score racks up, providing of course, that you have put your elves in the most effective spaces to ensure they cause maximum damage to as many humans and as quickly as possible. As your score races ahead you’ll be able to upgrade your elves with superpowers and in turn they will kill the enemy even faster with greater swiftness.

There’s plenty to enjoy and enthrall you in this game, from air attacks to big boss attacks all the while enabling you to collect formidable merciless warriors.

Objective

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Your objective in this game is to defend the elven homeland against the evil human oppressors. In order to achieve this, you need strategy and skill to outwit and dominate your enemy.

Conclusion

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This is a really excellent game and not just for tower defense fans, even for those who wouldn’t normally try this style of game we recommend that you do because once you do, you won’t want to stop.

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