Lich Defense – Gaming App Review


A seemingly typical Tower Defense game, with a difference.



Category: Games
Released: October 23, 2012
Version: 1.1.4
Size: 82.5 MB
Developer: Jellyoasis Inc

Our Ratings
Graphics/Sound: 4/5
User Interface: 4/5
Gameplay: 4/5
Re-use/play value: 4/5
Overall Rating: 4/5
Price: Free/download – Temporarily

What Is It?



A typically addictive Tower Defense game with great graphics and awesome gameplay.

Is It Easy To Use?



Yes, very, just keep on putting objects or good guys in the way of the bad guys, you’re playing at the Lich King and defending your tower from all evil that might escape.

Is It Fun?



Very much so, the monotony of many Tower Defense games is not as apparent in this mainly because the story line and game play is very different and very strategic. The difficulty keeps increasing and therefore your interest is maintained and sharpened.

Should You Download It?


There are 60 quests and we think this will keep the most avid gamer happily addicted for quite a while. The controls and user interface are good, navigation is a breeze. The graphics are good and pleasing.

The game itself is currently free, previously it was marked up as $1.99/£1.49. There are in-app purchases to help accelerate you through the game, although if you’re more patient you can wait for it to build up more slowly and naturally.

This is an excellent game and as long as you’re aware that there are in-app purchases and you’re fine with that, then yes, don’t hesitate. Download it now while it’s free and check it out.

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