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Rating: 2.96/5 - 9185 Plays
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Genre: Tower Defense

Fight your way into the dungeon in this adventure quest styled towers defense game.




By now you know what it's like to be a Zombie...



-3 #5 fancykm 2012-07-03 06:03
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#4 Ragnar 2012-05-09 03:08
Fun and worth the play 3/5
+1 #3 Figsak 2012-04-27 23:39
Bonus points for absurdity, I do enjoy that.

This would be a bad and generic TD if not for the fun storyline and unique interface.

I enjoyed playing this.
+1 #2 fergusferret 2012-03-11 18:11
ok I have played this elsewhere and it is not too bad but it does kind of niggle a bit that you have a dwarf or 5 managing to make the place look untidy when you may just be trying to place a new character into a spot they are hiding as they try obliterating enemies at almost the same spot.

all in all a good tower defence game for all its flaws.

+1 #1 BDJ 2012-02-20 13:56
When I read the description of Defend Your Honor, I thought I had encountered an oxymoron. A TD game is, by nature, static; an adventure game is, by nature, dynamic. Being somewhat curious, I gave this game a-try to see how the developers would accomplish this combination of contrasting game-styles.

The object of the game is to return a Golden Walrus to the Walrus 'king'. To do so, you must pass through a series of doors to gather keys to unlock the guarded Walrus statues (4 of them). As you pass through each door, you encounter a path that you must defend leading either to a key or one of the statues. This is the TD aspect of the game.

The 'towers' are actually cute, anime-style (?) characters with different abilities. You start the game with a single Elven Mage (medium range airborne attack). As you progress through the game you are joined by a Dwarven Brawler (short range ground attack), then an Undead Cleric (boosts power and speed of allies), anTroll Rogue (long range air based attack), and finally a Human Bard (slows enemy progress).

As you earn $$ from each TD encounter, you can go back to The Shop and purchase up-to four more of any available character.

The TD encounters are challenging but balanced, and increase in difficulty as the party advances.

All-in-all, a 'standard' TD game. Nothin' to shout about, but no major complaints, either. ;-)

Rate: 3/5


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