Think you know tower defense? Think again.
Experience a new kind of Defense game with Defense Technica, featuring stunning 3D graphics and ground-breaking new features like path rotation, tower construction, tower upgrades, and card collection and combination!
Defense Technica is the ultimate 3D Tower Defense Game! Check out these groundbreaking features:
Apple App Store: http://m.com2us.com/r?c=4313
**Coming soon to Anrdoid
Path Rotation & Tower Building
- Build towers in strategic places to defend against incoming enemies, and rotate paths.
- Upgrade towers to increase striking power against the waves of incoming enemies.
- Defeat enemies to receive a variety of resources to upgrade your tower.
Collect & Combine Tower Cards
- Use the special upgrade card system to create your own unique cards and upgrades.
- Sell or combine unwanted cards to get new cards.
Ether Repair & Attack Items
- Later stages and waves have stronger enemies and continuous attacks.
- Use Ether items to annihilate enemies and to repair your core.
* Unsupported devices: iPhone 3GS, 3rd/4th Gen iPod Touch, iPad 1
* This game supports English, français, Deutsch, 한글, 中文 and 日本語.
This clip states "A revolution in 3D defence games"
There's some nice art, and a few seconds of gameplay which looks EXACTLY LIKE EVERY OTHER TOWER DEFENCE GAME.
Your game may be great, but if so this clip is doing nothing for your publicity.
Show me the revolution.
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