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Submitted by JamesMuse 479d ago | review

Review: Tabletop Defence - Game Muse

While tower defence games are commonplace on iOS devices, many fall into the trap of adding an increasing amount of unnecessary features and gimmicks to the point of becoming cumbersome and downright convoluted to play. Thankfully German based developers Immanitas Entertainment (Frozen Hearth, Shadows on the Vatican) have taken the genre back to its roots and proven the old adage true; "if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it" with their new release of Tabletop Defence. (iPad, iPhone, Tabletop Defence) 3.5/5

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