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Submitted by TGR 631d ago | review

Defense Technica – Review (PC) | CriticalIndieGamer

(CriticalIndieGamer) Like many people, we grew up playing online flash tower defence games; most notable is probably balloon tower defence – which, if you have not played, you really, should! Tower defence games can be incredibly addictive and it pleases us to say that the same can be said for Defence Technica. Kuno Interactive have stayed true to the roots of the tower defence genre and have even added some up to date graphics and interesting game elements. No more shitty monkeys with their crappy darts, we now get mighty machine guns and fierce flamethrowers, what more can a guy want? Okay, naked ladies would be good too, but this is a game aimed at all ages people! (Defense Technica, PC) 8.5/10

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