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Submitted by Didi 929d ago | review

Defender's of Ardania review, by Gamer's Intuition

You can deploy groups of five units at a time, choosing from different types of unique attack, defense and speed abilities. Simultaneously, you must make sure that your base is protected by placing towers that will attack enemy units as they come into range. You will also learn how important placement is, by building towers on higher ground or using walls to block off paths and redirect the enemy towards your structures. Later on you also learn about the effects of upgrades, magic spells and resources, which adds a few RTS elements to the game, without making them too prominent. (Defenders of Ardania, Xbox 360) -

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