Review Tower Defense 2
Unusual genre iconic 3D game
Author: Evgenii Kostrov
Date: 07 Aug 2012, tested on Samsung i9100 Galaxy S II
Tower Defense 2 is a chic game of the same name of the genre, in which you will keep the defense of your castle from enemy raiders Let salivating for your gold. Game in the first place will amaze you with its graphics. The entire game world is made in 3D, but the playing field is so big that it has to move around with the analog joystick.
As in any such game, you'll have a few types of towers. Some of them can only infantry assault, other towers should be used to destroy air targets, while others cope with those with the other, but a little smaller than the previous two types of power towers. Again, each of the towers can be installed either to sell or to increase the power and attack range, and for a fairly nominal fee.
Another unusual innovation that you will meet in this game is the ability to take control of each tower over. To do this, simply double-click on a tower, and a joystick that is responsible for moving the playing field begins to be responsible for aiming, and the left side of the screen there is a button in the form of a shield, which is responsible for the firing of guns managed. This type of control tower is much more complicated than it seems at first sight, because you have to shoot ahead of the curve and consider the trajectory of the projectile, and the speed of the enemy units.
ResumeAs mentioned above, the graphics in this game is amazing, but because it is on most Android-devices sometimes there are pretty strong braking. The game has a few unpleasant moments. One of them is the lack of opportunity to save the gameplay. Although you can pause the game by clicking on the 'back' button on the device, and this lack of experience. A more serious trouble is that in case you lose you have to start the game from the first level, and it's not like it much.