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Please post your REVIEWS for Defense of Egypt here.

[Post New]by Daxadillion on Jan 10, 17 12:37 AM
A thread for your reviews.

Edited on 01/10/2017 at 6:45:34 AM PST

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Re:Please post your REVIEWS for Defense of Egypt here.

[Post New]by kgustavson on Jan 10, 17 1:01 AM
Well, woo hoo, 2 tower defense games in one day. Oh yippee.


Re:Please post your REVIEWS for Defense of Egypt here.

[Post New]by ElizabethR1533 on Jan 10, 17 5:40 AM
Enjoyable game, I think. I like the concept of the Egyptian theme, as it's not been done too much.

It's easy to get over-excited when I see a TM or TD game, as they are as rare as rocking horse poop on BF, but this game is okay.
The game isn't easy, (and I suspect, like many TD games, it'll get very very hard and almost impossible). I would like to have changed the difficulty level, but I can't find how/if.
The graphics are okay, but I turned off the music as soon as I could.
There are plenty of places to put your weapons, but you have to think tactically where to put them, when to upgrade and what kills what. I found it took a couple of levels to get used to the weapons, so I may go back and play (if I can) the beginning levels to gain more "gears" (don't know if you can or not).

It's a pretty basic TD game, but I like it. I can see it getting addictive.

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Re:Please post your REVIEWS for Defense of Egypt here.

[Post New]by bfgBellerophon on Jan 10, 17 6:46 AM
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Re:Please post your REVIEWS for Defense of Egypt here.

[Post New]by Csustar on Jan 16, 17 5:55 PM
Next to TM/Strategy games (my fav) , Defense games are great. Toy Defense is one of the best BTW.
I could not get it to let me enter my name, so you cant play under more than one person ever. If you really mess up and want to start over, you can replay a level, but if you completely start over everything is gone. If you use the fire things in addition to your defense people, and replay the level, you do not get back the fires, or lightening strike things, use sparingly if you can.
Sooo many instructions for upgrading, do this, do that. Toy defense was so much better, way less variables, as the more variables you have the harder it is. Toy defense had ways to upgrade yes, but it was so much easier to do,
I will probably buy this game, Just wish it was better quality, but its getting so hard to find good games anymore. MKFTP, MOai, Time builders, Hercules, Farm Frenzy, and other great ones, we just don't see much of anymore.

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Re:Please post your REVIEWS for Defense of Egypt here.

[Post New]by Steamed on Feb 22, 17 5:49 AM
I appreciate this game for the fact that it has several variations on tower defense games I've played before. While it was initially aggravating trying to figure out how the gears updating worked, my brain enjoyed the exercise of getting up and running for the game. I'm stuck on three "Difficult" levels. . . .because, dammit, they are impossible -- but I have gotten hours and hours of entertainment playing Defense of Egypt for a heck of a lot less than a movie ticket.

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