Neonverse Defenders

Neonverse Defenders

An interesting and very competent Tower Defense title. Picked up on sale, otherwise it might have passed me by - there were no reviews. Had I seen the SpecOps review I probably (unfortunately) would have given it a miss. That said, in retrospect I would have been happy to pay full price.

There is a good Tutorial to introduce you to the basics and I would suggest playing each of these 6 levels a couple of times to let the information sink in. The game has a mine of information (you just have to dig around a bit) so don’t let it pass you by.

Real player with 6.3 hrs in game

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Stars received: 2.5/10 _ Note: v.5 [0.0 to 1] = personal impressions

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Game description key-points: tower defense against enemy waves

Real player with 2.5 hrs in game

Neonverse Defenders on Steam



Adequate grindy play with a ton of content. But where’s the sound?

Real player with 114.6 hrs in game

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How did this get released on Steam? There’s no audio. The UI is terrible. You don’t know a tower’s range until after you’ve placed it. Towers don’t start charging their shots until robots enter range. There’s so much wrong with this game, it’s hard to know where to begin.

Real player with 31.8 hrs in game

Towerbots on Steam



Build blocks to defend the castle from monsters!

The knight is left behind in an empty castle.

But, no problem! The knight has infinity weapons and the ability to build blocks instantly.

Defeat monsters!

Graphics are illustrated in an 80’s video game.

3 different heroes, 3 difficulties, and ascension levels are available.

Relics and blocks make mild factor of chance.

Total playtime is expected 3 hours for all complete.

Update info:

11/2020 HARD and V-HARD become easier.

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城塞騎士/Jousai-kishi on Steam

Infinitode 2 - Infinite Tower Defense

Infinitode 2 - Infinite Tower Defense

My first TD was Vector Tower Defense, my second was Vector TD 2…and my third was Vector TDX. I hated all three, but I sucked at them. I liked the gameplay, I liked the idea…but I just couldn’t wrap my head around the strategy and wondered how one ever got to the higher levels– or even completed some of the maps. I loved hating those games, played the crap out of them on Candystand (RiP).

From there, I played every TD I found, even the crappy ones, just to see if they got any better. Over time, I didn’t have to play crappy ones, as good ones were being created all over…but nothing quite like Vector TD. :/

Real player with 367.2 hrs in game

This was a close call if I push the yes or no button with the recommendation button.

This game has a plus side, which is the gameplay itself. It’s classic tower defense, no bells and whistles.

No unnecessary graphic 1upmanship, but instead back to the basics, i.e. simple outline shapes that make the towers you placed instantly recognizable.

You’ve got 16 different towers that do different things in various degrees of effectiveness, so quite the variability in terms of towers.

And that’s the positives. So now for the negatives, namely progression and R&D.

Real player with 250.2 hrs in game

Infinitode 2 - Infinite Tower Defense on Steam

Technotron Defense

Technotron Defense

Lots to love! Price is excellent! Some annoying things to watch out for but not a dealbreaker.


  • Synthwave theme!! Takes Tower Defense to a retro future place!

  • Price ($1 or less) is excellent!

  • Graphics are simple yet look cool. The paths are grids.

  • Music is great!

  • Variety of towers and support buildings.

Campaigns get harder and harder. There are some tricks to passing the last few levels. You can buy and sell Tesla towers for a profit. That also helps once you get into Trials.

Real player with 63.9 hrs in game

Decent simple tower defense game, with a fun aesthetic. A few key elements are not explained at all (such as how to build a detector) but with enough clicking around I found everything. There are a few waves I wasn’t able to solve with towers alone, but manipulating the pathing mid-wave beat them. It took around 6 hours to get though all of the missions.

The Trials mode pits you against unlimited waves in a randomly generated map. It sounds cool in theory, but there’s no score at the end so you don’t have a way to compare plays. This one feels like a wasted potential.

Real player with 9.4 hrs in game

Technotron Defense on Steam

Bugs ‘N Boo Hags

Bugs ‘N Boo Hags

There has long been a fascination with the supernatural in the South Carolina lowcountry. Even in modern times, beliefs and superstitions about the paranormal continue to persist. Fears and anxieties about hexes, haints, and hags are simply part of life, even for many who by their religious faith and adherence to scientific thought should condemn such beliefs.

Bugs ‘N Boo Hags places you in this strange world. You are Jack McCleary, the longtime “witchdoctor sheriff” of Beaufort County who uses white magic to reverse the effects of dark spells and hexes. As Sheriff McCleary, you must defend the homes of your citizens from invasion by that most dreaded of evil spirits, the Boo Hag, who has the power to drain a sleeping person’s life-force to the point of paralysis—or even death.

Bugs 'N Boo Hags on Steam

Witch and Hero(魔女と勇者)

Witch and Hero(魔女と勇者)

This is just a simple fun casual game that is great for downtime when you want to have fun and build towards something such as HP, MP and EXP. It simple style of play makes it great for when you want to play a game but are not able to invest long periods of time… Of course the problem I have is once I start playing this I can’t stop. Highly addictive - great game!

Real player with 9.3 hrs in game

I remember playing this game on the 3DS, i could never get past the final stage. I still had loads of fun playing it though, and the soundtrack is just amazing, I’d highly recomend this game to people who like having a challenge, especially with the advanced mode that you unlock after beating normal mode.

Real player with 7.2 hrs in game

Witch and Hero(魔女と勇者) on Steam

Cyber Defense 2088

Cyber Defense 2088

This was absolutely a fun game! I thought the concept was really cool, coming from the mobile tower defense world it was definitely an adjustment.

The game itself was visually pleasing, there weren’t any bright blinding lights, everything you needed menu wise while not actively fighting in game was condensed into one area. There’s a little bit of lore to the game, not hugely interactive as far as storyline goes but it sets the right pace and for the type of game it is, didn’t really need it.

Real player with 1.4 hrs in game

Cyber Defense 2088 on Steam

The Road to Gelendzhik Palace

The Road to Gelendzhik Palace

Best 59 cent game ever. Took about 14 minutes to beat the game.

Real player with 0.5 hrs in game

  • Game is short, like 15 minutes of playtime short

  • No options; can’t change volume/sound settings; can’t change video settings

Real player with 0.5 hrs in game

The Road to Gelendzhik Palace on Steam



The last remaining ships make their break for survival. As a SENTRY, you must protect the precious human cargo as they are ferried out of system. Can your increasingly damaged vessel withstand the alien horde and reach the safety of the jump locations? Humanity depends on it.

Build traps and turrets to slow the advance of the alien menace. Only by taking the fight directly to the enemy in fast-paced FPS gunplay can you hope to drive the invaders back. Utilise hard-won upgrades to turn the tide in your favour.

Your ship will come under constant attack from multiple directions. Choose where to make your stand and go on the offensive by re-capturing lost sections.

Faced with overwhelming odds, use environmental destruction to survive - shooting out windows to vent sections into space, slamming blast doors to delay the enemy – but be mindful that these decisions may make future conflicts tougher. While your vessel may leave Earth in pristine condition, the persistent damage means it’ll soon bear many battle-scars.

SENTRY features a singleplayer campaign with the option to have online friends fighting alongside you in co-op.

We’re very early in development, so we’ll update this page with detail, images and features as we go – Wishlist the game to be kept up to date!

SENTRY on Steam