Black Maou & Rainbow Kingdom

Black Maou & Rainbow Kingdom

fun short game.

Real player with 3.2 hrs in game

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Good and fun

Real player with 1.4 hrs in game

Black Maou & Rainbow Kingdom on Steam

Meat Lead Fire

Meat Lead Fire

Fun game. Controls take a little bit to figure out, but great once you get the hang of it. The only good bug is a dead bug. 7/10

Real player with 3.4 hrs in game

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love the art style and the mood :) The weapons are really cool and there are interesting hit combos. If you love the genre I highly recomend it :D

Real player with 0.1 hrs in game

Meat Lead Fire on Steam

Tower Alchemy

Tower Alchemy

TD crafting + mechanics + 60+ towers = Unique gameplay and interesting take on TD. Combine towers to make more powerful ones. Buildings and potions provide bonuses. Complete objectives for rewards.

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Real player with 1.4 hrs in game

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Tower Defense like it has to be!

With the old Version, Level 15 was challenging, but with last update, up to level 60, it is harder.

After 20 hours i’m happy that i’ve reached 54.

Yes it lags documentation but take it like another quest to figure out how all SIX towers work.

What it really lags is an undo. At least of the last move. Missclicking is really anoying.

Choose Dilemmas wisely, you only get 8:

3 void or panic

5 dread or doubt

7 heart or doom

9 magma or doubt

11 dread or mill

13 magma or doubt

Real player with 78.3 hrs in game

I love to come across strategy games which are presented minimalistically - in both in gameplay and UI. I see this game shining with unlimited potential in the future of the Tower Defence genre. I really like the pricing strategy of the dev too. Buy this one soon!


1. Properly minimal (if you like that). I mean, this game is pretty much the barebones essentials of a classic TD with a clever twist.

2. The Clever Twist: Mazing. There’s many strategies to win, and it helps if you can solve a maze by just looking at it.

Real player with 17.5 hrs in game

Eternower on Steam

Kingdom Rush Frontiers - Tower Defense

Kingdom Rush Frontiers - Tower Defense

Having put over a 100 hours into this game and completing every level to perfection

I think It’s safe to review this game now.

Let me start by saying when I first booted this game up, I was extremely impress by this port. This far exceeds anything I ever expected from a mobile (and later learned this port was made in Unity). This is a very polished title, don’t let the flash graphics throw you off. They do seem a bit weak early on, but get better later on in the game, in my opinion of course.

Real player with 128.2 hrs in game

There are two types of people. The ones who have previously played a kingdom rush game on their browser and the ones who haven’t. For those who haven’t, they still have time before adobe flash gets discontinued thus making the free version unavailable. This review will focus on If you should buy the steam version of this game for those who have already beaten it and for those who have not.

To begin with, Kingdom Rush Frontiers is the sequel to the very popular kingdom rush(2011) and is regarded as the best one so far. It was released as a flash game for you browser(with some heroes you had to pay to get). Later it also got released for android and ios for around 2-3$ If I am not mistaken, with some extra stages.

Real player with 54.1 hrs in game

Kingdom Rush Frontiers - Tower Defense on Steam

Dead TD

Dead TD

The basic framework of what might become a decent Tower Defense game, and there still seem to be updates, so bonus.

The graphics are ugly, but that’s not really an issue for me. The controls seem to work, and the sound is okay.

There are a wide variety of monsters.

The main varieties are flying, stealth and attackers which can damage your towers.

In addition there are some with elemental shielding against certain attack types. There is a healer type, one who summons hounds, and one that turns into rats when killed.

Real player with 11.5 hrs in game

Good, cheap Tower Defense that pushes the right buttons.

Real player with 2.7 hrs in game

Dead TD on Steam



Fun, challenging levels, the tower build queue is an amazing idea that I hope other games use in the future.

I do feel like many levels can be beaten easily by rushing the enemy spawner, but its up to you when you do this. I just wish the game made it harder, or more punishing to go for this early on.

Real player with 7.0 hrs in game

Not your normal “generic” Tower Defense title - I like the way it challenges you beyond the norm (won’t spoil it!!)

Was initially put off by the lack of reviews, but was encouraged by the number of updates. Glad I took the chance.

Game forces you to carefully consider your priorities. Looking forward to progressing.

Real player with 1.4 hrs in game

Dofense on Steam

Kingdom Rush  - Tower Defense

Kingdom Rush - Tower Defense

Kingdom Rush (KR) is a really fun and well-made tower defense game. I have already finished the game at 100%, 43hrs of fun, totally worth full price: 9.5/10 ¡Awesome!

In KR you’ll manage only 4 type of towers, but these towers have very good upgrades, so you’ll have to decide which upgrade is better for your situation in-game, by the way, you can sell the towers but you get a penalty receiving less money. Here a little explanation of the towers without upgrades just with their regular properties:

Real player with 43.8 hrs in game

With over 78 levels to complete and master, Kingdom Rush remains a solid tower defense strategy game that is offered at a more than fair price. Challenge your ability to think and plan ahead whilst also maintaining a degree of entertainment and fun.


I started off playing Kingdom Rush as a casual joke: as you can probably tell, it quickly evolved beyond that. With a little over 43 hours under my belt, you can be certain that you’re receiving the most bang for your buck.

Real player with 43.5 hrs in game

Kingdom Rush - Tower Defense on Steam

Kingdom Rush Origins - Tower Defense

Kingdom Rush Origins - Tower Defense

If you’ve played either of the other two Kingdom Rush games, then you know what to expect with Origins. That’s not to say that this installment isn’t accessible to newcomers, but with all of the references to the previous games, veterans of the series will certainly get more out of it.

The big change this time around, other than the brand new assortment of towers, enemies, heroes, and maps, is a new hero specific major spell. It sits right next to Reinforcements and Thunderbolt (this game’s panic button) on every map and recharges the same way they do. Where they differ is the hero specific spell varies in effect depending on the hero, with some mimicking Reinforcements, some mimicking Thunderbolt, and others acting as more direct damage like Reg’son’s one-shot-one-kill Vindicator. This improvement adds a new level of complexity to choosing a hero as that unique spell can completely change your approach. I also found the heroes to be better balanced in this game than in previous installments. Switching heroes is now more about adapting to each one’s strengths and weaknesses than it is about upgrading to better heroes as those become available, at least so far.

Real player with 52.9 hrs in game

I never did play the first game so I can’t compare (I am now going to tho), but I have to say this is a brilliant game for those into tower defence games.

There is not a great deal to explain here about gameplay, Its a typical tower defence like every other but its fun, smooth and really well balanced for a change, I didn’t come across any performance issues at least which is nice.

As for the maps themselves, they are fairly small, it would have been nice to see much bigger maps just to make things more challenging but they are all still fun to play and still require tactics at times when things get hectic.

Real player with 42.4 hrs in game

Kingdom Rush Origins - Tower Defense on Steam

Kingdom Rush Vengeance - Tower Defense

Kingdom Rush Vengeance - Tower Defense

Perhaps Kingdom Rush Vengeance is good when considered in a vacuum, but since I don’t live in a vacuum I can’t recommend it. The Kingdom Rush tower defense games are generally excellent, but in my opinion this is the worst of the bunch. Since the other games are nearly identical, I recommend playing an earlier Kingdom Rush game instead.

The main difference with Kingdom Rush Vengeance is that stars you earn don’t mean anything. In earlier Kingdom Rush games, the better you do, the more stars you earn, and beating the optional challenge modes gives even more stars, and stars are what you used to unlock upgrades. In Kingdom Rush Vengeance, you get the same number of upgrade points no matter how well you do, and beating the optional challenge modes does not give any additional upgrade points. That takes away most of the reason to try to get a top score or to beat the extra challenge modes.

Real player with 31.6 hrs in game

Kingdom Rush Vengeance Review

TLDR: If you’ve played and enjoyed previous Kingdom Rush (KR) games in the past, then this is an easy recommend. As long as you’re ok with a few tweaks. If you’re new to the series, then Kingdom Rush Vengeance (KRV) is a solid, enjoyable tower defence game.

In this title, unlike the others, you play as the “bad-guys” lead by Vez’nan who was defeated at the end of the last game. The main game takes place across 16 maps in 3 different lands. An additional 9 maps are unlocked after completing the 16th level, 3 maps taking place in each land.

Real player with 30.2 hrs in game

Kingdom Rush Vengeance - Tower Defense on Steam