Go Home Dinosaurs!

Go Home Dinosaurs!

Good casual tower defense game. Not too difficult and perfect for kids or casual adult gamers. The graphics are fun, the sound and music are fun, and the progression is good as you move through the 60 levels. Progression allows you to add more objects on the field. Some of these objects are different devices that shoot in different ways. Some freeze them, some use lasers to hit multiple targets, and more. Other objects are one time use objects such as a bomb, or an invite to 3 other friends to give you 4 shooters. Your main character is also a shooter at all times. While you can build different towers, you also get to use your character to attack the dinosaurs. Your character adds as a hero in a sense where entire battles can be won just using your character and not build a single tower. The dinosaurs vary and are quite different. Some dinosaurs fly, some run, some go really slow. Some are easy to kill while others take a lot of hits to go down.

Real player with 20.9 hrs in game

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I like tower defense games so I picked this up. It’s a little different from other TD games because the traps use blocks in different shapes so you can’t place one anywhere. There is only one end point. It means you can just focus on one point. Rest assured this is NOT easy at all especially if you have not unlocked the more powerful traps and power ups. And also, you get a cute little guy running around assisting in attacks and picking up coconuts for traps.

The small size of each map also adds to the challenge because you can’t spam traps and you have to be careful about placement. You CANNOT delete traps you’ve placed. Before each mission starts the game makes you pick a few traps or power ups using up to 9 slots. You can only use each trap or power up once so you can only have up to 9 traps in the game. If you want power ups, the traps will be even lesser.

Real player with 20.2 hrs in game

Go Home Dinosaurs! on Steam

Evolution of War

Evolution of War

Very short and stupid game with no progression what so ever. Good for playing one match maybe.

Real player with 0.3 hrs in game

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Evolution of War on Steam

Monsters per second

Monsters per second

In this party-based strategy defence game you will visit distant planets, build small camps and battle fierce monsters. Can you survive by learning and exploiting their weaknesses or is your party doomed to never return home?



Prepare for battle!

When the enemies arrive, place your archers on towers and gates and secure the ground with your melee fighters.


Build walls and gates to withstand the approaching waves of monsters.

Keep your adventurers fed! Do not forget to plant food for your party so they can eat and stay nourished.


Before starting a map, you can hire new characters, buy new weapons or adjust the difficulty of the map.

While each character has unique strengths, you can only choose four characters for each mission, so choose wisely.

If you win the battle and complete the map, a new map will be unlocked, and you may be rewarded with gold.

Each map takes around 30-50 minutes to complete.


  • Two unique planets

  • 10 maps with 19 original monsters

  • 27 weapons to unlock

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Timewalk Tower Defense

Timewalk Tower Defense

Gameplay is pretty unique for a tower defense, definitely enjoyed it! Lots of fun characters to try out.

Real player with 38.5 hrs in game


Real player with 7.5 hrs in game

Timewalk Tower Defense on Steam

Brink of Extinction

Brink of Extinction

Brink of Extinction is a small but rich tower defense set in a post apocalyptic future. If you enjoy tower defenses then I would give this a try, especially if you enjoy strategy and planning ahead.

The game certainly leads on the difficult side. You start of with a large pool of credits, and get a couple of bucks for each enemy you kill, more money the stronger they are. This results in your initial placement and planning being crucial; not to say you can’t change things up mid game, but it can be quite hard to recover from a really bad plan at the beginning. Make no mistake, this game is hard, and you will need to play some levels multiple times to see which strategies do and don’t work. If you don’t enjoy repeating a level and getting better at it each time till you win, you might not like this, however I found that to be part of its appeal. It forces you to really think about what you’re doing.

Real player with 13.6 hrs in game

Warcraft III was my first exposure to tower defense games, and I became a fan of the genre many years ago. The great thing about Steam, is there are just so many options. There are many enjoyable tower defense games on Steam, some can be quite deep with mechanics and level layouts. Brink of Extinction is not one of these though.

First of all the game runs fine, I completed it and even tried out one of the endless maps for the score achievement. This game is just not very enjoyable, combined with some bad level design and fun ends up being at the Brink of Extinction. Most levels consist of a few predesignated building areas in a claustrophobic environment with the same few car assets peppered throughout. You have a choice of towers and some power ups you can use. It seems best to just spend all your funds on one or two towers to upgrade the stats as you wont do enough damage if you build on all of the limited spacing you do have. The power ups in my opinion are just too overpriced in the campaign to be viable, but they are useful in endless mode once funding is not an issue. So you place your towers and giant insects and Arachnids begin to spawn. Now you play the can my towers tank and kill these before they wreck what I’m suppose to protect game. Eventually you figure out that there are really only two viable towers which adds even less choices for your limited area.

Real player with 5.3 hrs in game

Brink of Extinction on Steam