iPhone and iPad apps tagged "tower defense."
Elf Defense is Magical Tower Defender for iOS
I've said it once and I'll say it again, there are too many tower defense games available. However, just when I'm about to give up on it for good, something like Elf Defense pops up and totally redeems the genre. It's addictive. It's stunning. It's currently on sale for $.99, down from $2.99.
Gorgeous AND On Sale?! Grab Elf Defense Now and Spend Less Defending Your Tower
Elf Defense, the new tower defense game for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad from Jelly Oasis, has been deeply discounted as a way to introduce even more fans to the already popular game.
Slice 'n Dice Ninja Combines Physics and Detailed Artwork in Premium Castle-Defense Game
Van Dyk Entertainment would like to announce the release of their premiere iOS application, Slice 'n Dice Ninja 1.0, now available in the App Store. Slice 'n Dice ninja is a physics-based castle-defense game, employing superb artwork, anatomically-correct ragdoll-physics and skeletal animation.
Zombie Apps: iOS Games That Want eat Your Brains!
Twilight? Vampires? Werewolves? Really? Come on. They’re good for scaring and maybe titillating teenage girls — but Zombies are real.
Swords and Soldiers is Castle Defense Bliss with Ninja Monkeys
Ouch! Did you just hit me with a ninja monkey? Chillingo, developers of Cut the Rope, has done it again with Swords and Soldiers, where they welcome you to ye olde times of castle defense dominance where your strategy should be mightier than your sword.
Protector: The Planes is TD Goodness
An original flash game series, Protector: The Planes is a tower defense style game for iPhone that shouldn’t be overlooked, especially if you’re a fan of strategy/TD games.
Plants vs Zombies for iPhone: Less Challenge, More Entertainment
Ah, Zombies, those shambling, mindless, wafer-thin analogs for the great mass of humanity one encounters on long bus and rail commutes. Movies and gaming will never tire of finding new ways for you to kill the relentless hordes.
Medieval is a Polished Castle Defense Game
It's not often that a game can truly appeal to gamers of multiple skill levels. But I think that Medieval, the castle defense game from Brisk Mobile, is one of those games.
Set the difficulty to easy and it's challenging but winnable, a good incentive for casual gamers to keep playing.
Star Defense Takes Traditional Tower Defense to New Level
Developer ngmoco is already much respected for its games, notably, Rolando and Topple 2. The company’s latest, Star Defense, takes game play to a whole new level (100 new levels to be exact).
First, the basics. Star Defense is a tower defense game.
iPhone Developer Spotlight: Hasan Edain, NPC Unlimited
AppCraver recently spoke with Hasan Edain, CEO of NPC Unlimited. He shares his experiences developing for the iPhone and iPod touch.
When did you start developing apps for the iPhone? Did you have previous experience as a developer?
We began doing our first iPhone application January 2009.
Sentinel Ups the Ante for Tower Defense Games
Sentinel - Tower defense (TD) games have proven to be a genre that can be done extremely well on the iPhone. The cream of the crop in this genre currently includes titles such as Fieldrunners, 7 Cities, The Creeps, and they all have their own quirks that make them unique.
The Creeps! is Scarily Addictive Tower Defense Game
The Creeps - Let it be known that I love a good sale. Who doesn’t? My own affection for sales transcends to the iTunes Store as well as anywhere else and right now you can get The Creeps! on sale for just $0.99. For you other sale fanatics, that’s 60% off the regular price of $4.
7 Cities Tower Defense Game Includes Marauding Pirates
7 Cities - I'm almost embarrassed to admit it, but until recently, I didn't realize just how engaging tower defense strategy games such as Fieldrunners and Zombie Attack can be. The concept didn't seem all that challenging so I never looked at the genre closely.
Interview with Don Arnel of Galactic Invasion
AppCraver recently heard from Don Arnel, the creator of Galactic Invasion. He answered our questions about developing games for the iPhone and iPod touch.
1. When did you start developing apps for the iPhone?
Don: I bought my first Mac ever, a MacBook Air, back in May of this year.
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