Basic concept of "ByteAlity Tower Defense" is easy. You have to protect your tower from waves of enemies and survive as long as the timer runs. To do so you can place different defense towers on the map and upgrade them as soon as you earned enough points for killing enemies.
Of course we have seen this concept in many games before, but what makes "ByteAlity Tower Defense" something special is that there is a massive campaign mode with 120 levels and more than 20 types of towers you can unlock. To beat every level, you will need to use your brain, because a defense tower strategy that worked fine on a certain map may be completely wrong on the next one.
The game also includes an editor to create your own maps.
"ByteAlity Tower Defense" was the winner of the third YoYo Games competition.
Pater Alf : Chroelle is right: This game actually rocks! 120 levels and a great variety of different towers and strategies make "ByteAlity Tower Defense" much better than most average tower defense game.
And technically the game is nearly flawless. I've seen prettier graphics in that genre for sure, but on the other hand you could say that the simple graphics don't take away your concentration from the actual game.
I don't miss a tutorial that much as I think you can consider each level that introduces a new kind of tower as a tutorial level for it. Game saves automatically and you can repeat each level as often as you want, so you don't have to worry if you didn't use a new tower in the right way the first time you try.
Chroelle : I think this game actually rocks. I have been playing it every day for over a week now, and I really love it. I think the simplicity of the graphics along with the level of strategy you need to use is great. A tutorial for the towers is the only thing I really needed in this game and the only thing that draws it down a bit for me. I really hate that I dont know what to do when I try out a new level with a new tower presented. How to place it, how to use it, what does it actually do? Very annoying, but not enough to kill off the game for me.
eMTe : Tower defense game with 120 maps and over 20 types of towers.
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