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Thursday, October 25, 2007

Strategy Defense

Strategy DefenseWhile Strategy Defense looks like a tactics game, it really isn't. There's very little strategy involved in one 'hero' taking on anywhere from 4 to 8 (until the last battle) enemies whose only strategy is to charge forward, shoot at you and then run away.

But it's still a fun game. I found that by treating it as a puzzle game I could enjoy the challenge that came with each level. While getting stuck on certain levels was extremely frustrating when I couldn't solve it, I did get by eventually.

Ever hear of moving in a diagonal? Apparently the maker of this game hasn't.


  1. Kill everything to build up your experience. While you get more money for finishing levels in fewer rounds, the xp counts for more. Instead, make sure you are at full health (or close to it) in order to build up your money supply. Building up money supplies is important. Don't waste any chance to end with a higher hp.
  2. Don't worry about buying things at the store. If you don't use it, you can sell it back later at the same price.
  3. Sometimes its best just to get shot and use your retaliation to fire back. Take a health potion on your turn instead of firing back and getting shot in retaliation. The best time to shoot one of your attackers is only if they will die with that shot. Otherwise, they get to hit you twice (once on your round in retaliation, and once on their round when they shoot back).
  4. If you can, stay out of range of your attackers and hit them with the magic arrow. Especially on the earlier levels and against the towers, this can save you a lot of time.
  5. Magic (except for the arrows) becomes useless within four rounds of when you can start using it.
  6. If you can't avoid your attackers the best strategy is to minimize the number of attackers who can hit you in a single round. Then heal yourself on your turn. Allow your retaliation to take care of them.
  7. Enemy knights are easy to avoid, so kill everything else while avoiding them.
  8. Keep in mind that you can run a lot farther as a knight, and you can switch right back to whatever else you want when you get there.

Update: Oops! As the anonymous commenter pointed out below, I never told you where it was.

Play Strategy Defense at crazymonkeygames.


  1. Anonymous3:44 PM

    Nice, and where can we play that one?
    ps: ur blog is really great I enjoy it

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  3. Anonymous1:47 AM

    Is there really a complete walkthrough where to move, what to do when u get there and what r u gonna need to be? (ex. Riffleman, knight etc.) If there is give the link to me. u can email me here: