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Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Grow Nano vol 3 Walkthrough

Grow Nano Vol3Asking for forgiveness, the creator of the Grow series has released a small and easy Grow game, Nano Vol3 for us to enjoy.

In this Grow, you are trying your best to heal up the main character who has been injured. Click on the six items to help him out. If you do it in the right order, the items will be maxed out.

So, what are you waiting for? Go enjoy it!

Play Grow Nano Vol 3 at eyezmaze.

I'll post a walkthrough in the comments below.

Monday, February 18, 2008

Vector TD 2

Vector TD 2If you played Vector TD or TDx, then you've played Vector TD 2. In other words, it's not really worthy of it's own review, other than to mention a couple of changes.

There are more types of games, with a normal, time attack, lightning and a puzzle/sandbox mode. Normal mode sends out the creeps as per normal. Destroy each wave, then set up for the next wave. Time attack keeps sending creeps out. Your objective is to keep going as long as you can. Lightning speeds up the vectors (creeps) and the puzzle/sandbox mode gives you 50,000 to start with and two bonuses, but that's it. In other words, you can try out various strategies for each of the new maps.

There are new maps to conquer, and if you liked Vector TD you'll like Vector TD 2 because it's the same game. I guess since they called it TD 2 I was expecting more, but ...

Play Vector TD 2 at candystand.

Wednesday, February 06, 2008

Protector Tower Defense

Protector Tower DefenseProtector tries to be a RPG and Tower Defense Game rolled into one. While it doesn't really succed at being an RPG, it has enough elements to make it a very good TD.

Place your units throughout the board to stop the oncoming hordes. Let too many get by you and it's lights out. Place your units wisely and you can win any board. Place them poorly and you're sure to lose.

There are five basic units red (splash damage), blue (slow), green (poison), purple (electrocute: debuff), and dexer (high damage land based attach). There are four more advanced units: alchemist (splash damage, land only), archer (high damage against flyers, but not land), necromancer (high damage, but based on number of kills) and paladin (high damage land attack).

Your units earn XP based on how many times they attack and do damage to an enemy. You can't level a unit up unless he has enough experience, adding a new twist onto the level up/money equation. Because of that, it may be a good idea to build up the back of your maze first, then start building up the front. Otherwise the units in front will get all the xp and the ones in back will be very inexperienced in the later rounds.

There are two basic types of enemies: flyers and land based. Keep in mind that dexers and paladins cannot hit flyers.

Basic strategy involves a lot of red mages, with a green mage and/or a blue mage near the entrance. Keep in mind that effects are not cumlutative, so it's not worth stacking a bunch of blue mages. Also, don't put a lower level green in front of a higher level one, because if an enemy unit is still being affected by the lower level mage, it won't take on the higher level mage's effects.

When leveling your units up, you can choose to level up their special attack (recommended at least first two or three levels, otherwise you don't have the special attack) or the general expertise (much stronger basic attack).

Once you beat a map, you can get skills such as lower cost of units, more damage, faster learning (more xp), etc... You can always reset the skills you have chosen, which means you can try building up a superarmy of red mages, then try a more moderate 'spread the skills around' strategy without any penalty. Your skills also unlock the more advanced units.

All in all, this is a pretty good TD game. It can be slow at times, but with many maps (I haven't worked my way through all of them, yet), you should be able to find a map you find challenging. It is probably worth working your way through the easier maps (medium level) first, allowing you to build up your skills for the harder maps.

Play Protector at Kongregate.

Update: It seems a lot of people are landing here looking for a FAQ, walkthrough, or some details on the more advanced units. If you have a question, leave a comment. I'll try my best to answer it.

Friday, February 01, 2008

Multball Madness

Multiball MadnessMultiball madness is a mindless time wasting fun game from armor games. Simple game play with addictive "I can do better than that" will get you playing again and again.

Simply keep your paddle under the balls and clear out the path ahead. Reminds me of breakout, but not quite. More like juggling madness.

The longer you last, the more balls will appear. The only way to die is to run your paddle up against a block, so be careful. It's more important to keep as many balls flying around than it is to aim any particular one.

Play multiball madness at armorgames.