Ann&FeedbackReq: Tower Defence

Discussion in 'Feedback Requests' started by Arthur[VD], Dec 22, 2005.

  1. Hiro_Antagonist

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    Actually, this adds a lot of strategy. One of the official WC3 Frozen Throne tower defense maps does this. The baddies split up half-and-half and go down 2 paths, come together, then split up again.

    So I tend to put tons of cold down one path to spread the units out more, letting my killer single-target turrets have far more time to hit the targets.
     
  2. Hiro_Antagonist

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    I wish I could be cool enough to remember the name and link it, but someone made this as a joke a long time ago. it does exactly what you're saying, with a silly little one-line text description of stuff like 'you killed a monster' or 'nothing happened' every time you pressed the button.
     
  3. Arthur[VD]

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    Thanks for feedback!

    It has 5 locations and 135 raids in normal mode and 50-200 raids in Survival mode.

    Gameplay time is about 5-7 hours(including Survival mode).
     
  4. WhereMyArm

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    I mentioned it on my blog here: http://www.shiftgames.com/?p=38 , so there's some feedback there for you. My main complaint would be: why no multiplayer?
     
  5. Arthur[VD]

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    Thanks for mentioning in your blog !

    Multiplayer we have reserved for TD2 :D
     

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