Defend Your Castle
Defend Your Castle Review: You Better Defend Yourself From Trying This Game
Defend Your Castle is a strategic defense game where you have to protect your castle from the enemies. Build the fortresses and towers and be ready to face the colorfully painted evil sticks. I bet you think I’m crazy, but it’s not me, it’s the XGen Studios. Let’s take a quick look at this madness in the Defend Your Castle review.
Defend Your Castle Gameplay: 4/5
The gameplay consists almost completely of taking stick figures and throwing them to the death to stop their attack toward your castle. For each enemy destroyed, you get points, which you can then spend on repairing or upgrading the castle. Improvements allow you to turn enemies to your side. They can control an archery tower, repair your walls, or throw explosive wheels with ammunition onto the battlefield. Each level brings more and more enemies that continue to appear until your walls collapse.
And that’s it. You throw sticks or make them fight for you. That’s all the game can offer you. I want to believe that the game was developed to be at least a nice time-killer, but you will stand out no more than 10-15 minutes in it.
Defend Your Castle Graphics: 4/5
The battlefield of the Defend Your Castle game looks like a drawing made by a kid, but it has its charm though. Unlike the gameplay, the visuals are bright and dynamic. Animations and motions are fine too.
Defend Your Castle Sounds: 4/5
It looks like the XGen Studios were more concerned about visuals and tunes of the Defend Your Castle than of the game itself. All the way you play this strange game, you will hear a combative soundtrack at the background. What I like more are sounds of thrown tadpoles. It reminds you of the sound of flying Angry Birds.
This game is primitive in every way including the controls part. All you have is to drag the sticks with the mouse and throw them. Everything else in this game is done by clicking mouse buttons.
Replay Value: 3/5
This game is not bad or awful. It’s just simple. And if the developers have intended to create the game this way, they did their job right. Defend Your Castle is easy to play, but the truth is when we get bored quickly if there are no challenges in the game. Maybe the game can be more playable in a portable version, but I don't think you will spend time playing it on desktop.
The monotonous gameplay and the lack of development of the plot or at least the difficulties of passing the level is a huge and fat NO to this game. Yes, the graphics are nice, the sound effects are okay too, but who needs them if you have nothing to play?
Considering all its pros and cons, I can’t recommend you to download this game. Defend Your Castle isn’t something you should spend time on. There are many more worthy games to try. But, if you still want to try it, you can download Defend Your Castle and estimate it by yourself..
Pros : Nice graphics;
Cons : Boring levels;
Lack of challenges or difficulties;
Low replay value.
Replay Value 3
Average : 4.0
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