This is yet another “defenders” game. If you’re not familiar with the Tower Defense concept, let me make it clear for you. In the “Tower Defense” type of games you have an objective to guard and hordes of enemies coming in from one side of the screen to make sure you don’t succeed in guarding the said objective. You have an amount of currency to use in building “towers” (buildings, plants, animals, humanoids, guards etc). The hordes of monsters provide you with currency (gold,dollars,metal,jewels,mana etc) once you destroy them so that you can build more towers or upgrade your existing ones. This kind of game requires great strategy and careful planning if you even hope to survive.
As far as this game goes, players can enjoy 240 stages of action in one of two different game versions: W1 and W2. In W1, players can learn game basics. In W2, the introduction of Power Crystals opens up new doors, allowing for deeper, more detailed strategies.
Here are some features so you can get a good idea about how this game works and what makes its wheels turn; what sets it apart from the other games of the genre :
- Deploy units on the area map to protect crystal reserves from encroaching monster hordes.
- Monsters will enter an area and march through it until they are defeated or reach an exit, at which time they will steal one or more crystals.
- Simple touch panel-driven controls and up-tempo play make Crystal Defenders easily accessible whether at home or on the go.
- Innovative level design allows for high replayability.
If this article sparked the least bit of interest in you about this game, you can get it from the Android Market, among other places.