Epic War TD 2 Online Hack – Android/iOS
Today I am in a “strategy” mood and that`s why I am presenting you a game called Epic War TD 2. This is a Tower defense goodness and in a minute you will see why! Balancing a tower defense title properly is a pretty tough task. Make a game too easy and players may lose interest in advancing through the game’s missions and difficulty. On the other hand, an incredibly difficult TD title can potentially alienate a lot of prospective players. Epic War TD 2 (Free) by AMT Games leans heavily on the difficult side in terms of the TD spectrum. However, the game is balanced well enough that most TD gamers can succeed while optional modes provide a challenge for hardcore fans. A sequel to a 2011 title, Epic War TD 2 gives off some pretty cool vibes with its art style and presentation. The visuals are a mix of Starcraft and Fallout in terms of futuristic elements mixed with a post-apocalyptic setting. Alas, whatever tale you make up in your head in regards to the setting is all you’re going to get as Epic War TD 2 is devoid of any formal narrative. Granted, epic tales are rarely told in a TD setting but I found it interesting that Epic War 2 chose to bypass any attempt. Thankfully, the actual gameplay shines well enough.
One of the most important things in these type of games is, of course, the gameplay. And now we will get through the features of this game. When it comes to towers, Epic War TD 2 has a good mix of classic tower tropes (basic Gatling gun, AoE flamethrower, etc) mixed with a few interesting options (Tesla and Laser). Towers are unlocked via a progressive upgrade scheme that requires stars to unlock the next tower in the sequence. Stars are earned by playing and completing missions. Some advanced towers require player interaction in order to successfully use them, but most towers are on the standard auto-target that’s found in most TD games. Where I think Epic War TD 2 absolutely shines is in its difficulty balance from map to map. Simply put, this is a pretty tough addition to the genre. Most maps have at least one or two waves that require a specific combination of towers (which aren’t too hard to figure out if you analyze the types of enemies coming at you) but otherwise, the game provides some margin of error as far as the types of towers that you should use. The fact that most towers serve a particular purpose and have a specific enemy that it’s strong against means that alert players should be able to quickly read and place towers in the correct sequence.
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I will say this once! This is a must game for every Tower Defense lover!