Naval Storm TD is an exciting new naval tower defence game

Naval Storm TD is here to breathe new life into the tower defence genre. It’s the first of its kind — a tower defence title that features naval combat. If you’re ready for high stakes battles on the high seas, Naval Storm TD will fit the bill nicely.

Set on an island in the midst of a fierce war, your main goal is to protect your territory from the armies looming in the distance. You’ll need to build an arsenal of powerful weapons, including mines, machine guns, and torpedoes, while also bolstering your defences to ensure you win the day.


Naval Storm TD allows you to manage every detail of your defenses with its innovative free construction tool. You’ll be able to place platforms and turrets where you see fit, giving you the chance to let your carefully planned strategies play out the way you’ve always imagined. Bountiful upgrade options ensure that you can build weapons and defenses that suit your tactical vision perfectly.

Battles themselves play out in gorgeous 3D across 32 intense levels. You’ll be travelling through freezing Antarctic islands, immense canyons, flooded mountains, and much more while fighting through satisfying tactical battles.

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Hands-on with Sentinel 4: Dark Star, the sci-fi tower defence game for iPhone and iPad

The tower defence genre has quietened down a little over recent months and years, but for a while there you couldn’t browse through any of the “top games” lists on the various app stores without running into one.

Sentinel 4: Dark Star is the long-awaited sequel to much-loved tower defence game Sentinel 3: Homeworld, which came out way back in 2010.

And even though the build I went hands-on with for this preview video was early, it’s shaping up like it’s definitely going to please the hardcore fans of the genre.

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CCG tower defence game Defenders is out now on the App Store

Nival’s take on the tower defence genre, Defenders, has just made the jump from PC to iOS.

Adding a collectible card game element to the standard tower defence gameplay, Defenders has you build and customise a selection of towers over 23 levels. You collect cards – and in turn towers – by completing levels. You can also choose to fuse cards you are not using, creating towers with new abilities.

All of the original PC game’s visual and audio seems to be present in this port. This means on smaller screens that the combat can become quite busy. Luckily, a pinch of the screen will zoom you into the action to ensure that you aren’t accidentally throwing up towers in the wrong places.

Placement is particularly important in Defenders, as certain areas of the map apply buffs to your structures. You’ll need to level-up towers as you play, and master the use of area-effect spells, ensuring you will constantly micromanaging your army.

Defenders‘s additions to the formula make it a deeper alternative to the more causal tower defence games on the market. You can get it from the App Store now for £2.99 / $ 4.99.

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Journey to a magical 10th-century kingdom and thwart goblins and dragons in tower defence title Toy Defense 3: Fantasy [Sponsored]

If you’re a massive fan of strategy titles and you download tower defence games from the App Store on a regular basis, there’s a very good chance that you’re already more than familiar with the Toy Defense series.

More than 15 million gamers from around the world have played at least one of the franchise’s instalments, after all.

Anyway. Melesta Games have recently released a third entry in the popular series, and it represents a slight deviation from its two predecessors.

Unlike Toy Defense and Toy Defense 2, which feature battles from World War I and World War II, respectively, Toy Defense 3: Fantasy is set in a magical 10th-century fantasy kingdom that’s filled to the brim with pesky green goblins and mighty dragons.

Playing as a Richard the Lionheart-esque commander in Toy Defense 3: Fantasy, you have to recruit and train a fierce army of wizards, archers, and healers that are capable of taking down waves of invading trolls and mercenaries.

Naturally, there’s lots of strategy involved in Toy Defense 3: Fantasy. You can upgrade your veteran warriors during battle and improve their abilities, for example. Furthermore, you can utilise six different tower power-ups, which enable you to develop unique and – hopefully – impenetrable defences.

And here’s a tip straight from the horse’s (yes, Melesta’s)…

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