Futuristic Tower Defense-style game
- Futuristic graphics
- Excellent sound effects
- Engaging gameplay
- Good in-game help
- Later levels are a bit too difficult
geoDefense is a fantastic new take on the Tower Defense game genre, that transports to a strange futuristic world.
The object of the game is to destroy all the enemy invaders by strategically placing your weapons around the track that the baddies proceed along. geoDefense only permits you to let through 10 invaders before it's game over for you.
The Tower Defense genre is very tried and trusted and very rarely are games able to innovate enough to deliver a new kind of experience. Not since Plants vs Zombies have we played a Tower Defense game as absorbing as geoDefense.
geoDefense's charm lies in its weird and wonderful presentation. The neon vector graphics, warp effects and star-burst explosions are so captivating that it's easy to get lost in this game for hours. There are thirty different levels to negotiate, ranging from ridiculously easy to insanely difficult.
geoDefense is a geometric take on Tower Defense that is a perfect time killer for a long journey. Just be prepared to get very frustrated as the levels get harder!
- Fixed problem with game remembering its state when you quit or are interrupted (like by a call). This should work reliably now Upgraded to very latest version of OpenFeint (2.8) Special Note: A few have not noticed that each list of levels actually scrolls... if you didn't notice that, then you are missing a lot of gameplay