Baby's first tower defense. Not bad, mind you, but rather underwhelming.
The game has a couple of clever ideas and mechanics, but in the end it's laughably easy and has little to no replay value whatsoever, aside from perhaps getting all the achievements (which are mostly focused on grind, rather than skill).
The overall artstyle is cutesy and child-friendly, full of obscure references, clearly made with both kids and adults in mind. But the latter will get annoyed by it rather quickly, mostly due to repetitive sound assets. Same goes for the music, which is so terribly bland that you'll most likely end up muting it.
As for the gameplay, the puzzle-like "tower" placing seems like a decent idea at first, but sadly most of them are essentially worthless, while others are used reguarly throughout the game, making most of the levels rather tedious and boring.
It's a game you can safely give your kid to play. Other than that it can be relaxing, but you'd better get it either at a high discount or for a mobile device.
Posted: February 15th, 2014