Defense Technica is the next evolution in hardcore tower defense strategy games. Protect the core from an onslaught of unrelenting biomechanical terrors with a powerful range of tower defense units – each with their own upgradable features and methods of attacks.
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Data de lançamento: 24/out/2013
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Defense Technica is the next evolution in hardcore tower defense strategy games. Protect the core from an onslaught of unrelenting biomechanical terrors with a powerful range of tower defense units – each with their own upgradable features and methods of attacks. Engage the opposition in a variety of maps and prepare to rapidly shift tactics as weather, enemy paths, and even the terrain itself physically changes upending the flow of the battlefield. Presented through sharp 3D visuals and backed by a soaring soundtrack, Defense Technica is the ultimate in strategic tower defense!

Key Features


Powerful Towers – Select from 8 different tower classes and upgrade to build a nearly impenetrable defense of over 40 different towers. Arm towers with machine guns, long-range missiles, flamethrowers, mortars, lasers, and other powerful weapons to halt the oncoming hordes in their tracks!

Dynamic Battlefields – Variable enemy pathfinding, arduous weather systems, and physical changes in terrain during battles require a shift in strategy and keep each playthrough fresh.

Gorgeous 3D Visuals – Fully 3D backgrounds and amazing lighting effects set the scene for intricately detailed towers and enemy hordes. Maps range from orbital military installations and subterranean ruins to floating islands and futuristic cities.

Formidable Opposition – Battle against nine different enemy types across three different classes each with a strength and weakness against certain tower types requiring careful thought on tower placement.

Requisitos de sistema

PC
Mac
    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 with latest services packs
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo (2 * 2400 Mhz) or AMD equivalent
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GeForce 7600 GS / Radeon HD 2600 (256 MB of dedicated memory)
    • Hard Drive: 1 GB available space
    Minimum:
    • OS: Mac OS X 10.6
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Radeon HD2600 or GeForce 8600M graphics (128 MB)
    • Hard Drive: 1 GB available space
    Recommended:
    • OS: Mac OS X 10.6
    • Processor: Intel Quad Core
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Radeon HD5850 or similar GeForce
    • Hard Drive: 1 GB available space
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30 de 38 pessoas (79%) acharam esta análise útil
0.4 hrs registradas
Perfect example of why steam needs better quality control.

This has all the depth of one of those F2P tower defence Iphone apps.

The best thing this game actually does is defining the standard for 'crappy tower defence'.

Avoid unless youre trapped in an airport for a week and you've already successfully washed all the windows and checked all the seats for pennies.

Optimal Price: <1$
Publicada: 20 de junho
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Defense Technica is Defense Grid, but with less polish. Everything about it is directly from Defense Grid. The art style, the interface, the icons. Everything. This is like the shameless copy-catting you see on iOS, where they try to confuse the customer into buying the wrong game. This isn't totally broken and useless, but why pay $15 for this shameless thing, when you can pay $10 or less for the actual Defense Grid?
Publicada: 16 de agosto
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The Good:
+ different variety towers each with its own upgrade skill tree
+ 22 unique levels, some levels provide mazing, others do not
+ Some levels can transform mid play offering unique expereince in the game
+ Good graphics for a tower defense game
+2 levels of difficulty
+Controller Support

The Bad:
- Doesn't really do anything new that hasn't been done already, its about as standard as it gets (except for level transformation)
- Most levels (especially if you play on harder diffuculty) usually have one solution to complete it perfectly. This to me is the single biggest negative against the game. If your not going for a perfect run than this shouldn't really matter.
-Game seems to be optimized around controller support. You can use mouse and/or keyboard however the controller seems to be the best way to play.

If your looking for a fun little tower defense game, this could be the game for you
Publicada: 6 de junho
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4 de 6 pessoas (67%) acharam esta análise útil
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If you saw this and thought "did Defense Grid make a sequel?" you will be in for a disappointment.

It has a similar art direction and thats it.

The game is very ... lackluster at best. The missions and upgrades are run of the mill. THe maps are average at best. I didn't get a single map that I set things up on and went "man this is awesome".

Most of the game suffers from the fact that it has one way to be played. If you like seeing if you can defeat it with different combos, you are going to be let down again. Combine it with boring towers and really clunky controls, and you have this piece of trash.

Its a shameless cash in on the Defense grid hype, avoid it.
Publicada: 20 de abril
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It's impressive in how many ways they miss the mark of what makes for an enjoyable tower defense game. There's little introduction or explanation to gameplay concepts. For example, the 4th level introduces its first weather effect, except it doesn't really tell you when this is happening, or what its effect is. You have to go out of your way to find such simple things.
You know what other amazing feature it possesses? Enemies drop a cube of additional resources upon death, which you are required to hover your mouse over to collect. Maps become several screens large even from the first level, so if you create a few killzones, you have to constantly cycle between them to scavenge your rewards. It's kind of ludicrous in a terrible way, honestly.

I would best describe Defense Technica as a half-hearted mash-up of Defense Grid (in look, feel, and mechanisms [you quickly acquire what is essentially the orbital laser, towers pop out of the ground in little boxes, etc]) and Kingdom Rush (towers are limited, but gain upgrade paths). Maybe somewhere in there is a kernal of a good idea, but it's not easily accessable, and it's hugely unpolished.

Sadly, this is a purchase I regret.
Publicada: 24 de setembro
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Minha análise em: www.escaperope.pt/2013/11/defense-technica

2,5 em 5

Não pretendendo troçar de ninguém, mas parece-me que chamar “Defense Technica” a um Tower Defense é como chamar “Score Goals Tactica” a um simulador de futebol. Eu perceberia a falta de inspiração do título se estivéssemos a falar de um jogo em flash lançado num site de casual games de segunda categoria, mas estamos a falar da Devolver Digital que é responsável pela publicação de, nomeando sucessos recentes, Shadow Warrior e Hotline Miami.
Como se não bastasse o fraco título, o enredo é pouco interessante e é apresentado através de vários quilos de texto, sem narração e sem animações, como se fazia no tempo em que os recursos não permitiam melhor que isso.A banda sonora é pobre, amadora e absolutamente genérica. E é então que chegamos ao jogo propriamente dito.

Graficamente nada é especialmente atraente nem funcional. Do ponto de vista meramente estético, a sensação com que se fica é de que tudo é mais ou menos igual, incluindo inimigos, torres e cenários, e que a paleta de cores é muito pouco variada. Do ponto de vista funcional também há problemas: a câmara está tão próxima que não vemos os diferentes caminhos por onde vêm os inimigos, e a falta de clareza dos percursos pode surpreender e jogar contra nós.
A jogabilidade, para ser coerente com a falta de qualidade do restante, também tem problemas: não há informação em tempo real sobre as características dos inimigos, os controlos não são eficazes nem intuitivos, a necessidade de estar constantemente a navegar pelo mapa (devido à proximidade excessiva da câmara) torna as acções ainda mais lentas. Surpreendentemente, o nível de dificuldade está ajustado e o modo de jogo hardcore torna a experiência mais interessante. Apesar de todos os defeitos, Defense Technica respeita a evolução do género, pois integra os componentes habituais como a possibilidade de actualizar as torres, tornando-as mais fortes, e de utilizar recursos como ataques aéreos – talvez por isso se salve de ser um perfeito desastre.
Feito o somatório, diria que Defense Technica é sobretudo para quem ama o género tower defense, mas não deixa de ser um jogo medíocre e incapaz de satisfazer um público abrangente.
Publicada: 25 de novembro de 2013
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