Fight off hordes of monstrous mutants created from a strange cataclysmic event in the new tower defense game, Prime World: Defenders. Join a group of exile treasure hunters who have ventured into the capital of an ancient empire, vast with mystery and danger.
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Defenders 2 available on iOS and Android!



Nival officially announces that long awaited sequel of Prime World: Defenders is now available on iOS and Android!
Defenders 2 - continues the best traditions of the original collectible tower defense game, which attracted more than 6 million players worldwide. The player's task, acting as Stalker, to complete the entire collection of cards, fighting against the bloodthirsty monsters and bosses, and exploring the world of Primezone defeating other players.
There are over 60 unique towers & spells cards, different types of monsters, bosses, changing weather conditions, great AAA-class graphics, PvP and one-hand gameplay optimization.

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"Prime World: Defenders is a must play for any tower defense enthusiast."
http://www.forbes.com/sites/danieltack/2013/05/07/prime-world-defenders-is-prime-time-tower-defense/

"Nival has nailed the core concepts of the genre."
http://www.gamingnexus.com/Article/Prime-World-Defenders/Item3989.aspx

"Prime World: Defenders is a fantastic game with an astounding amount of content for the price."
http://pixelsordeath.com/features/prime

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Nival officially announces that long awaited sequel of Prime World: Defenders is now available on iOS and Android!


Prime World: Defenders 2 - new TD strategy game in the legendary Prime World series with unique combination of the tower defense and collectible card game!
Enter a mysterious and magic land stricken by a cataclysm and now thriving with powerful artifacts and immense treasure guarded by furious monster hordes. Build up your defense and fight against the waves of evil with magic and tower power! Let the world knows who is the real TD master here!

Key features:

  • Collect all 40 unique towers and 20 deadly magic spells - the ultimate TD arsenal;
  • Customize your tower and spell collection with powerful Runes;
  • Use your defenses to crush Underground, Intelligent, Swarming, Exploding, Phantom and 20 other monster types and 29 unique bosses!
  • Play the game the way you like - find the unique combination of tower and magic arsenal to build the superior defense!
  • Fight with other players to pump up your tower collection into monster-slaughtering war ma-chines!
  • Used to good weather? Test your defense with survival night levels filled with tornado and storm power challenges!
  • Different TD game modes - Hunt, Raid and Assault levels and the rule-them-all Hard mode for truly tower defense fans!

Try it today!

Play Defenders 2 on iOS

Play Defenders 2 on Android

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Fight off hordes of monstrous mutants created from a strange cataclysmic event in the new tower defense game, Prime World: Defenders. Join a group of exile treasure hunters who have ventured into the capital of an ancient empire, vast with mystery and danger.

Prime World: Defenders merges classic tower defense gameplay with collectible card mechanic. Your towers, your spells, your traps - all are magic cards, that you can collect and upgrade. You'll have to develop your own strategy, because you'll get your random set of cards after each battle.

Freeze, burn, poison, explode and slash countless enemies that will try to stop you from gathering artifacts of old kingdom. Choose your cards carefully, play them strategically and expect some heavy resistance along the way – from small and almost harmless mutated fungi to powerful giant goblins and nagas.

Did we mention? In addition to story-driven single-player campaign Prime World: Defenders has randomly generated missions, newly added endless mode and New Game Plus!

Key Features

  • A mix of tower defense strategy with collectible card mechanics!
  • No micro-transactions or additional payments!
  • Random cards drop means different strategy for every player!
  • Several game modes, including heroic mode and two special endless maps!
  • Upgrade and mix cards for maximum destruction!
  • Custom deck lets you pick perfect cards for each mission!
  • Perk system for your hero!
  • Story-based campaign with 23 missions!
  • Mission generator offers infinite replayability!
  • Enemy buildings in game heal and buff attacking creeps!
  • 24 towers, each with up to 25 upgrades!
  • 13 magic spells that can be upgraded too!
  • 38 types of enemies!
  • Bosses, mini-bosses and huge bosses.
  • Flying battleship!

Requisitos del sistema

Windows
Mac OS X
    Minimum:
    • OS:Windows XP SP2
    • Processor:2.4 GHz double core
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Graphics:GeForce 9500 GT or equal
    • DirectX®:9.0
    • Hard Drive:1500 MB HD space
    • Additional:Please note that Unity engine might be detected as virus on some Windows 7 64 bit systems with antivirus software
    Recommended:
    • Additional:Please note that Unity engine might be detected as virus on some Windows 7 64 bit systems with antivirus software
    Minimum:
    • OS: OS X 10.6.6 or later
    • Processor:2.4 GHz double core
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Graphics:GeForce 9500 GT or equal
    • Hard Drive:1500 MB HD space
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psenough
( 17.1 h registradas )
Publicado el 18 de julio
Producto recibido de forma gratuita
yet another tower defense game, but this one looks better then most usually do. the grinding mechanism that other reviewers complain about hasn't really bothered me yet, waiting to see how it fares after a few more hours into it.
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cancer jap baner
( 3.8 h registradas )
Publicado el 16 de julio
Producto recibido de forma gratuita
Good tower defense game ruined by a horrible ingame economy and balance. This game was clearly made for a free2play mobile version with microtransactions. There are no in game purchases for the pc version, but still be prepared to grind to be able to even beat the first boss.
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Tman
( 62.1 h registradas )
Publicado el 13 de julio
I have over 1,000 hours in multiple TD games (Defense Grid, Sanctum, Orcs Must Die, and about a dozen others, so speaking with somewhat authority on TD)

This is a grindfest broken game which is no longer supported by the developers on Steam. You get to play the same set of maps, over & over again but hey let the game try & trick you by rotating the game to a different orientation! Oh joy of joys.

Then turn the game into a grindfest, playing over & over again to get an elusive 2nd card so you can upgrade a tower! Oh, but then you get to do it all over again! And again, And again!

If you enjoy banging your head against a brick wall over & over, but then make the mistake of progressing too far, the game takes a leap in diffulty which will basically stop you in your tracks. The good news is no more grinding, the bad news is you'll never get to finish the game.

Broken, unsuported pile of Crap. Avoid.
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vinco
( 22.9 h registradas )
Publicado el 10 de julio
Abandoned by its developers in favor of the F2P mobile version.
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Justin_Brett
( 17.7 h registradas )
Publicado el 4 de julio
So far I've recommended three games that are each very good in their own right. Unfortunately, not every review can be positive, just not like every Tower Defense can be good. And Prime World Defenders is an example of how to do one wrong, in my opinion.

The game is a spinoff of Prime World, an MMO also on Steam (which probably should have sent off some alarm bells right away). It takes place in the Prime Zone, a stretch of land that was struck with a miniature apocalypse, where pockets of energy have appeared and dangerous mutants roam the land. You play as a new recruit to a group of treasure hunters slash do-gooders who explore the wasteland. I didn't find myself particularly interested in the story, though, and it didn't help that the voice actors didn't appear to be either.

Defenders starts off perfectly fine, and annoyingly it takes a while for what I disliked most about to rear it's head. The game looks nice, there's some interesting maps, and every map has some special conditions you can pull off for some rewards. But inevitably, I ran into the big problem: this game is grindy just for the sake of it. Your towers have a card gimmick to them, and you're rewarded one or two after every mission. To make your towers stronger, you can sacrifice junk cards you don't want for a slight stat boost, and you can also 'evolve' them by pairing them with another card of the same type. This is absolutely necessary, since that's what allows you to upgrade them in stages.

So if you find yourself needing a card, your course of action is to play stages hoping it will appear - if it does, the game also shuffles up rewards to make getting it random too. You can try again for a fairly sizeable amount of silver, a resource the game wants for everything, including evolving cards. The game offers a shop, too, where you can spend silver on mostly random boosters, or use stars, a harder to acquire currency, on more specialty items. This is probably reminding some of you of something, and it likely won't surprise you to hear Prime World Defenders also has a mobile version, among others. There's no micro-transactions in the Steam version, but when the framework of the game still seems built around them it's hard to say that's a positive change.

What's really damning though is that the version of the game on Steam has basically been abandoned. The last time the developers were seen about the forum was apparently two years ago, and there are bugs that haven't been fixed. Meanwhile, the versions of the game that do have micro-transactions are still supported, with fairly obvious implications as to why. I bought Defenders in a bundle, so I don't feel as ripped off as I could have been, but it's hard to recommend a game the developers seem like they could care less about, especially compared to the ones I've talked about and a lot of the ones I will.
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[vg]ananas
( 25.5 h registradas )
Publicado el 28 de junio
If you want to play tower defense - play Defender's quest.
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White Sheep
( 26.7 h registradas )
Publicado el 25 de junio
The best tower defense games don't rely on grinding on the same level to collect and upgrade towers. This game is not one of them.
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Nat Stead
( 28.6 h registradas )
Publicado el 20 de junio
Devs are nopt updating. Overly grindy. There are many better TD games
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Lokhaman
( 28.3 h registradas )
Publicado el 10 de junio
Tower Defense mixed with Cards, suggested for fans of both genres.

Furthermore, keep in mind Nival developed HoM&M 5 and its 2 exps (so they know their job tbh)
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Michael Zacker
( 35.7 h registradas )
Publicado el 5 de junio
One of the best TD games I have played. The game manages to blend the classic TD gameplay with card collecting and it works surprinsingly well.
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Publicado el 4 de julio
So far I've recommended three games that are each very good in their own right. Unfortunately, not every review can be positive, just not like every Tower Defense can be good. And Prime World Defenders is an example of how to do one wrong, in my opinion.

The game is a spinoff of Prime World, an MMO also on Steam (which probably should have sent off some alarm bells right away). It takes place in the Prime Zone, a stretch of land that was struck with a miniature apocalypse, where pockets of energy have appeared and dangerous mutants roam the land. You play as a new recruit to a group of treasure hunters slash do-gooders who explore the wasteland. I didn't find myself particularly interested in the story, though, and it didn't help that the voice actors didn't appear to be either.

Defenders starts off perfectly fine, and annoyingly it takes a while for what I disliked most about to rear it's head. The game looks nice, there's some interesting maps, and every map has some special conditions you can pull off for some rewards. But inevitably, I ran into the big problem: this game is grindy just for the sake of it. Your towers have a card gimmick to them, and you're rewarded one or two after every mission. To make your towers stronger, you can sacrifice junk cards you don't want for a slight stat boost, and you can also 'evolve' them by pairing them with another card of the same type. This is absolutely necessary, since that's what allows you to upgrade them in stages.

So if you find yourself needing a card, your course of action is to play stages hoping it will appear - if it does, the game also shuffles up rewards to make getting it random too. You can try again for a fairly sizeable amount of silver, a resource the game wants for everything, including evolving cards. The game offers a shop, too, where you can spend silver on mostly random boosters, or use stars, a harder to acquire currency, on more specialty items. This is probably reminding some of you of something, and it likely won't surprise you to hear Prime World Defenders also has a mobile version, among others. There's no micro-transactions in the Steam version, but when the framework of the game still seems built around them it's hard to say that's a positive change.

What's really damning though is that the version of the game on Steam has basically been abandoned. The last time the developers were seen about the forum was apparently two years ago, and there are bugs that haven't been fixed. Meanwhile, the versions of the game that do have micro-transactions are still supported, with fairly obvious implications as to why. I bought Defenders in a bundle, so I don't feel as ripped off as I could have been, but it's hard to recommend a game the developers seem like they could care less about, especially compared to the ones I've talked about and a lot of the ones I will.
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Publicado el 13 de julio
I have over 1,000 hours in multiple TD games (Defense Grid, Sanctum, Orcs Must Die, and about a dozen others, so speaking with somewhat authority on TD)

This is a grindfest broken game which is no longer supported by the developers on Steam. You get to play the same set of maps, over & over again but hey let the game try & trick you by rotating the game to a different orientation! Oh joy of joys.

Then turn the game into a grindfest, playing over & over again to get an elusive 2nd card so you can upgrade a tower! Oh, but then you get to do it all over again! And again, And again!

If you enjoy banging your head against a brick wall over & over, but then make the mistake of progressing too far, the game takes a leap in diffulty which will basically stop you in your tracks. The good news is no more grinding, the bad news is you'll never get to finish the game.

Broken, unsuported pile of Crap. Avoid.
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Good tower defense game ruined by a horrible ingame economy and balance. This game was clearly made for a free2play mobile version with microtransactions. There are no in game purchases for the pc version, but still be prepared to grind to be able to even beat the first boss.
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If you want to play tower defense - play Defender's quest.
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Publicado el 8 de diciembre de 2014
Prime World: Defenders es un desafiante juego estilo Tower Defense donde cada torre es una carta que puede mejorarse varias veces hasta alcanzar su máximo potencial. Es bastante rico en contenido, con muchas cartas por descubrir, mejoras que adquirir y mapas con dificultad ajustable donde podemos poner a prueba nuestro mazo (tanto en la campaña como en niveles aleatorios). Además, la trama es sencilla pero bien entretenida. Realmente es una pena que no esté disponible en español.
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Publicado el 25 de noviembre de 2013
http://www.dresinos.com/2013/08/prime-world-defenders-completado.html

Básicamente es un Tower Defense, pero las torres que usamos en cada nivel son las cartas que hayamos seleccionado antes de estos de las que tengamos en nuestra colección. Hay cartas de diferente rareza, las más raras como es lógico son más poderosas; todas las cartas se pueden subir de nivel, aunque las más raras las podemos subir un mayor número de niveles.

Conforme avancemos en la campaña podemos ir comprando cartas nuevas y mejoras que requieren que alcancemos un determinado nivel. Aunque esto tiene un problema, ya que a veces para avanzar tendremos que repetir unos niveles aleatorios que se van generando para conseguir dinero para nuevas cartas y mejorar las que tenemos, aunque para el que le guste el juego no se hacen pesados.

El juego dura bastante, 25h he tardado en completarlo. Y una vez se termina el juego se desbloquea el nivel heroico en el que tenemos que volver a pasarnos todos los niveles con un mayor nivel de dificultad y un par de niveles de supervivencia.

Mi Puntuación del juego seria de 9 sobre 10. ★★★
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A 4 de 4 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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57.3 h registradas
Publicado el 31 de diciembre de 2015
Grata sorpresa con éste desconocido (para mi) juego de tipo Tower Defense.
A la jugabilidad clásica del genero se le añaden elementos RPG, como subida de niveles, talentos, coleccionismo de cartas y mejora de las mismas, lo que nos tendrá enganchados durante horas hasta conseguir las mejores cartas y lograr superar todos los niveles.
La historia sirve para poco más que presentar el mundo y se narra en forma de comic.
Todo ello acompañado de buenos gráficos, música, dificultad creciente y del modo "Heroico", que garantiza la rejugabilidad del título.
Muy recomendable.
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226.4 h registradas
Publicado el 26 de abril de 2015
El mejor tower defense que e jugado ,upgrade,bosses,graficas dificultad ,rejugabilidad con el modo Heroico a tope .
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Publicado el 4 de abril
el juego es muy adictivo en cuestion de logros, pero los niveles suelen ser monotonos y lentos.
gracias a que el nivel de dificultad; aunmenta considerablemente rapido es una buena parte del entretenimiento del juego
por otro lado el hecho de recolectar cartas poder mejorarlas y combinarlas ayuda un poco a la tematica aun que aun asi se queda corto al no poder fusionar cartas de distintos tipos y faltar versatilidad en nuestras unidades.
el juego es recomendable a los amantes de los juegos de estrategia y colocacion de unidades como en los juegos de mesa virtuales.
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Publicado el 21 de julio de 2014
Si os gustan los Tower Defense dejaréis de tener vida si os lo compráis. No os lo compréis.
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