My Tower My Home is a blend between a tower defense game and shooter-platformer 2D game. You must defend the Tower Core, kill enemies, gain gold, buy upgrades for your hero, buy tower defenses, and build a strategy to resist a number of waves.
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Positive (21 reviews) - 80% of the 21 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Mar 16, 2016

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April 12

Patch 1.2 Now live.

The patch 1.2 of My Tower, My Home is here!

  • Add: The Final Boss Bubu, at wave 100.
  • Add: Gamepad support for Player 1
  • Add: New sounds
  • Add: A new secret (muahaha!)
  • Change: The camera system
  • Change: Some UI graphics
  • Change: Now the game save your game configuration
  • Change: The way to set up walls.
  • Fixed: lots of minor bugs, including the falling crate and Somnibot’s collisions.

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March 15

Releasing windows version of MTMH!

My Tower My Home is hitting ‪‎Steam‬ today for Windows only. Mac and Linux users have to wait a bit more Emoticón frown but you'll definitely get to play it!
Price $6.99 with a special discount 10% off

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About This Game

My Tower My Home Fight tooth and nail to defend the tower core –your home! In ‘My Tower, My Home’ (MTMH) players put themselves in the shoes of an unnamed hero to resist hordes of brutal mechanic enemies that will do the impossible to destroy your home. Kill enemies, gain gold and experience, buy upgrades, buy tower defenses, and build a strategy to counterattack.

MTMH features a cooperative mode for two players in which our hero fights alongside Sommybot, a support droid character equipped with the most sophisticated technology. The style of play of the coop mode is designed to require a great synergy between players’ abilities. United, you will never be defeated!
Characters are highly customizable in abilities and skills and both the hero and the droid have their own perk tree. This system gives the game a more RPG-like feeling and multiplies the possible strategies for the game in a great way.

Game facts Sheet:


  • 1 player mode
  • 2 players mode
  • 3 Game Difficult levels
  • 7 kind of enemies
  • 5 hero’s upgrades
  • 5 hero’s weapons
  • 7 Turrets
  • 8 Tower upgrades
  • 48 passive perks
  • Infinite strategies
  • Infinite fun (just kidding, you’ll get bored after some hundreds of hours)

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP Service Pack 3 or later
    • Processor: 2.4 GHz CPU Dual core or faster
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Dedicated graphics card with 256 MB vRAM and WebGL Support
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 350 MB available space
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 7 or later
    • Processor: Intel i3 2.4gh or faster
    • Graphics: HD6570/GT420 or better with WebGL Support
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 400 MB available space
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Overall:
Positive (21 reviews)
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ORion
( 3.2 hrs on record )
Posted: April 28
Very HARD. I LIKE IT! ^^
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Kittens Ate My Brain
( 0.2 hrs on record )
Posted: April 20
A very unique tower defense, a must for any tower defense fan.
Helpful? Yes No Funny
smash_complex
( 9.4 hrs on record )
Posted: April 13
(NOTE: This title was comes from an indie developer so I tried to keep my expectations mid-range for this review)
(Link to full review: http://culturedvultures.com/game-review-my-tower-my-home )


My Tower My Home is a hybrid game that combines elements of tower defense with platform-style gameplay. As interesting as that sounds I’ll skip right to the punch with this one. This game was a bit of a disappointment. While there are some redeeming traits to this title my initial and lasting reaction can easily be summarized in a single word; incomplete.

In this game you have a tower and must defend it and as the player you control a guy with a gun who can run, jump, shoot baddies and build upgrades for your tower.The game does provide some depth, though it feels as though the developers didn’t go as deep as they should have in some areas. For instance, there is a level system that allows players to selectively upgrade various skills and bonuses to help as the game progresses. It would have been nice had the developers expanded more in the part of the game as it seems like a step in the right direction.

As far as graphics are concerned, I found the visuals to be mediocre. Not the worst but not very impressive either.

I was not overly impressed with the look and feel of the game’s UX. The menus and buttons were a bit clunky and unpolished looking. The turret placing process is sub-optimal and could be improved. Ugly fonts also. I'm very font sensitive.

The number one issue I have with this game is that it just doesn’t seem finished. Not only did it crash almost every time I played it, but it would crash in multiple ways. As a PC gamer I am willing to suffer a few game crashes here and there but there is a line between having a few ‘unhandled exceptions errors’ and having an unstable game. I found it especially frustrating because there were moments I was very ‘into’ the game and it would crash. Total buzz killer.

While I cannot recommend this game in its current state I would encourage the developers not to abandon their efforts on this title. At its core there certainly is a good game here, but my end thoughts are that it needs more development to qualify as a good game entirely.

5/10
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Sirevanac
( 8.9 hrs on record )
Posted: March 22
Really nice strategy you can do between towers, walls and perks (and your coop friend!), really fun to play!!
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Jupiter_Hadley
( 0.6 hrs on record )
Posted: March 19
https://youtu.be/6NL7H81jd6w

Really quite the action pact tower defence! Though, not a lot is explained at first, after a couple of rounds you will be a pro. The game itself is super well made - plenty to upgrade, buy, and spend points on. The different graphic styles are spot on, super nice to look at. I very much enjoyed both defending my tower and setting up turrets to do it for me!
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Ceneka
( 2.7 hrs on record )
Posted: March 18
HARD AF!
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Mardo, the Unicorn Hunter
( 8.2 hrs on record )
Posted: March 18
Public Review on behalf of the Opium Pulses Steam group

Disclaimer: The copy of this game was provided by the developer for review purposes, yet it doesn't affect my review in any way.

Few words about the game
My Tower, My Home is a nicely done combination of a tower defence game with 2D shooter. It's a very dynamic game where enemies comes from every direction to destroy core of your tower and your goal is to defend it using multiple strategies with ton of perks you can choose from. Try to survive few waves and don't die too quickly ;)

Advantages
  • A huge variety of mods, upgrades and skills to choose from
  • Very nice and minimalistic graphics
  • Co-op mode for 2 local players (I didn't tested it)
  • Game is quite challenging, as after some waves of enemies it slowly becomes even overwhelming (game offers few difficulties so don't worry)

Disadvantages
  • Gets pretty repetitive after a while, game unfortunately contains only one map
  • Game doesn't saves progress nor gives you any kind of boosts or bonuses when you die
  • Sounds are not polished at all

Summary
Game is overally fun for what it is and yes, might get boring, but before it will happen, you will have some great fun trying to get further and further, trying out different tactics. Idea of blending those few game styles is also a nice thing and as you can all see, it worked out pretty interesting. I really hope that soon we will see an update with some new content to it, I would gladly try it out. So yeah, I had some neat fun playing it, I totally recommend it and I really hope that my review was helpful to you!

Personal score
7.5 / 10

If you find my review helpful or funny be sure to follow Opium Pulses curator page right here for more reviewed games!
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La Giuggia
( 0.8 hrs on record )
Posted: March 16
I wanna start saying one thing: the game is well made.
I mean, minamilistic but clear and nice graphics, complete interfaces, everything is polished and works fine. I wanted to point this out because, sadly, it's not something to take for granted.
So, these guys did a fantastic job developing the game they wanted to develop, what I really don't get is why someone should want to develop this useless game in the first place! The world didn't need this! I'm sure I didn't! And i have to say i love tower defense games, so I knew what i was looking for.
I mean, this game could be the "Pong" of the tower defense genre, just... even more boring!

You have a tower, literally, and you have to defend it, full stop.
You have a character and you use it in order to place turrets and shoot enemies, so it blends tower defense with shooter gameplay, but every single aspect of the gameplay is astonishingly basic!
This game has no charisma, there's no setup, no plot, nothing, you start the game and BAM, you are in your useless tower and you have to defend it! Why? I don't know!
But that's not a problem, right? A game like this doesn't necessarily need a plot, a setting, or even a flavour... but maybe some different game scenarios would be fun... Nope! You've been a bad boy and you got nothing! Just a silly tower and bunches of enemies which come to destroy your ugly tower and kill you. WHY? Because they're bad! - i mean there are scorpionlike bots, they cannot be good! - So you kill'em, you clear the wave, you open the shop interface where you can buy turrets, upgrade your hero, unlock skills, then the next wave attacks you, you clear it, upgrade, shop, next wave, and so on! There are just a few types of different enemies, so surviving means just to face bigger waves in the same situation and scenario. Again and again. This is insanely boring!

It's even a roguelite game, so when you die you have to restart the game with nothing unlocked, no progession, nothing, and i love roguelites but here it's just silly because the game is always the same boring thing with no variation!

Conclusions:
If this game had been an arcade game back in the eighties, they would have need to actually pay people in order to have them play this.
This is ultimately a bad tower defense with a basic and boring shooter gameplay where you can play a single dull scenario.
I wouldn't reccomend it even if it was free, there's no reason to waste time playing this instead of something else, or... just keep staring at this review it will be more entertaining!
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mortee50
( 1.3 hrs on record )
Pre-Release Review
Posted: March 16
The thing that I was most interested about in My Tower, My Home was the combination of an action shooter with a tower defense game. Being a big fan of tower defense games I am always interested in games that try to do something new with the genre. Even though I haven't played the game a ton at this point, I have had fun with the game. The controls work well and if you think the concept sounds interesting, I think you will enjoy the game.

My biggest problem with My Tower, My Home is the difficulty and the fact that you will be replaying the same waves over and over again. While there are quite a few different strategies in the game, some seem to be better than others. Until you find one of these strategies you will die a lot. Being difficult is not necessarily a bad thing but it does force you to keep replaying the same content over and over again as you try to perfect your strategy. If you don't like the idea of playing the same level over and over again, the game may frustrate you.

Overall I had fun with My Tower, My Home. I liked the combination of the 2D action shooter and tower defense genres. If the premise sounds really interesting to you I think you could like My Tower, My Home quite a bit. If you are only curious about the concept though I would probably wait for a sale.

Note: I received a review copy from the developer but received no other compensation for this review.

Read My Full Review
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Birome
( 6.9 hrs on record )
Posted: March 16
Pro:
*Pretty graphics
*Hardcore playstile (its not just pew pew, your really have to think a strategy here)
*huge strategies due the combination of all turrets, perks, upgrades and places.
*Beatiful coop mode (very unique, and the possivility of buying a platform for player 2 and put some turrets there is awesome)
*Very fun to play
*Its simple, yet takes a lot of time to master.

Con:
*Optimization problems
*There is only one scenario


Im really enjoying this game, looking forward for a second part or updates!
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Most Helpful Reviews  Overall
12 of 17 people (71%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
0.7 hrs on record
Posted: March 16
Just started playing and am having a pretty good time with this genre blending game. Essentially, you are defending a tower from a variety of enemies. You have quite a lot of options on defensive items to build between levels, and the action ramps up fairly quickly as you go along.

On the plus side, there are a lot of ways to customize your character with stat boosts and such. Plus the towers are fun to build and deploy. A good bit of strategy there.

On the negative side, if the setting changes, I haven't made it that far yet. I think you stay on the same tower for the entire game for as long as you can survive the waves. This could become boring for some people after awhile.

Overall, I'm enjoying the game and do recommend it.
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9 of 13 people (69%) found this review helpful
Recommended
8.2 hrs on record
Posted: March 18
Public Review on behalf of the Opium Pulses Steam group

Disclaimer: The copy of this game was provided by the developer for review purposes, yet it doesn't affect my review in any way.

Few words about the game
My Tower, My Home is a nicely done combination of a tower defence game with 2D shooter. It's a very dynamic game where enemies comes from every direction to destroy core of your tower and your goal is to defend it using multiple strategies with ton of perks you can choose from. Try to survive few waves and don't die too quickly ;)

Advantages
  • A huge variety of mods, upgrades and skills to choose from
  • Very nice and minimalistic graphics
  • Co-op mode for 2 local players (I didn't tested it)
  • Game is quite challenging, as after some waves of enemies it slowly becomes even overwhelming (game offers few difficulties so don't worry)

Disadvantages
  • Gets pretty repetitive after a while, game unfortunately contains only one map
  • Game doesn't saves progress nor gives you any kind of boosts or bonuses when you die
  • Sounds are not polished at all

Summary
Game is overally fun for what it is and yes, might get boring, but before it will happen, you will have some great fun trying to get further and further, trying out different tactics. Idea of blending those few game styles is also a nice thing and as you can all see, it worked out pretty interesting. I really hope that soon we will see an update with some new content to it, I would gladly try it out. So yeah, I had some neat fun playing it, I totally recommend it and I really hope that my review was helpful to you!

Personal score
7.5 / 10

If you find my review helpful or funny be sure to follow Opium Pulses curator page right here for more reviewed games!
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8 of 12 people (67%) found this review helpful
Recommended
6.9 hrs on record
Posted: March 16
Pro:
*Pretty graphics
*Hardcore playstile (its not just pew pew, your really have to think a strategy here)
*huge strategies due the combination of all turrets, perks, upgrades and places.
*Beatiful coop mode (very unique, and the possivility of buying a platform for player 2 and put some turrets there is awesome)
*Very fun to play
*Its simple, yet takes a lot of time to master.

Con:
*Optimization problems
*There is only one scenario


Im really enjoying this game, looking forward for a second part or updates!
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5 of 7 people (71%) found this review helpful
3 of 4 people (75%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
9.4 hrs on record
Posted: April 13
(NOTE: This title was comes from an indie developer so I tried to keep my expectations mid-range for this review)
(Link to full review: http://culturedvultures.com/game-review-my-tower-my-home )


My Tower My Home is a hybrid game that combines elements of tower defense with platform-style gameplay. As interesting as that sounds I’ll skip right to the punch with this one. This game was a bit of a disappointment. While there are some redeeming traits to this title my initial and lasting reaction can easily be summarized in a single word; incomplete.

In this game you have a tower and must defend it and as the player you control a guy with a gun who can run, jump, shoot baddies and build upgrades for your tower.The game does provide some depth, though it feels as though the developers didn’t go as deep as they should have in some areas. For instance, there is a level system that allows players to selectively upgrade various skills and bonuses to help as the game progresses. It would have been nice had the developers expanded more in the part of the game as it seems like a step in the right direction.

As far as graphics are concerned, I found the visuals to be mediocre. Not the worst but not very impressive either.

I was not overly impressed with the look and feel of the game’s UX. The menus and buttons were a bit clunky and unpolished looking. The turret placing process is sub-optimal and could be improved. Ugly fonts also. I'm very font sensitive.

The number one issue I have with this game is that it just doesn’t seem finished. Not only did it crash almost every time I played it, but it would crash in multiple ways. As a PC gamer I am willing to suffer a few game crashes here and there but there is a line between having a few ‘unhandled exceptions errors’ and having an unstable game. I found it especially frustrating because there were moments I was very ‘into’ the game and it would crash. Total buzz killer.

While I cannot recommend this game in its current state I would encourage the developers not to abandon their efforts on this title. At its core there certainly is a good game here, but my end thoughts are that it needs more development to qualify as a good game entirely.

5/10
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6 of 10 people (60%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
1.3 hrs on record
Pre-Release Review
Posted: March 16
The thing that I was most interested about in My Tower, My Home was the combination of an action shooter with a tower defense game. Being a big fan of tower defense games I am always interested in games that try to do something new with the genre. Even though I haven't played the game a ton at this point, I have had fun with the game. The controls work well and if you think the concept sounds interesting, I think you will enjoy the game.

My biggest problem with My Tower, My Home is the difficulty and the fact that you will be replaying the same waves over and over again. While there are quite a few different strategies in the game, some seem to be better than others. Until you find one of these strategies you will die a lot. Being difficult is not necessarily a bad thing but it does force you to keep replaying the same content over and over again as you try to perfect your strategy. If you don't like the idea of playing the same level over and over again, the game may frustrate you.

Overall I had fun with My Tower, My Home. I liked the combination of the 2D action shooter and tower defense genres. If the premise sounds really interesting to you I think you could like My Tower, My Home quite a bit. If you are only curious about the concept though I would probably wait for a sale.

Note: I received a review copy from the developer but received no other compensation for this review.

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4 of 7 people (57%) found this review helpful
Recommended
0.6 hrs on record
Posted: March 19
https://youtu.be/6NL7H81jd6w

Really quite the action pact tower defence! Though, not a lot is explained at first, after a couple of rounds you will be a pro. The game itself is super well made - plenty to upgrade, buy, and spend points on. The different graphic styles are spot on, super nice to look at. I very much enjoyed both defending my tower and setting up turrets to do it for me!
Was this review helpful? Yes No Funny
4 of 7 people (57%) found this review helpful
Recommended
8.9 hrs on record
Posted: March 22
Really nice strategy you can do between towers, walls and perks (and your coop friend!), really fun to play!!
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
Recommended
0.2 hrs on record
Posted: April 20
A very unique tower defense, a must for any tower defense fan.
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12 of 24 people (50%) found this review helpful
7 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.8 hrs on record
Posted: March 16
I wanna start saying one thing: the game is well made.
I mean, minamilistic but clear and nice graphics, complete interfaces, everything is polished and works fine. I wanted to point this out because, sadly, it's not something to take for granted.
So, these guys did a fantastic job developing the game they wanted to develop, what I really don't get is why someone should want to develop this useless game in the first place! The world didn't need this! I'm sure I didn't! And i have to say i love tower defense games, so I knew what i was looking for.
I mean, this game could be the "Pong" of the tower defense genre, just... even more boring!

You have a tower, literally, and you have to defend it, full stop.
You have a character and you use it in order to place turrets and shoot enemies, so it blends tower defense with shooter gameplay, but every single aspect of the gameplay is astonishingly basic!
This game has no charisma, there's no setup, no plot, nothing, you start the game and BAM, you are in your useless tower and you have to defend it! Why? I don't know!
But that's not a problem, right? A game like this doesn't necessarily need a plot, a setting, or even a flavour... but maybe some different game scenarios would be fun... Nope! You've been a bad boy and you got nothing! Just a silly tower and bunches of enemies which come to destroy your ugly tower and kill you. WHY? Because they're bad! - i mean there are scorpionlike bots, they cannot be good! - So you kill'em, you clear the wave, you open the shop interface where you can buy turrets, upgrade your hero, unlock skills, then the next wave attacks you, you clear it, upgrade, shop, next wave, and so on! There are just a few types of different enemies, so surviving means just to face bigger waves in the same situation and scenario. Again and again. This is insanely boring!

It's even a roguelite game, so when you die you have to restart the game with nothing unlocked, no progession, nothing, and i love roguelites but here it's just silly because the game is always the same boring thing with no variation!

Conclusions:
If this game had been an arcade game back in the eighties, they would have need to actually pay people in order to have them play this.
This is ultimately a bad tower defense with a basic and boring shooter gameplay where you can play a single dull scenario.
I wouldn't reccomend it even if it was free, there's no reason to waste time playing this instead of something else, or... just keep staring at this review it will be more entertaining!
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