Castle Defense

Ninja Dino Showdown!? Review

The first episode of "Ninja Dino Showdown" proves a clear winner thanks to its active take on Tower Defense, a very cool class change system and a surprisingly meaty campaign. ...

Time for Epic Review

Well, wouldn't you know it -- no sooner do you master time travel than a mass of aliens, displaced World War I soldiers, and dinosaurs flood in to take over you...

Siegebreaker Review

First there was Tower Defense. Then there was Reverse Tower Defense. Now the towers move, and one of them shoots lightning out of a guitar. Oh yeah, and did we mention this one's completely free?...

Wild Defense Review

It's almost too bad "Wild Defense" hit the App Store at a point when the Tower Defense genre - like so many others on this platform - has been pretty much beaten to death. Its approach is very competently executed but too by-the-book to excite those who aren't already diehard Tower Defense fans in search of their latest fix....

Zombie Samurai Review

The slicing genre may compete with the endless runner for most worn-out concept on iOS, but "Zombie Samurai" is a compelling package thanks to the way it marries the depth of the Castle Defense genre with swipe-at-everything gameplay....

Anthill Review

War is Hell. That's why it belongs only in extremely well-crafted and devilishly addictive strategy games, like this one!...

Image & Form: Interview and Giveaway!

For our latest interview, we chatted up a storm with Brjánn Sigurgeirsson, CEO of Image & Form! It's a dramatic and insightful mega article, and while you're reading the conclusion on the third page, won't you be a dear and log into Twitter? There could be a free copy of "Anthill" in it for you!...