Size 41.949 MB 0 seeders Added 2012-08-22 17:40:35
Power of Defense is what you get when some dude who thinks he's being funny decides to mix aspects of real time strategy and tower defense games, while adding robots who reek of oil.. The game itself plays quite well - better than you'd think of a game with the aforementioned description - but a lack of variety and some rather obvious issues detract from the experience remarkably. The game operates very much like a two-way tower defense, however relies on the upgrading of robots instead of the more traditional use of stationarytowers. Your ultimate goal is to protect your own blueprints while gaining ground and attacking your opposition's blueprints. This is made challenging due to the fact that robots are always moving towards the opponent's factory, so a player will need to be strategic about when they deploy robots and how many they deploy. The deployment process itself is rather simple. At the start of each game, a player has a certain amount of resources. These can be used to program robots in a certain way - with more powerful robots costing more resources. While resources regenerate over time, if a player finds themself low, they can program a robot for low cost which will convert any destroyed units into new resources. Since this robot can't go on the offense, however, it comes down to strategy once again in regards to when to deploy it and how to combine it with the other robots. Quite clearly, strategy was to play a large role in this game, given the diverse selection of units available to the player, and there's no denying it as a predominant aspect of play.