Vez’nan the powerful almighty wizard has returned! Embark on an epic journey as you gather his army and fulfill his devious plans... muahaha. Get ready to show the Kingdom who the real boss is! Fight your way as you conquer the new and the good old realms. Face empires of mighty enemies and clash against supreme bosses in this classic tower defense full of humor and epicness!
- 17 new towers, each with unique abilities and special powers.
- Choose your arsenal of towers and make devastating combinations to stop your enemies!
- 22 challenging stages across three lands ripe for the taking!
- 12 powerful heroes who will follow your command without hesitation.
- 40+ deadly enemies that will put all of your wit and tactical skills to the test.
- Rush the Kingdom as you bring down 5 mighty Kings in the most legendary of boss fights!
- New powers and reinforcements to vanquish your foes.
- 10+ trinkets and artifacts for that extra edge in battle.
- 30 upgrades to train your army to their best form.
- 60+ Achievements, hidden secrets and fun stuff for you to play and discover!
- No Wi-Fi at your Dark Tower? No worries, just play offline!
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NEW UPDATE! The Winter Queen has been freed from her ice prison and it's ready to unleash a frozen Nightmare on the kingdom. Help Vez'nan to defeat her.
Ratings and Reviews
When I saw that this was coming out I immediately pre-ordered it. The teaser looks action packed and, like all the other Kingdom Rush games, it looked fun. I downloaded the game and selected normal mode. You get to play as the bad guys, which is great, because it adds an even bigger opportunity for another Kingdom Rush after this one. My only complaint is that it’s missing the encyclopaedia which is a bit of a bummer because I liked being able to look back and see the enemies that I’ve faced and laugh at the ones that I thought used to be “tough”. It’s not worth taking a star away for, but it’s certainly something. When I got the game I bought the dragon, Beresad. I always buy the hero that looks the best, because they always help loads with the game. I like the new upgrades style, where you can choose a path. It adds more choice. I was slightly disappointed to see that there is only one tower upgrade path to go on. (On ly one selection for lvl 4) but once again, you made up for it by adding different towers to the game, that are dark knights, etc.
All in all, I am loving this game. I noticed that it adds and additional amount of challenge from the other Kingdom Rush games. It’s much more difficult, but that makes it even better. I do love a bit of challenge and frustration in a game. Well, I have loved this game so far, and I would recommend it to all strategy game lovers. Thanks!
I was really looking forward to playing the bad guys and it hasn’t disappointed me in terms of heroes, towers or stages. This is a good sequel to the other 3 games, although the change in towers took me a bit of getting used to. I love the new graphics and the fact I can zoom in on the map, but I was a bit sad that there are no extra campaigns as in the other games once you’ve finished it... I’m hoping they will be an update or maybe a future game won’t be too far away?! The two-part finale was a challenge, and it and I was excited by the hint at a future game in the cliffhanger at the end!
One addition I *really* like is the status bar on achievements that require a certain number of kills/special moves etc, so now I can see how far off I am from getting that achievement. I just gave up on some achievements in previous games because I couldn’t tell how far off I was from getting there so I just got bored. The status bar gives me a bit more impetus to complete them all!
I wish there was a proper pause button rather than just settings (I’m worried I will accidentally hit exit or something). I play this on my commute so pause is useful for when it needs to go back in my handbag... but my wish list is pretty minor to be honest.
Sense of completion?
Ironhide has delivered yet another high quality game. Aesthetically first, visuals are still humorously detailed, with vivid colours and fluid animation. In terms of gameplay, it is a tight and precise, every action responds perfectly. As for the strategy the addition of a 5th tower, the possibility to change the roster, and the variety of attack styles multiply the ways of completing each level, and its pretty refreshing. The heroes seem well balanced so far and provide an extra dose of strategical choice.
I’ve got one complaint, though. Having been a KR player for a while I just regret that there isn’t any satisfaction to get from replaying levels with different difficulty. As another reviewer mentioned, even being awarded a ‘stamp’ for each difficulty level beat was a big plus as it incited me to go back to the game. I completed the campaign and a few challenges, but I’m now finding myself not wanting to play much more because the sense of progress and achievement is gone. I don’t know how difficult it would be to add this feature back into the game, but I’m pretty sure it would motivate many people to stick to the game beyond the initial completion.
Ironhide, you did amazingly, but please add the award system back!
- Ironhide S.A.
- 751.1 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- Rated 9+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
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- In-App Purchases
- Hero Beresad £6.99
- Tower Grim Cemetery £2.99
- Hero Tank £5.99
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