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Play one of the all-time best tower strategy games. Defense strategy gaming at its finest: Jay is Games "Best Of", FGL "Most Addictive", top strategy game on Kongregate and Addicting Games - now custom made for iPad with awesome new iPad-exclusive features.

Play the bad guy - a ruthless Overlord with the combined might of orcs, undead, and demons at your command. You've worked hard to amass your ill-gotten gain, but wave after wave of self-appointed heroes want to take your Gems. Set your defenses and destroy the heroes, always keeping one thing in mind: Don't Touch My Gems!

- Protect your Gems from waves of pilfering heroes
- Awesome towers with 12 different upgrades and unique powers
- 33 epic skills to unlock and add to your firepower, including new iPad exclusive skills
- Devastating spells like Meteor and Frenzy to unleash on the invaders
- 30 challenging levels tuned exclusively for the iPad
- Exclusive iPad premium items to help you crush those pesky heroes
- Many hours of play and replay to achieve the coveted "Brilliant" rating on all levels and the 24 Gamecenter achievements

What's New

Version 1.1.6

Interfaces update

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5

16 Ratings

16 Ratings

Great TD Game!


This TD game is great, but the difficulty ramps up after the 5th map making it a major grind-fest. If you want too, you can purchase rank ups at $.99 per rank (ouch!) to speed things up. It's not needed though. Just grind the maps and you will get there.

I would advise purchasing the 3 helpful items. You should at least purchase the "The All Seeing Eye" or the invisible creeps can run past your towers without taking damage! The Cursed Gem is nice to have also!

You must protect your gems in your cave and the Cursed Gem is an exploding decoy. It is always there buy your cave entrance at the beginning of a map, but only one use per map.

You can purchase these items separately, or there is a bundle to get all 3 helpful items for a very fair price and they do help you out a lot! You only purchase them once and they will always be there every time you replay a map.

It can get a bit frustrating at first, but if you grind levels over and over, you will rank up fast and get the points to upgrade your towers. Tip: The harder the map, the more experience points you get towards your next rank.

You get 3 tower upgrade points each time you rank up. With each upgrade, each map gets easier and easier to beat. You have 3 spells to use also. Tip: One of the spells increases your tower's firing rate up to 160%! *Upgrade that spell as soon as you can! Meteor rocks! (Pun intended! LOL) *These spell upgrades are part of the tower upgrades.

Once you start building up your towers and spells things get really fun! I never needed to purchase rank ups (IAP) but I did purchase the 3 items right away and I advise you do the same! But they're not needed to beat the game... I don't think. LOL You can beat the game in a couple of days or so, depending on the time you spend playing.

The sequel to this game is much bigger and better! I recommend both games to all TD junkies!

Both games can be played and beat without purchasing any IAP! Well, maybe, "The All Seeing Eye" might be required... LOL I bought it before playing any maps!

Update: I beat the game in two days. The only negative I can see is that there in no replay value after beating the game, as there is no Endless Mode!!! Dropping review to 4 Stars for the lack of Endless Mode. Come on guys, every great TD game HAS an Endless Mode!!!

Polished TD Game, but...


This is one of my favorite TD games to play. Its well balanced, and the point system to level up skills keeps it fun and interesting.

However, on the iPad version, I am experiencing a bug that prevents me from finishing the level. It seems to happen when there are a lot of monsters on the screen. The frame rate lowers drastically, and then I am unable to press the button to speed up to the next wave. Another characteristic of the bug is that monsters move off the path, and through tiles they should not be able to traverse.

I would like to see this bug fixed because it is keeping me from enjoying an otherwise polished and fun game.

Ninja's still worst part of game


I love this game. Played it since day one on Kongregate. This app is better than the flash version in many ways and offers some good challenge. Unfortunately, it also offers up some cheap challenge in the form of the ninja. No other opponent forces such a major change in how you set your towers on each level. Winning many levels on Brilliant or Excellent where these guys are present is not about player skill, but skill points/upgrades.

I still believe that no ninja should be stealthed while carrying a gem, as well.

I think it was a bit easy to leave them in the way they are and would have preferred if there was a way to counter them from a tower power perspective that weakened one's defense against other opponents rather than setting a building precedent on all maps once they are introduced (build single towers close to all entrances to force them into stealth and a clump of towers near gems to kill them once they unstealth).

Having said that, it's still a great TD game and I'm glad to own it right alonside Balloons TD 4.


Kaiparasoft Ltd
38.5 MB
Requires iOS 5.0 or later. Compatible with iPad.
Age Rating
Rated 9+ for the following:
Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
© 2011 IriySoft and Ninja Kiwi
In-App Purchases
  1. Level Up! $0.99
  2. Cursed Power Pack $1.99
  3. All-Seeing Eye $0.99


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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