Evil Defenders is a fun, frenetic defense game with a bit of humor thrown in. Featuring beautiful graphics and challenging gameplay, Evil Defenders lets you build and upgrade powerful defensive towers, use special landmarks unique to each map, and cast spells to repel enemy forces as you defend the Lands of Evil from invaders.
Evil Defenders has a huge amount of gameplay and offers the ability to play the game in many different ways through unique tower upgrades, a deep skill tree and 100 in-game achievements.
This is the Defense Game for true fans of the genre!
The challenge continues with six modes of difficulty and 90 levels across 15 distinct mission maps. Fight for evil!
• A Huge number of upgrades and 60 towers with distinct abilities and features: the Old Crypt, the Crossbow Goblin, the Poison Lord, the Basilisk and more;
• Five regions: Wastelands, Frostlands, Highlands, Island and Inferno;
• Six difficulty modes, including a Challenge mode, for unlimited battle practice;
• Unique landmarks for every location, such as The Altar of the Winds, The Toxic Swamp, The Treasure Chest and others;
• Extensive Skill Tree to upgrade your defenses;
• 100 in-game achievements;
• Leaderboards so you can see where you stack up against your friends!
• iCloud-enabled multi-device synchronization;
• Multi-language Support including: Russian, English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese;
• Massive gameplay, beautiful graphics and an immersive original soundtrack!

Compatible with iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5C, iPhone 5S, iPod Touch 5, iPad 2, iPad 3, iPad 4, and iPad Mini.
Not compatible with IPhone 4, IPod 4th Generation

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What's New


Minor UI tweaks and fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5

139 Ratings
139 Ratings



TL;DR: Not worth your time. Look elsewhere for strong level design and balance that will keep you playing. I'd recommend the ones from a certain assassin flightless bird from down under.

Pros: Not a lot of defense games out there where you play the "bad guys". MacHellman's clear resemblance to Hellboy, and the many other pop culture references are amusing little treats. There's a wide variety of towers to give you a wide variety of tactical options. You literally never HAVE to spend money to get a lot of play time out of this game.

Cons: Grinding. Lots and lots and lots and lots and lots and lots and lots and lots and *¥€%ing ***LOTS*** of grinding just to get a few very minor upgrades, requiring TEN TIMES that amount of grinding to be able to purchase enough upgrades to actually make a tangible difference on the battlefield. And the upgrades that make the most positive difference, such as starting cash and cash per kill are capped at a level that makes them barely even useful at all. And no matter how much grinding you do and siuls you save up, you cannot exchange for gold. This, combined with extremely poor and unimaginative level design to create artificial challenge makes the game go downhill very quickly after the first four stages.

Awesome game, crashes on iPad pro


This and fieldrunners 2 are the best tower defense games on iOS.

This game has an extremely balanced IAP system, and you literally never have to spend money. I bought the extra areas instead of using earned coins just to support the devs (and so I could use the coins for more upgrades :P). Minimal grinding for coins; in fact, I'm currently about 40% of the way through the game, and I probably didn't need to grind at all to get this far, and I have probably close to 40% of the upgrades, so it's looking good. I've gotten several hours of game time in already, as well.

The only issue is crashing on iPad pro (the only device I've played with ... iOS 9.2). It seems to be related to the screen flipping (like if I tilt the iPad away from me). This happens by accident somewhat frequently, and is frustrating, especially when you're far into a difficult map. Please fix this bug. Otherwise, super awesome game, thank you!

Just ok


Graphics and gameplay itself is great. The level design and overwhelming “pay to win” design is what makes this just another BAD game. You either have to spend countless hours grinding on previous levels just to get your towers strong enough to do anything to the next level, until your wallet is dry to only move forward a tiny amount. This game falls in line with all of the others that hopefully receive bad reviews for this type of layout. Plus, the customer support is nothing but auto replies and nothing gets accomplished with any actual issues with the game. I hope this review is read by others and gets them to avoid this game and not to get sucked into it by the FALSE four or five star reviews, created by the people who created the game. Again, just another BAD, pay to win game.


CP Decision Limited
597.4 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Age Rating
Rated 12+ for the following:
Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
Frequent/Intense Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
© CP Decision Limited
In-App Purchases
  1. Orb of Souls $5.99
  2. Chest of Souls $2.99
  3. Levels Pack: Desert + Frost + Volcano + Island $7.99


  • Family Sharing

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

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