Siege Towers For Two
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***** Winner of the Corona App of the Month Award! Downloaded over 300,000 times worldwide! *****
★★★★★ "We think this game rocks" -Jeff DeWaters
★★★★★ "This game is so great" -Aaron Baker
★★★★★ "No two games are ever the same ... My kids are constantly asking to play this one" -Loriffic
"My sister and I have never laughed so hard. WHAT A BLAST." – Toddfsu
Step into the medieval battle and build the higher Siege Tower to take over the enemy castle! In this fast and fun game made for two players sharing an iPad, your task sounds simple: drag the wood, spikes and cannons onto your wheeled base platform so that you'll end up constructing the higher tower. There's only three things in your way to an easy win: gravity, a ticking clock... and the other player, who is trying to build an even higher tower and whose cannons are directed at you!
Siege Towers For Two, comes with fully randomized levels, generating endless game play variations. Every new round -- shown with full support for Retina graphics on the new iPad -- offers a different combination of items, which you can freely drag anywhere, and rotate by tapping. Once the battle begins you'll see how well your construction fares! The game starts right into the two-player action, ideal for a local multiplayer game in cafes, on the train, at home or anywhere else. And if you're not close to a friend, you can enter the training mode for one player to prepare for the battle. Construct wisely and don't fail your knights, or you'll hear the sound of splintering wood hitting the dusty road!
What's New in Version 1.2
The game now includes high-resolution Retina graphics and adds support for the new iPad!
This is a great game!! I absolutely love it!! Check out the developer page too! It's great! Spikeball is a good two player game. That's on the developer page along with other fun multiplayer games too!! This developer makes great multiplayer games and you should TOTALLY get them!!!!!
To call this a game is an insult to games. It is little more than a tech demo. The training mode is unbalanced and the "tallest" measurement is frequently inaccurate and favors the right player even when they lose.
This is a neat idea, but that's all it is. It's not even enough to be called a mini-game. Maybe with more development, it could turn into something worthwhile and fun.
I wanted something fun to play with my friend, and was not disappointed! We couldn't stop playing for a while! If I could change anything, I would really love if you could control the length of the set up time, and shorten the time between rounds.
- Category: Games
- Updated: Mar 19, 2012
- Version: 1.2
- Size: 48.3 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Philipp Lenssen
- © Philipp Lenssen
Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.3 or later. Compatible with iPad.