Gnumz: Masters of Defense

Build the ideal chain of traps using magic and the powers of the elements in Gnumz: Masters of Defense! An unknown mineral has been found in the depths of the dwarfish caverns, more valuable than gold and harder than steel. This find quickly turned sour as The Wicked King laid siege to the underground cities ordering their inhabitants to give up their entire supply of the wonderful ore. Battle in the depths of the Iron Mountain, in the cold of the Icy Halls, in the hellish fire of the Crucible and among the secrets of the Shadow Frontier. Defeat the army of The Wicked King!

Rated 5 out of 5 by Rimmi82 from new word in tower defense games Oh! The Wicked King laid siege to the underground cities and ordered their inhabitants to give him their entire supply of the wonderful ore. I get that you lay traps but as one reviewer says, it was to confusing on what killed who. All in all if you want to play a game of strategy, this isn't it, in my opinion, but if you want to play a game thats a little different and with quirky characters, go for it, but I highly recomend downloading the demo to make sure its what you want. Essentially these are reverse towers, but I miss the shooting. Lead the defense! All traps and enemies have elemental affinities. The authors need to analyze this game and start over. When I saw the record machine man come out it was "O. There are Skeletons, Ice Trolls and Thieves to stop and you receive loot and sometimes ore for each enemy that you stop. I got so bored at one point I made all the traps the heating grill just to see what would happen. The music is a bit annoying and resembles the one of " Dwarves", but that's not a big thing, just turned it off.

There really wasnt that many traps you could lay in the small area you covered. Unlike tower defense where you can see after the enemy stormed the castle how many men have fallen, here there was nothing, they just walked past your traps and went in the crystal wall and that was it. On the positive side though some of the characters were different. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by jellypuppy from Too complicated for a casual game This is another tower defense game from 8 floor games. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by wildone from I missed my flamethrowers! The problem is, that every type of weapon is for a certain type of enemy and often there's not enough space to build weapons for every enemy type. An enemy army is at our gates! The Wicked King laid siege to the underground cities and ordered their inhabitants to give him their entire supply of the wonderful ore. There are Skeletons, Ice Trolls and Thieves to stop and you receive loot and sometimes ore for each enemy that you stop. And if you were wondering if you can replay levels to farm gems for upgrades, no you can't. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by pennmom36 from I Fear Change Normally I'm a huge fan of Tower Defense game, but this game revamped just about every TD concept I am familiar with, thus it just seemed a bit strange. It works like rock-paper-scissors with any element being effective against 2 elements and weak to 1. I actually played one level and beat every enemy without ever buying a trap.

Video

Gnumz: Masters of Defense The Iron Mountain Level 1-1 Hard 3 Stars

This game was just no fun for me. You always have to think, what was that thing again, red? Build an ideal chain of traps. The game, however, is very hard. You can repeatedly use rewards to buy magic but not to buy traps, so why buy traps at all? The graphics are good and the game is entertaining but just unfamiliar, enjoy! On each level you need to build build traps which damage type depends on it color. However, this makes playing the game exceptionally complicated. There are Skeletons, Ice Trolls and Thieves to stop and you receive loot and sometimes ore for each enemy that you stop. When I saw the record machine man come out it was "O. In this version you have traps to set in the floor of the paths. Anyway, absurdly complicated and not that fun. Do I recomend the game? Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by jellypuppy from Too complicated for a casual game This is another tower defense game from 8 floor games.

Homme Gnumz: Masters of Defense discussion

On each level you need to build build traps which damage type depends on it color. I love the tower defense games in fact I have all three Toy Defense and the humorous Garden Defense that started Gnumz: Masters of Defense all for me, but this. Gnumz: Masters of Defense is a strategy game inspired by classical fantasy. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by FrauMeike from A bit frustrating The graphics of this tower defense game are awesome, very funny and cartoonish. The weapons are different from all the ballistas and cannons that you're used to, e. Destroy hundreds of enemy invaders! A new fantasy world with dozens of underground cities, mines and catacombs! Anyone who wishes to lay their hands on the dwarfs' treasures must overcome hundreds of clever traps and powerful curses standing in their way. The authors need to analyze this game and start over. Rated 5 out of 5 by Rimmi82 from new word in tower defense games Oh! It works like rock-paper-scissors with any element being effective against 2 elements and weak to 1. Also, the rewards are frequent but the traps are expensive. I bought the game and I still try to figure out how gold can be achieved, maybe the numerous updates you can buy Vampire Legends: The Count of New Orleans make it Gnumz: Masters of Defense, but up to know this is a "Meh! New players and hardcore gamers alike will enjoy its carefully crafted balance. That just killed the fun for me.

Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by pennmom36 from I Fear Change Normally I'm a huge fan of Tower Defense game, but this game revamped just about every TD concept I am familiar with, thus it just seemed a bit strange. You can repeatedly use rewards to buy magic but not to buy traps, so why buy traps at all? Use magic and the power of the elements: earth, ice, fire and shadow. This game is very similar, but with different weaponry, as others have described. In some levels you can only build two weapons on a certain enemy path, but are facing at least four types of enemies of which some you can't kill with your choice, e. With that loot you build the element traps and with the ore you buy cheaper or stronger defenses or miscellaneous items such as more health or a higher starting budget. Lead the defense! Its new system of interacting elements will reveal your tactical talents, and brute force has its place as well. There really wasnt that many traps you could lay in the small area you covered. The music is a bit annoying and resembles the one of " Dwarves", but that's not a big thing, just turned it off. The authors need to analyze this game and start over. It is so much to try to keep in your memory that the game is just not fun. Each level in the underground caverns requires an individual approach.

Use magic and the power of the elements: earth, Annies Millions, fire and shadow. I could almost swear one character thumbed their nose at me, I so missed my sniper at the top of the building. I miss the good ol' days when you could self adjust the Gnumz: Masters of Defense by farming gems. It is the same X number of Sky Taxi 4: Top Secret per star on each level. Unlike tower defense where you can see after the enemy stormed the castle how many men have fallen, here there was nothing, they just walked past your traps and went in the crystal wall and that was it. I do miss my waddling little dinosaurs that toppled over so cutely. Lead the defense! The graphics are good and the game is entertaining but just unfamiliar, enjoy! All traps and enemies have elemental affinities. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by wildone from I missed my flamethrowers! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by ember89 from Totally addictive! All in all if you want to play a game of strategy, this isn't it, in my opinion, but if you want to play a game thats a little different and with quirky characters, go for it, but I highly recomend downloading the demo to make sure its what you want. Some of the characters walked to fast over the traps that it didnt effect them at all and the money you made for the ones you killed really didn't seem to upgrade your traps that much.


5 thoughts on “Gnumz: Masters of Defense

  1. Anyone who wishes to lay their hands on the dwarfs' treasures must overcome hundreds of clever traps and powerful curses standing in their way. I failed to get gold from around the sixth level on and I'd consider myself expert in defense games. I was so frustrated and furious, but I stuck with it and was soon addicted.

  2. Gnumz: Masters of Defense is a strategy game inspired by classical fantasy. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by pennmom36 from I Fear Change Normally I'm a huge fan of Tower Defense game, but this game revamped just about every TD concept I am familiar with, thus it just seemed a bit strange. I love the tower defense games in fact I have all three Toy Defense and the humorous Garden Defense that started it all for me, but this.. Use magic and the power of the elements: earth, ice, fire and shadow.

  3. All in all if you want to play a game of strategy, this isn't it, in my opinion, but if you want to play a game thats a little different and with quirky characters, go for it, but I highly recomend downloading the demo to make sure its what you want. I was so frustrated and furious, but I stuck with it and was soon addicted. All traps and enemies have elemental affinities.

  4. In this version you have traps to set in the floor of the paths. Build an ideal chain of traps. There are Skeletons, Ice Trolls and Thieves to stop and you receive loot and sometimes ore for each enemy that you stop.

  5. Each level in the underground caverns requires an individual approach. The Wicked King laid siege to the underground cities and ordered their inhabitants to give him their entire supply of the wonderful ore. Unlike tower defense where you can see after the enemy stormed the castle how many men have fallen, here there was nothing, they just walked past your traps and went in the crystal wall and that was it. First off there really wasn't any sense to it.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *