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GAMES
Desktop Tower Defense Pro by Hand Drawn Games
Desktop TD is a fun flash based puzzle / strategy game where you have to protect your desktop from invaders by spending money on attacking pieces and building a maze for them to follow. Strangely addictive yet stress relieving... how many levels can you survive? One of our favorites at Dirty Coffee, Desktop Tower Defense sets itself apart by letting you build your own path for the creeps to follow. With multiple game modes, you could spend hours on this one.

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Directions:

Creeps enter from the left and (in some modes) from the top. You must stop them from reaching the other side or you will lose lives. You start with 20 lives, and when they are gone the game is over.

Towers are used to attack creeps and also to block their path. You buy a Tower by clicking on its image and then clicking somewhere on the map. There are 6 different towers to choose from, each with different abilities. Towers can be improved by buying upgrades. Different creeps have different abilities.

Read the instructions! A highly upgraded tower does a lot more damage than many level 1 towers. Anti-air does what it says on the tin. You can earn a higher score by sending waves early, but be careful not to swamp your maze! 'N' sends the next level early.

Worldwide release:

April 27, 2009