Here at Appyzilla we have a confession. We’re really big fans of tower defense games. So we were stoked when it was time to do an iPhone app review of G.O.D (God of Defence), a tower defense app where the tables are turned and gameplay is extensive.
The G.O.D (God of Defence) app description tries to make a big deal of calling you The ONE and putting a storyline to the app, but, honestly, this game is straight tower defense, plain and simple. In an interesting twist, you play the god and you have to defend the human world from the weakening gates of hell where enemy demons are breaking out. Players can make use of upgradeable skills involving ice, fire, and plasma to fight back the hordes made up of 26 different enemy types. There is a help tutorial available through the main page, so the user can get a basic idea of the game works prior to actually playing it.
When I first started playing the game, I wasn’t too impressed with the graphics. G.O.D (God of Defence) has straightforward two-dimensional cartoon style graphics with a bit of a grungy, fantasy edge. The graphics are appropriate for all ages but the actions in the game are somewhat violent, as far as we noticed. The sounds effects are good and complement with the game play and app actions. On a small iPhone screen they are almost too intricately detailed, it’s hard to make out some of the work that devs obviously put some time into perfecting.
In the grand tradition of so many awesome iPhone apps, G.O.D (God of Defence) is entirely free to download and play. Sure, you might be tempted to buy some In-app purchases to make the game more fascinating, but you don’t have to do that to enjoy this app. With some better graphics and distinctive gameplay, this game could really be a hit on the app store.