There isn’t a single tower defense fan in the world right now that isn’t at very least aware of the release of Kingdom Rush: Frontiers, and for very good reason as well. The eagerness for this game’s arrival has been of biblical proportions, and now we’re free to download this all-new tower-building, enemy-slaying, upgrade-applying sequel that makes owning an iOS-based device worthwhile.
While some tower defense games offer some reasonably interesting gameplay, and others may look the part, Kingdom Rush is a tower defense game that leaves ‘satisfactory’ behind for all other games to strive for. With its mix of unbelievably stylish graphics and light-hearted style, the game manages to deliver unbeatable tower defense action in a seemingly effortless manner.
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Ever since the title was greenlighted by Steam, the feelings of anticipation are (to quote pretty much any ridiculous wrestling commentator ever) reaching “fever pitch”. If the original Kingdom Rush is anything to go by, then we are in for one hell of a tower defense ride with The Curse of Castle Blackburn, a whole new campaign for the title that will be available through Steam in the hopefully not-too-distant future. It seems that the anticipation for the game is bordering on apprehension, with fans already getting twitchy about the imminent release of Kingdom Rush: Frontiers, which even though was promised to us in Spring, is yet to rear its sexy head . As soon as the hype surrounding Frontiers dies down, the focus is going to be mainly on The Curse of Castle Blackburn and what it is going to offer us. Here are just a few ideas and reminders of what to expect in this highly- anticipated expansion.
To summarise Kingdom Rush in a paragraph would be to attempt to try to condense the philosophy of Nietzsche into a sentence: it’s doable, but it isn’t going to explain very much. Regardless of this, Kingdom Rush is one of those tower defense games that has it all: upgrades, enemies, style, and a charm that could talk the tide into ignoring the gravitational pull of the moon. Oh, and this is the hacked version, so you gon’ get some money for a-spending on whichever upgrade you like.
So you’ve decided to turn your whole life around and make it better with Kingdom Rush: Frontiers; congratulations, good for you, happy days, and I wish you a prosperous tower defense experience. By visiting this page, you have both acknowledged that Kingdom Rush: Frontiers is an incredible game, and have also realised that it can pose quite a challenge to your strategic thinking lobe of your brain, which I am sure only exists in my imagination, but couldn’t me more real within the confines of this guide. The difficulty in completing this game has led me to put down in an ordered arrangement of carefully-selected letters, words, sentences, and paragraphs organise with competent punctuation and slightly above-average spelling a guide to the game. Some general (and hopefully helpful) tips lay beneath, and beneath that, a slightly more detailed look at the levels. I should hope this guide finds its way to you and helps you out in some way.