Royal Defense: Invisible Threat

Become a part of an exciting story based on the dwarven kingdom's eternal struggle against the troll hordes, who want only to crush the dwarves and claim their territory! To defeat these monstrous hordes, you must construct defensive towers and units and learn to wield powerful spells. All your towers and units have specific stats: Damage, Fire rate, Damage radius, Damage type, as well as various other features, such as enemy slowdown and Damage Over Time. Each level also brings new units and structures to help you fight the troll menace. You’ll never be lacking for new and exciting ways of decimating those nasty trolls! Build towers, earn money, collect crystals and upgrade your spells – the enemy shall not pass!

Frost will slow them down. So hard that I don't know how much effort I'll put into it. There are lots of warriors! But I'm an experienced player, and haven't been able to crack even the first level at Easy of the second section. First of all buy weapons with the coins that you have at the beginning of the level and choose the place for them. I do not recommend this game at all to anyone. Or maybe you will decide to increase the outpost durability? Less spots to build, and then being forced to build towers to see the invisible mobs just to get mobbed by hordes on the next one with limited resources.. However, after board 5, I was severely disappointed. I am still playing this game and I have now 3 stars on the easy mode for all the levels in the first land desert bones , so it really does get easier after some upgrades. You all, completely went with the 'not fun route'. You have completely destroyed with me the fun and enjoyment I had with your first game. Help the dwarves protect the fortress in the game Royal Defense: Invisible Threat!

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I do not recommend this game at all to anyone. It does not follow the normal sequences that TD games do and that the other two games in the series do. The game Royal Defense: Invisible Threat will equally impress kids and adults. Meteor rain, Earthquake and Swamp will significantly damage your hostiles. If you can't cope with enemies using only guns, try your magic spells! This makes the game virtually unplayable and impossible to enjoy. Suggestion to developers: you make wonderful games! You have a unique opportunity to upgrade all the weapons and spells after you defeat all the enemy's waves. The only trick is that the enemies are tougher, but you still have to earn gems to build up your forces from scratch. But watch out! Less spots to build, and then being forced to build towers to see the invisible mobs just to get mobbed by hordes on the next one with limited resources.. Help the dwarves protect the fortress in the game Royal Defense: Invisible Threat! Here the game gives very few points to start with and several early games are impossible to solve regardless of available strategy. The first game, on easy mode, allowed you to play the game with some strategy needed, but it was fun.


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I was torn between 3 and 4 stars, but went for 4 stars, because it is very addictive and I think it deserves a higher rating than it is getting. Or maybe you will decide to increase the outpost durability? It does not follow the normal sequences that TD games do New Yankee in King Arthurs Court 2 that the other two games in the series do. I do not recommend this game at all to anyone. You will get coins for killing each enemy. To begin with, Dffense: the difficulty mode: Easy, Normal or Hard. And, after you grind out some, to do the 2nd Royak, forget it. The wolves and infantrymen are the most vulnerable. The first game, on easy mode, allowed you to play Tyreat game with some strategy needed, but it was fun. First of all buy weapons with the coins that you have at the beginning of the level and choose Thfeat place for them. You have completely destroyed with me the fun and enjoyment I had with your first game. But after some upgrades it is still very enjoyable. Frost will slow them down. At first, I was very happy with it.

To get the normal and hard boards done, you needed to do some heavier thinking and do some grinding for gems to get upgrades. And, after you grind out some, to do the 2nd half, forget it. Or maybe you will decide to increase the outpost durability? First of all buy weapons with the coins that you have at the beginning of the level and choose the place for them. The first section is doable, once you've maxed out most of the weapons. There is the concept of challenge, and then the concept of not being fun. Help the dwarves protect the fortress in the game Royal Defense: Invisible Threat! I like my games a little more attainable. The only trick is that the enemies are tougher, but you still have to earn gems to build up your forces from scratch. What is more important for you: to increase the damage from your weapons or to make your spells more powerful? I do not recommend this game at all to anyone. The wolves and infantrymen are the most vulnerable.

What is more important for you: to increase the damage from your Defenss: or to make your spells more powerful? And, Bubble Zoo 2 you grind out some, to Invosible the 2nd half, forget it. You can also build mines and get more gold, with which you will buy weapons and upgrades for them. The enemies in chain armor are slow but possess excellent health. It is almost necessary to have played the first royal defense, since there is only a tutorial for the new additions. You will get coins for killing each enemy. But watch out! The first game, on easy mode, allowed you to play the game with some strategy needed, but it was fun. Help the dwarves protect the fortress in the game Royal Royal Defense: Invisible Threat Invisible Threat! I am still playing this game and Zumas Revenge have now 3 stars on the easy mode for all the levels in the first land desert bonesso it really does get easier after some Defens:.


And, after you grind out some, to do the 2nd half, forget it. The only trick is that the enemies are tougher, but you still have to earn gems to build up your forces from scratch. You will get coins for killing each enemy. You can also build mines and get more gold, with which you will buy weapons and upgrades for them. You all, completely went with the 'not fun route'. You have a unique opportunity to upgrade all the weapons and spells after you defeat all the enemy's waves. Give us some funny or interesting enemies but the game has to be doable. Suggestion to developers: you make wonderful games! The game Royal Defense: Invisible Threat will equally impress kids and adults. It gets very hard very quick. Help the dwarves protect the fortress in the game Royal Defense: Invisible Threat! To get the normal and hard boards done, you needed to do some heavier thinking and do some grinding for gems to get upgrades. First of all buy weapons with the coins that you have at the beginning of the level and choose the place for them. Frost will slow them down.

10 thoughts on “Royal Defense: Invisible Threat

  1. To begin with, choose the difficulty mode: Easy, Normal or Hard. Poor dwarves are protecting their fortress and the hordes of trolls are trying to invade the lands! It is almost necessary to have played the first royal defense, since there is only a tutorial for the new additions. Less spots to build, and then being forced to build towers to see the invisible mobs just to get mobbed by hordes on the next one with limited resources..

  2. To get the normal and hard boards done, you needed to do some heavier thinking and do some grinding for gems to get upgrades. You have a unique opportunity to upgrade all the weapons and spells after you defeat all the enemy's waves. But after some upgrades it is still very enjoyable. This makes the game virtually unplayable and impossible to enjoy.

  3. At first, I was very happy with it. The other two games in the series are fine and actually very good. To get the normal and hard boards done, you needed to do some heavier thinking and do some grinding for gems to get upgrades. To begin with, choose the difficulty mode: Easy, Normal or Hard. But after some upgrades it is still very enjoyable.

  4. It is almost necessary to have played the first royal defense, since there is only a tutorial for the new additions. The first royal defense was a lot better balanced in that regard. It gets very hard very quick.

  5. It gets very hard very quick. But you have to earn a certain number of stars to open the second campaign. You all, completely went with the 'not fun route'. I like my games a little more attainable.

  6. What is more important for you: to increase the damage from your weapons or to make your spells more powerful? Meteor rain, Earthquake and Swamp will significantly damage your hostiles. There is the concept of challenge, and then the concept of not being fun. So hard that I don't know how much effort I'll put into it.

  7. Nerfing the artillery, bad move. At first, I was very happy with it. Give us some funny or interesting enemies but the game has to be doable.

  8. The wolves and infantrymen are the most vulnerable. Or maybe you will decide to increase the outpost durability? There are lots of warriors! Meteor rain, Earthquake and Swamp will significantly damage your hostiles.

  9. The first game, on easy mode, allowed you to play the game with some strategy needed, but it was fun. This makes the game virtually unplayable and impossible to enjoy. However, after board 5, I was severely disappointed. To begin with, choose the difficulty mode: Easy, Normal or Hard.

  10. You have a unique opportunity to upgrade all the weapons and spells after you defeat all the enemy's waves. It is almost necessary to have played the first royal defense, since there is only a tutorial for the new additions. Here the game gives very few points to start with and several early games are impossible to solve regardless of available strategy. If you can't cope with enemies using only guns, try your magic spells! You all, completely went with the 'not fun route'.

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