Initially looks tasty, but not really enough to make our stomachs gurgle in delight, and the overly fussy approach and uneven difficulty curve gave us minor heartache.
Human Defense Review
by on November 16, 2012
Human Defense tries to differentiate itself form other Tower Defense games by placing the action inside the human body. It’s then up to you to protect various organs from infection, using a variety of nutrients and weapons.
It sounds intriguing and certainly looks the part, with a lovely cartoony approach and flawless presentation. Unfortunately, the action itself is overly confusing; attacking bacteria come in several forms that are destroyed by specific weapons – some are better suited to certain enemies – but then some develop a resistance, allowing them to get past the body’s defences, so you have to rethink your strategy on the fly.
It also gets very difficult, very quickly. It’s merely adequate at the present, but with some tweaking could prove to be just what the doctor ordered.
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