Goblins: Dungeon Defense review
May 6, 2021
Goblins: Dungeon Defense
Arcade classics never get old, and a new development called Goblins: Dungeon Defense will try to prove it to you. Enemies advancing in waves, high-speed gameplay that forces you to react instantly to any threat, solid action and endless shooting - you'll have a lot of fun with this Space Invaders-style mix. Add RPG and tower defense elements to it all and you have a decent way to pass the time.
The storyline of the game features you battles with goblins waiting for your hero to die instantly and he has no choice but to engage in the battle. There is no other way out of the cave where these aggressive green creatures found you. Your anger is understandable: after all, your hero dared to steal unique crystals, an incredibly powerful source of energy hidden deep in the mountains.
And here the words are redundant: you must use all of your character's skills to repel the attacks of the goblin army and set yourself free by taking such precious loot with you.
Goblin: Dungeon Defense offers simple and intuitive controls. The arrow icons in the lower left corner of the screen are responsible for moving your hero along the line of defense, while the button on the right is responsible for shooting. To use a skill or super skill you have to wait until the special meter around the attack button is full. This skill allows the character to attack and defend more effectively.
Of course, the elements of action here require quick reactions and immediate decisions on your part, and being able to choose the strategy of the game yourself by changing characters will make this time killer deeper and more thoughtful.