by Joe White
September 28, 2013
There are plenty of tower defense-style games in the App Store, including Plants vs. Zombies 2, Kingdom Rush: Frontiers, and Castle Defense HD - to name a few. One forthcoming app, however, aims to offer iDevice users a tower-free, medieval-themed tower defense game for Apple's mobile OS, and has just entered its beta stage of development. Called Dark Frontier, the game allows users to "defend the realm" through strategically placing different characters along a preset route. Your characters can include wizards, knights, archers, dwarves, and more, and each features its own unique combat style and attributes. Dark Frontier's enemies, however, are vast in number and kind: some 29 different assailants, along with nine bosses, will meet with players throughout the course of the game. Fiends include "zombies, goblins orcs, ogres, skeletons, spiders, and more," developer Sea Ape Entertainment notes. Below, we've included a beta gameplay video of Dark Frontier, which gives iDevice users a better idea of what they can expect from the forthcoming title. Once available, Dark Frontier will be compatible with the iPhone 4 and above, the iPad 2 and above, the iPad mini, and the fifth-generation iPod touch. Sea Ape Entertainment is also looking for Dark Frontier beta testers; if you're interested, get in touch [email protected] We'll let you know once Dark Frontier launches in the App Store. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=je61paidWaM
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