[prMac.com] Nutley, New Jersey – Roman Gaming, a team of game developers have recently launched an innovative tower defense game app Defend From The Romans TD 1.10, which is available for free download on iTunes. This is a new exciting game designed for both iPhone & iPad that is about to change the whole outlook of the game fans regarding tower defense games. In fact, it features the biggest and hardest TD levels ever played.
In this game the players can play as the tower and attack the enemies. There are a total ten big action filled levels, which are quite hard and require many skills to complete the levels one by one. However, as hard as it may sound, the fun factor never fades away. Besides, there are six towers with nine upgrades each. One of the great features of this game is the Finger Scrolling’ feature, which makes it quite easy to navigate through each level. Apart from this, there are other features too such as finger attacks, upgrades, slowing down enemies with the help of vines, dropping hammer, rain meteors on enemies, break armor, power up towers, and many more.
Special Features are:
* Finger Scroller
* 10 levels with more than 10 waves each level
* Play as tower & attack enemies
* 6 finger attacks & power ups
* Epic defense battles which will hook players for hours
* 5 3D enemies
* 6 towers with 5 upgrades
* Hours of addiction
* iPhone 3GS or later iPad, iPod touch (3rd generation) or later
* Requires iOS 4.0 or later
* 68.9 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Defend From the Romans TD 1.10 is free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games category. It is also available on Google Play.Defend From the Romans TD 1.10
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