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Desktop Tower Defense is played on a map resembling an office desktop. The player must stop a set number of enemies, known in the genre as "creeps", from reaching a set point on the playing field. This is accomplished by building and upgrading towers that shoot at, damage and kill the enemy creeps before they are able to reach their objective. Unlike many other tower defense games, the path of the creeps themselves is not set; instead, the towers built determine the path of the creeps, who take the shortest path they can find to the exit. The player begins with a set number of lives, and loses one for each creep that survives to reach its goal. Choose between five levels of difficulty in this flash game. Have Fun!
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The creeps come in waves at set intervals. Each wave of creeps has different characteristics, such as immunity to certain towers, extra resistance to certain towers, and the abilities to spawn new creeps, move faster than normal, or fly over the towers instead of following the maze. For each wave, the game rotates among the types of creeps. Several times during gameplay, boss waves will appear. These waves consists of just one or two large creeps each, that take many hits to defeat.
According to WikiPedia this the most successful flash based Tower Defense game ever release. It was created by Paul Preece and relased in March 2007, and within the first 4 monts the online game had beeb played more than 15.7 million times. The game was listed as one of Webware top ten web applications of 2007. It is available in English, Spanish, German, French and Italian. In May 2009, a commercial Nintendo DS version became available. This game was featured on Attack of the Show and the Lab with Leo on G4TechTV, and it has even been covered by publications like The Wall Street Journal. The game itself has been billed as extremely addictive and thus time-consuming by many reviewers, such as those at TechCrunch. The game makes approximately $100,000 per year, according to its creator. Most of the revenue generated by the game is through the online ad-service AdSense.
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