Your screen is to small to play this online tower defense game.
Defend your castle from the medival robots. Click to shoot robot. Don't let the robot army get to your castle! Let the humans pass and collect them and use them to help fight back against the robot army. Have Fun!
Are you interested in both robot tech and also medival times? In additions to this do you like to tower defense games? Well, if you are in the same mood as us today, then you probably would like to play our fun online Medieval Robot Defense game. Am I correct? ;)
Use mouse to aim and shoot. Space bar to release attacking humans.
According to HistoryForKids.net there are many fun facts about medieval times for kids. The middle ages were a very interesting time it came about after the collapse of the Roman Empire. Different leaders tried their best to create their own empires, which did not last. During the Early Middle Ages, everything was built with the idea of protection in mind. Castles, then, weren't simply giant stone structures sitting out in the open, waiting for someone to come along, knock on the door, and walk in. Rather, they were buildings within high walls, and contained what was very much like a small village. The Late Middle Ages (1300-1500) saw great losses of life, and so the daily life of anyone living during this period might have been focused on trying to eat as well as possible and avoid catching the plague. Aside from all of this training and work, the nobles and peasants were still allowed to have fun. No television and video games, obviously, but there were still some things that people of the medieval period did for fun that we continue to enjoy today. People of the medieval period often watched plays to learn about what was going on in the world or to hear stories and legends being passed around.
According to WikiPedia Tower defense is a subgenre of real-time strategy games, where the goal is to stop the enemies from reaching a specific point on the map by building a variety of different towers which shoot at them as they pass. The Tower Defense game genre started with Atari's Rampart game, back in 1990. By the early 2000s, maps for StarCraft, Age of Empires II, and Warcraft III were following in Rampart's footsteps. Eventually, independent video game developers began using Adobe Flash to make stand-alone tower defense browser games. One of the most popular tower defense flash games ever is the Desktop Tower Defense, relaese in March 2007, and which earned an Independent Games Festival award. Tower defense games are characterised by the positioning of static units by the player to defend against mobile enemy units who are trying to get from a start point to an end point. Enemies and towers usually have varied abilities, costs, and upgrade prices. When an enemy is defeated, the player earns money or points, which are used to buy or upgrade towers, or upgrade the number of money or points that are earned, or even upgrade the rate at which they upgrade. It is also a common theme in tower defense games to have air units which do not pass through the layout of the maze, but rather fly over the towers directly to the end destination.