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Firstly you need to dig out the way that will lead you back to your house. That same path will also be used by the wondering minecraft monsters. The longer you dig, the more resources you acquire. The more twisted the path is, the longer it takes for the monsters to reach you. With 4 dispenser boxes to buy, and 4 pixelated traps to use - all in which can be upgraded, only you can defend your house in the Minecraft Tower Defense. Best of Luck!
Do you like Minecraft, and do you enjoy to play a tower defense game online? If you are in the same mood as us today, then you probably would like to play our free online Minecraft Tower Defense game. Am I right? ;)
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According to Planet Minecraft there are many fun and interesting facts about Minecraft. Minecraft is a 2011 sandbox video game originally created by Swedish programmer Markus "Notch" Persson and later developed and published by Mojang. The creative and building aspects of Minecraft enable players to build constructions out of textured cubes in a 3D procedurally generated world. Other activities in the game include exploration, resource gathering, crafting, and combat. Social media sites such as YouTube, Facebook, and Reddit played a significant role in popularizing Minecraft. Research conducted by the University of Pennsylvania's Annenberg School of Communication showed that one-third of Minecraft players learned about the game via Internet videos. As of June 2015, over 70 million copies had been sold, including 20 million between the Xbox 360 and Xbox One, 30 million mobile game downloads, and 20 million on PC, making it the best-selling PC game to date and the third best-selling video game of all time.
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.