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Defend your base against the social network icons, and rss icons as you setup turrets. Your main goal is to destroy all the Social Networks. Towers are bought and upgraded with gold that you earn throughout the levels. Towers have three effects: Troll: Damages over time, Virus: Slows enemies, and Hacker damages surrounding enemies. The lower four are bonus towers and can be bought from the shop. Fully upgraded towers can't be sold. The social media enemies will grow stronger and have more health with each wave. Make sure to use your towers to destroy them. Reddit towers reward the player with the most gold. Have Fun!
Do you have some social network profiles and do you like to blast towers? If you are in the same mood as us today, then you probably would like to play our free online Social Network Defence game. Am I right? ;)
Use your mouse to play this fun tower defence game.
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