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Windows 8.1 App Watch: Myth Defense

Nothing like a quality game in the middle of a work week, don’t you agree? Arguably, no genre has been helped more by the mobile revolution than tower defense, and here is another such title for your playing pleasure.

Myth Defense: Light Forces is the free version of the game that is retails for $3.99.

It offers one map to go with three maps of the campaign, but it is more or less similar to the paid version. All you have to do is build a maze of towers, with the intention of preventing the hordes of mythic enemies (trolls, orcs and friends) from reaching the level exit. Sounds simple enough.

Here is the official description:

“”Myth Defense: Light Forces” has the best elements of tower defense games and also includes such original features as alchemy, random maps, campaign and more. The game supports all screen resolutions, and it is highly recommended for HD devices.”

The game is already available on competing mobile platforms, but has recently hit the Windows Store.

You get three basic towers at your disposal, which you can upgrade multiple times in order to make them more powerful. You also get access to traps that can be laid out on the battlefield.

These come in real handy to take care of the rushing hordes.

The presentation of this free game is top notch, with crisp visuals to go with a seamless interface making for a neat harmless fun. Online leaderboards are also supported. The same can be said for versions of Windows running ARM based processors.

Click here to check out Myth Defense on the Windows Store.

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  • Wayne S

    I do like these type of games. Thanks for showcasing this. I will download the free version to try it out. And if I like it, my wallet will be $3.99 lighter.

  • Kelsy Martin

    Smart for games like this to have a free version. Let people see what the game is all about and get them hooked. If they do, then they’ll buy the full version. The only reason to not do this would be if you don’t have a good quality app.

  • Jake

    Never really been into strategy defense games, but there’s no denying the popularity. I would have to imagine the free version will only make the game that much more popular.