[FREE] Lumberwhack: Defend the Wild –The ultimate strategy and action-defense game!
[FREE, all levels, no ads] Google Play: http://play.google.com/store/apps/de...ve.lumberwhack
“most fun castle defense games I've played...” —Touch Arcade
“terrific fun...makes the time pass quickly.” —148Apps
In this action-packed strategy game you help Koko Kornelius, the mad and brave monkey to defend the wildlife from vicious tree-cutters. Team up a wide variety of fierce animals and create the ultimate wall of defense - will you come out on top?
OVER 60 AMUSING AND CHALLENGING LEVELS
Choose your own path through this seemingly endless game in a quest to become the king of the hill! This addictive game will keep you entertained for hours on end with exciting gameplay and 66 unique levels! If that’s not enough - unlock survival mode!
EXTRAORDINARY ANIMALS AND SKILLS
Discover and upgrade the Smashback Gorilla, Punchbag Panda, Banana Magnet and many more unique characters and skills in this wild adventure. All with there own special abilities!
A WALK IN THE PARK? IT’S A WAR IN THIS PARK!
Battle chainsawers, gunslingers, medics and more. This exhilarating tale isn’t a walk in the park - each lumberjack presents you with a new threat and a challenge to overcome!
MORE COOL FEATURES
- The ultimate strategy and action-defense game, wrapped into one wild package!
- Compete with your friends via Google Play Leaderboards!
- Get the ultimate time score on the endless Survival Mode!
- Collect over 40 achievements as you advance through the game! Can you collect them all?
- Stunning graphic and beautiful animations!
“Lumberwhack is perfect for quick sessions, long playthroughs, or anything in-between…one of the most fun castle defense games I’ve played.” —Touch Arcade
“You will find yourself missing stops on a train trying to fight off the waves of enemies, and not care one bit.” —Developer's Accomplice
“Tower defense fans should certainly give this a try!” —iFanzine
“This is tower-defense gaming evolved: incorporating features of other titles in the genre and refining them into something addictively pure.” —Noobsource