Pewpew Land Multiplay Defense Game is a tower defense game app for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. It was created by Mobile force and costs 99 cents for the full version though you can play the first ten levels for free. This app lets you use a quite a few different pewpew. Tower defense games are very easy to find in the iTunes app store and this does a good job of having a wide variety of maps and towers.
There are a lot of games on the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad and the truth is that a lot of them are a stretch for how well they work. Tilting, virtual buttons, and all the others can get old pretty quickly, but one of the game types that works nearly perfectly are tower defense games. This is because the game isn’t about the controls it is about how you set things up and so simply touching a tower is the fastest and easiest way to upgrade and add more letting you focus on the strategy.
When you open this app you will begin by having access to two different types of pewpew towers, the normal shot and the shotgun. With each level you’ll be shown another different tower, with a maximum of five on any level and it lets them control how you play the levels better. These include lasers, missiles, shotguns, hammers, exploding towers, and snipers. These are quite a lot of fun towers here and the upgrades feel just about right in their strength.
The graphics and sound of this app are good for the iPhone. You can listen to your own music while using this app which would be very nice if you’re trying to get s on all 42 levels.
The controls of this app work almost perfectly as I never did anything I didn’t want to do, though it would be nice if they told me what they did because it’s hard to tell if the poison tower actually poisons them or just does damage.
The greatest weakness of this app is that there was not enough information written and I’d like to see a short description on the tower when I touch it. You can figure it out eventually but it just is not as much fun.
This app gets four out of five stars because of the lack of descriptions of what they do.