Don’t like tower defence games? Then bugger off. Go on, right over there. No, further. Further. Further. Further. Further. Further. Further.
There you go. You’re now far enough away to safely move onto the next post that does interest you and thus not pollute this one with claptrap like ‘meh’ and ‘oh god not another one of these.’ I love TD, and I love this. Family Defense III is a Famicom-styled browser game, starring fantasy characters instead of towers. Build things, kill things, upgrade things, kill more things: you probably know the drill. So much so that the fact it’s in Japanese shouldn’t be a huge impediment to playing it.
I’ve embedded it below for lazies, but as a) it breaks out of the site’s template a bit and b) game-makers always deserve direct hits, you should go play this impossibly charming strategy game in its original home here.
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