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Defense Zone 2 Tower Defence Moves Out Of Early Access, Available For Linux

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Defense Zone 2 a pretty decent looking indie tower defence game is now officially available and out of early access.

Looks like a pretty standard tower defence game to me with no exceptional features to separate it from the many, many games in the genre.

About the Game
The new, engaging levels are even more stunning and impressive. New weapons have been added, along with new opponents, and even more action and tactics.

The game supports four languages: English, Russian, French and German.

The game settings are balanced to meet the goals of different players. If you want to test your skills and strategy, you can play the difficult level. If you are just playing for fun, then choose easy or medium level.

Greater variety of weaponry and landscape types gives you huge freedom in choosing your battle tactics. Choose the right weapon type and position to make sure your defense is effective. Airstrikes and the possibility of temporarily increasing weapon power can give you the advantage, and guarantee you will never get bored in the battle process.

Grab it on Steam right now.
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gemini 30 May 2014 at 6:33 pm UTC
Quite similar to iBomber defense pacific, except that the "attacking forces" don´t attack. So far I prefer iBomber, but I have only played through the first two levels of Defense zone 2 though.
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