Tower Raiders 3 Finally Hits the Play Store in Beta Form

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  • 05 Nov 2012
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  • A while ago we wrote about the upcoming title in the Tower Raiders series that was supposed to come really soon. Tower Raiders 3 would give you all the reasons to want it. It wants to give a completely different approach to the tower defense genre and is going to be available on Android as well as on the popular social network – Facebook.


    Tower Raiders 3 by Gianormous will be among the first tower defense titles to offer complete 3D graphics, from the placement of the towers to the paths of the enemies. It will also give a special feel, due to its high-res colorful graphics and detailed environments. The other titles in the series were very popular and we anticipate this one will also captivate a lot of gamers. Since it is so complex the developers will need to invest some more effort until they can reach a final version of the game.

    Deciding to not leave us expecting, the developers behind this new tower defense game have decided to release the title in Beta form on the Play Store. For them it’s a great opportunity to test the game on a wide range of devices and have users report all the bugs they find. For us it’s a joy to be able to test the very promising title. Tower Raiders 3 provides lots of challenging levels along with a whole different approach to what we’ve seen it the past with similar titles.

    Download the game for free from the Play Store and remember to help the developers discover any bugs you find.

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