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Developer: Infinite Dreams
Content Rating: Everyone
Join the Jelly forces now and lead them to glory in this uneven and fierce fight against the invaders! Use your tactical skills and wisdom to tip the scales of victory in your favor in order to save the Diploglobe and the Jelly nation from the agressors! That's right, you are their only hope - the one they call the liberator, the true leader, the Jelly savior! You are the hero they deserve! Just look at these poor little creatures. They trust you, they believe in you, they rely on you. Can you refuse those big faithfull eyes (or eye)? You're really their only hope! Get Jelly Defense now and lose yourself in an amazing, unique and beautiful world! Build powerful towers and lead your army to battle against fantastic and demanding enemies! The most magic, addicting and surreal adventure awaits you! Jump in and become the ultimate Jelly legend!
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As tower defense games go, Jelly Defense starts out with the potential to be one of the greats. Unfortunately, it never really lives up to this possibility, and that’s really too bad because it manages to get some very big aspects very right in very big ways. It’s sort of like JELL-O that way: it looks like it’ll be awesome, but then turns out to be merely okay.
Have you seen the graphics? Jelly Defense is just beautiful: its design is bright and the graphics are spectacular. We'd recommend this game too anyone and everyone, though the gameplay isn't exactly original. That said, we thoroughly enjoyed playing and the increasing challenge presented.
The App Store is clotted with tons and tons of tower defense games and Jelly Division doesn’t have a mechanical spark that differentiates it from most others. It is however a decent-enough tower defense game with an utterly fantastic look and vibe. Its art alone is worth the price of admission, but the game part holds up alright despite the orthodox approach.