X-Morph: Defense for Nintendo Switch
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X-Morph: Defense

Feb 21, 2019
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Developer: EXOR Studios
Content Rating: Teen

Summary

Unique fusion of a top down shooter and tower defense strategy. You are the X-Morph - an alien species that invades Earth to harvest its resources. Strategize in the build mode by carefully selecting various types of alien towers or throw yourself right into the battle. Build mazes for incoming enemies in an environment that provides exceptional planning freedom. Tear down buildings and collapse bridges to support your defense or to simply indulge in a spectacle of unprecedented destruction.

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7.65
David LloydFeb 26, 2019
X-Morph: Defense is a terrific pick up for someone who enjoys twin-stick shoot-‘em-ups but is looking for some more variety other than just blasting everything on screen. The tactical strategy required to complete levels added solid replayability and allowed me to try multiple ways to creatively destroy the human race. Other than the piercing guilt of destroying my homeland of Canada, I had a really fun experience with X-Morph and can place it firmly on my recommended list.
Thi ChaoMar 27, 2019
Folks who like tower defense and twin-stick shooters should enjoy X-Morph: Defense on the Nintendo Switch. The experience offers up a ton of variety and the replayability factor is high. Not to mention the level of planning and strategy required only adds to the enjoyment. And well playing as the bad guy’s rock.
Dave AubreyFeb 27, 2019
This game has been out for over a year on PC, and some bundled DLC wouldn’t have gone amiss. Sadly, even if you buy the game, there will be several big options on the main menu you’ll still need to pay for, and that always stings a bit. Despite that minor frustration though, X-Morph: Defense feels great to play and manages to breathe life into the mostly boring tower defense genre. Great stuff.

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