Hell Versus is a nicely designed Tower Defense for Android devices with intelligent enemies and interesting gaming capabilities. Out of the other world, thousands of treacherous fiery devils emerged to the earth, who seek to steal all the gold from the ancient treasuries of men. In order to frustrate plans for evil spirits, special structures should be placed along their path, shooting with a powerful stream of ice water. The main difference between this game novelty and other analogues is that the user will not have the protective structures on the path followed by the enemies, but in a small battle arena. On the left side there is a portal from which the devils penetrate into the human world, with the opposite - a treasure trove, which must be protected by a gamer. In the center should be located defensive towers, each of which has its range and evil can try to avoid the threat. Therefore, it is necessary to try to arrange the towers so that they cover as much of the zone as possible, leaving no loopholes to the devils. Buildings, unfortunately, do not differ in variety - by and large they are only one species, but they are subject to modernization and improvement, which is carried out on the game currency issued to a gamer for the destruction of enemies. Improve at each stage, you can any specific characteristic: power, range, freeze, rate of fire and so on. Once again we want to remind you that the enemies are not stupidly walking along a dedicated path, they are trying to bypass deadly towers in every way, hence the strategy needs to use a different one, unlike other representatives of Hell Versus.
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