Quantum X Planet Defense 4+

A type of tower defense game

Vuong Tai

Designed for iPad

    • 3.2 • 9 Ratings
    • Free



The other Tower Defense Game.

The other Tower Defense Game
Quantum is a realtime strategy in the spirit of Galcon and Eufloria. You are in control of creatures that orbit planets. You can colonize new planets by moving creatures to them. To create new Creatures you have to build trees on the planets. The new born creatures will then inherit certain properties from their home planet. The goal of the game is it to eliminate all enemy creatures and overtake all their planets.

• It is built on the Quantum (GPL). Its repo is at https://github.com/badlogic/quantum

What’s New

Version 1.21

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

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Ratings and Reviews

3.2 out of 5
9 Ratings

9 Ratings

Hitokiri926 ,

Hard to understand

Double tapping sends the dots to other planets but can't figure out how to choose. The planets have no explanations... this app needs much refining. Good work though

Developer Response ,

I dont understand, I had fixed problem with double click. Thank for your command.

SkySensei ,

Awful, buggy, crashes

Looks like someone set out to make a Eufloria knock-off (which is what brought me to this game, since I love Eufloria and have played it into the ground), but they didn’t really know what they were doing, gave little thought to making an intuitive user interface, got the basics to compile, said “good enough” and basically left it at that. I see the seeds of potential in this game but it reminds me of the work by students in college who started their projects until the week they were due. They were just never “done” in the same way the others were. This game COULD be good if it were taken past the alpha testing stage, which is about where it is.

Oh, and it crashes both my iPad and iPhone about 50% of the time. Deleted, disappointed.

NavyVety ,

Good game

Would have given 5 stars, but the pinch zoom is backwards and the control to move pieces or build a flower are sometimes too close together to accurately pick between. Also, once you auto move pieces from one planet to the next, you can't turn it off. For those reasons Eufloria is better, but this game is definitely more challenging.

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