Towerlands is an addictive game that mixes the genre of the tower defense (TD) with strategy elements and role-playing (RPG).
You will feel like a castle lord in a fantasy world. Your goal is to defend the castle from enemies and take over new lands.
Build a city to upgrade and equip your army with the best weapons. Grow your tower to defend your castle from attacks by bandits, Orcs and the undead. Hire and train new units to raise the most powerful army in the world rating. Choose your strategy, conquer enemy castles and earn more gold.
Create or join a clan to play with friends. You can exchange resources with players and fight against other clans for gold and resources.
1000 waves of enemies to survive.
27 units to explore and train.
30 artifacts for the craft.
6 different buildings.
3 enemy races: Orcs, undead, bandits.
Online clan system.
World ranking of players and clans.
You can play offline.
Idle gold farming.
Did you like to play? We will be very glad to hear from you!
If you have troubles with the game, write to:
Added to the game:
— New 1000 Waves
— 2 new units. Fire archer and engineer.
— New module for the tower
— New Tower.
— Battle pass. You will be able to receive awards for passing the waves. The list of awards will include: units, skins, modules, and others.
— Battle statistics. After the battle, you will be able to see the damage list of your characters.
— Battle sets. Save units and tower modules to change them quickly!
— Getting time for "x2" as a reward for fighting.
— French localization.
— Protection against the accidental crystals waste.
— Optimized performance of the game.
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Hey Andrew, I just want to say you guys do an amazing job with your games, and they really bring out the amazing games you can make on mobile devices, I even have a couple of your guys other games, simply amazing job. Two things though, you know how you can click on a unit to see its stats and stuff? Where it says "see" to understand the range and where to put it, I would appreciate if I could drag across to see how far the unit's range actually goes, because as it is right now, I'm just left with, ok, it's off the screen. The other thing is that like half the waves allow me to look ahead to see what's coming, while the other half treat it like a raid, and doesn't let me look ahead. I don't know if that's an intended feature or what, but I for one find it frustrating, because I can't predict if I should hold off on an ability or use it for the levels that do this. If this is added, I'd wish I could give this more stars than Gordon Ramsay's restaurants.
Been enjoying the game quite a bit so far but I’m f2p and was really disappointed in the nifty little way you let me upgrade my tower once with gold and then quickly switched to a pay by chrystals upgrade in the same exact spot immediately after I clicked once. I knew I needed to upgrade my tower a couple times because I hadn’t in several waves so I went to click pay by coins a couple times quickly and was pretty disappointed in that handy little switcharoo. It feels like you intentionally cheated me out of my hard earned crystals and I’m not really excited to play the game anymore like I was. That was a cheap shot. Game was fun, but things like that really aren’t.
Edit: I do really appreciate the game creators reaching out to me about my problem with the upgrade mechanics. Regardless of whether or not your team fixes the issue, it meant something to hear from you. I don’t know that I’ll be playing the game anymore, but you at least deserve an updated review as it appears you care enough about your fan base to reach out to someone who had a poor experience. Thank you for that. I wish you the best.
Developer Response ,
Hello. Thank you for contacting us. We will fix this inconvenience in one of the next updates. Regards, Andrew, Black Bears support team.
A Diamond in the Rough
In a sea of ad-filled games, this (rather hidden) game shines through. A great game has tons and tons of gameplay to play through, with lots of things you can do to customize certain aspects of the game to your personality and liking. A great game has a lot of not just good, but GREAT mechanics that are balanced for any playstyle (which is very rare for mobile games). A great game will include not forced ads (advertisements that come to you in intervals), but optional ads that will give you extra rewards but by no means necessary. A great game isn’t pay to win and even a player who doesn’t pay a single CENT can rise up to be one of the best. A great game has gameplay that is interesting and not extremely repetitive. These things are what separates a GOOD game from a G R E A T game. Well, I’m happy to tell you, you’ve stumbled upon a game that has all of those things. A true diamond in the rough.
- Oleg Kapitonov
- 223.3 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Ukrainian
- Age Rating
- Frequent/Intense Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © Black Bears
- In-App Purchases
- Special №5 $4.99
- Unique Unit Offer #010 $9.99
- King X $9.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.