Sunday, May 12, 2013

A Simple, Maddeningly Frustrating, Strategy Game To Try

When I say maddeningly frustrating, I'm not joking.

I have been playing this off and on for several years now and I can finally beat it on the "medium" setting pretty regularly with all my "lives" left. Not always though because the fucker will throw you a curveball once in a while even after using the exact same set up you used to beat it before.

It's called Desktop Tower Defense.
If you are into mental self abuse, this is the game for you.

If you decide to try it, the very first thing you want to do is look down in the lower right hand corner of the screen when it loads and turn the sound off. It will drive you crazy after a while if you don't. Then start with the easy setting to get an idea of what it is you are trying to do. One tip, you want to be constantly upgrading your little pill boxes and expanding your maze to keep the constantly revolving eeeevil monsters busy. They get harder and harder to kill as time goes by.

It can be beat, there are some smart little fuckers out there who have this thing figured out as you can see.



Trust me when I say, it ain't that easy.

Go ahead and bookmark the link and mess with it when you have some time to kill.
You can cuss me later in the comments.

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