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Hero Toon Tower Defense. Update.

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Hero Toon Tower Defense It is a tower game, but it is not the typical tower defense, where buildings are built along a path.

In this game you have to build a village first, then you have to add your system of defenses like walls, towers of arrows and towers of fire.

And like any strategy game, you have to build barracks to recruit troops. These units serve to defend the town from the attacks of enemy hordes.

The game has a level that develops inside the underworld in dungeons, where the mission is to rescue the princesses of the evil elves.

The game was developed in Unity 5.4 and use purchased characters in unity asstes store.

You can download the game from google store:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.MuiscaGames.HeroToonTower

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