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Join over 50,000 players in a quest to change one civilization’s fate in this award-winning tower-defense/RTS hybrid game inspired by true events.
Travel back almost 200 years to defend the Selknam people of South America against European colonization. Lead archers, mages and other warriors to fight off waves of attack in the dense forests, freezing tundra and lands you call home. Battle soldiers, pirates and other new-world foes to unlock powerful upgrades and customize your defensive strategy.
Winner of the LG Electronic Smart TV competition, Selknam Defense is more than an exceptional strategy game. It’s a gateway to the past that puts a nation’s destiny into your control. Do you have the skills to alter history and save the Selknam?
Hours of engaging defense combat inspired by true events
24 levels across 4 lands, each requiring innovative and unique defense strategies to defeat
Stunning and vibrant artwork that brings the game’s narrative to life.
4 heroic Selknam defenders with powerful upgrades and abilities to tailor your defense
7 enemy types, from soldiers to pirates, each with their own skills
Bonus stage with an epic boss battle for successfully completing campaign mode
Survival mode to test your defense strategies’ endurance
Keyboard and mouse or Xbox 360 controls
LG Electronic Smart TV competition winner, over 50,000 downloads
Just a casual and simple tower defenseeduardXD | July 30, 2014 | See all eduardXD's reviews »
Selknam Defense is an indigenous culture based game which stood at the southernmost region of America, exactly in Magallanes. The creative team had the opportunity to create a unique game because no other game had been based on this tribe, but they just decided to create a typical tower defense game with cartoony style, which has no special feature. In the game, units are divided into typical army types (warrior, healer, archer, shaman, etc) that fight against European colonizers. After a few stages, the game becomes extremely repetitive, even sometimes our units will not respond as they should, making gameplay very frustrating. It is a shame that developers have not taken this opportunity to make a special game. Perhaps through this game other developers will discover the selknam culture and decide to make a game worthwhile, but for this game, I recommend you to purchase it on sale.