One Paragraph Review: geoDefense
by Mitchell Dyer
Lining a linear road with lethal weapons to protect a specific spot isn’t something that should be as ravenously fun as it is. Tower defense has bloomed into an addictive genre by expanding on a simple concept with equally simple enhancements. geoDefense adds its own unique towers (like the power-boosting Vortex) to the fold, a shamelessly-similar–to-Geometry Wars visual style that adds psychedelic eye-candy to the challenging maps, and a wide variety of challenging enemies to make defending your life-containing control point ruthlessly tough. geoDefense far from a revolutionary addition to its genre, but I’ll be damned if I wasn’t sucked into the geometric genocide.