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A mix between tower defense and an idle game. You are in charge of upgrading the tower which fights off some enemies coming on to it. Something like simplified tower defense game, just with lots and lots of different upgades.
How long can you survive until your tower collapses under the heavy pressure of the incoming attackers?
Since the game is still in development, developer is going to add more features over time.
Stay tuned!

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