Sony's Greatest Hits program, where top-selling older game titles are rereleased with new packaging and a budget price tag, was officially introduced to the PlayStation Portable today. Effective immediately, five of Sony's first-party PSP games (Wipeout Pure, Twisted Metal: Head On, Ape Escape: On the Loose, ATV Offroad Fury: Blazin' Trails, and Hot Shots Golf: Open Tee) are available for a suggested retail price of $19.99.
While the first wave of game hits is limited to first-party games from around the time of the system's March 2005 launch, Sony has said that third-party games will achieve Greatest Hits status later this year. Specifically, Lumines, Untold Legends: Brotherhood of the Blade, Tony Hawk's Underground 2 Remix, Midnight Club 3: DUB Edition, and Star Wars Battlefront II are all due to go easier on gamers' wallets...
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Tower Defence FunnyGames, March 26, 2008
Tower Defence is based on the populat Warcraft 3 (Element Tower Defence) and the Starcraft (Turret Defence) gameplay.
The object of the Tower Defence game
is to prevent the hordes (called waves) of monsters from getting to the castle by building element towers near the path.
Your menu is located at the bottom of your gamescreen. You can choose from a number of different elements to build towers from. When you click on a tower that has been built, the build menu becomes an upgrade menu, allowing you to make your defence towers even stronger.
The monsters will appear (spawn) every 20 seconds or you could press the spacebar to speed up the spawn. The health of the monsters will be miltiplied by 1.25 in every new wave. If your defence towers
fail to kill the monsters and they get into the castle, a cavillian of your castle will die. The game is over When all your civillians die.
Every tower defence game
experience is different every time you play depending on element, positions and upgrades your choose for you defence towers
Roman Sanine (creator of tower defence
) scored 90. Are you able to get a higher score?
Here is the classic version: Play Tower Defence
In this version there is a "tower range" variable, the flower tower is a bit slower to attack and all known bugs are solved.
Play Tower Defence 2
Play Tower Defense
Ms. Pac Man Review FunnyGames, January 17, 2007
Ms. Pac-Man is the lady-friendly follow-up to Pac-Man. It's the same basic dot-chomping, maze-navigating concept, but it's expanded. There are now multiple mazes, the fruit hops around, and the cutscenes are slightly more elaborate. Oh, and Ms. Pac-Man has a bow on her head. Like the other Namco releases for Xbox Live Arcade, Ms. Pac-Man is a straight-up emulation of the original game with no additions beyond an online scoreboard, some achievements, and colorful side graphics that surround the emulation. If the idea of a bare-bones emulation of Ms. Pac-Man sounds like it's worth five bucks to you, then you're in luck. But the standards for Xbox Live Arcade are a bit higher than what this game offers...
The Bad: Very plain presentation with no meaningful additions to the original game; unresponsive controls.
The Good: Talking about this game opens up a world of potential Wayne's World quotes.
Read full review at: www.gamespot.com
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