Your village has been destroyed, can you rebuild your team and defeat your enemies to become the ultimate warrior? Fight as 4 different classes, give orders, level up and unlock 30 hats, 30 weapons and 20 pieces of armor to change your stats and appearance in this 2D arena battle game! Scouts: Light but quick; they are armed with a melee weapon and a pistol. The first on the scene and devastating in numbers. Brutes: Powerful tank units; slow but very strong! They wield a melee weapon and fire shotguns. Medic: Vital support units who can heal their team mates (with the attack button) and fire a rifle. Mage: Mystical warriors who shoot fire balls and can 'blink' teleport by pressing the block button
Do you remember how you learned numbers from 1 to 10? Now you have to revise the material and to solve exciting puzzles while fitting pieces of wood into the slots made in a figure! Choose any level you like!
Capture the Castle
War is a numbers game. Subtract your enemies from the board 1 by 1, add soldiers and gold to your resources and watch your kingdom multiply in this epic game of strategy and attrition.
Master of Fortresses
Take command of an 18th century European fortress and using stone walls, stout soldiers, powerful cannon and cunning traps to hold your blockhouse against waves and waves of attackers. Vauban is a fortress defence game inspired by classic tower defence games and castle defence games like Rampart. Taking command of a european fortress in the age of black powder warfare as one of three factions (Britian, Prussia or France), the player must earn funds by weathering successive onslaughts of attackers and use this money to repair and expand his fortress. Strategic placement of walls and bastions are key, as is the timing and use of traps like the Trou-de-Loup or the exploding siege mine. Master of Fortresses has two main gameplay modes. In Skirmish mode, the player can choose to construct and defend a fortress for a pre-determined number of waves on one of ten maps divided between three difficulty levels. Success in Skirmish Mode earns a player Campaign Honours, which are saved to his profile. Earning a Campaign Honour (all 54 of them!) bestows bonuses onto the player, which could mean the difference between victory and defeat. In Endless Mode, the player can test his skills against an endless and ever-increasing army of attackers until he is inevitably overwhelmed by sheer numbers.
Players are given colored stones they need to shift around in order to group all matching colors together (adjacent, no diagonal). Your baby brother could do that, but throw in the fact that stones are limited to a handful of moves indicated above and the game gets a lot harder. Swap two stones, and the numbers for each go down by 1. Stones with 0 are un-movable and a show stopper. Once you get all the colors grouped with matching colors (meaning all reds next to reds, and all blues next to blues) you win the level! Again, sounds simple, but as the game progresses it gets more and more challenging. Early boards will start out as 3×3 squares with two colors, and will eventually grow to a mind melting 6×6 and five colors.
In this math and logics game you must play the role of the cashier. SpongeBob does not know much math so it is your job to help him add the numbers on the register. For each level you complete you will receive a nice amount of money from the manager, that is only if you do not bankrupt the store before that