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Pixel Junk Monsters Deluxe - Sony PSP
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PixelJunk Monsters Deluxe adds the "Encore" expansion to Q-Games' tower-defense title in which players attempt to protect helpless villagers from hordes of marauding creatures by knocking down trees and building towers in their place. Two entirely new islands add 26 levels, increasing the total number of stages to 47, and gamers once again begin each level with a set amount of money to spend and a small number of towers available. There are now twelve unique towers from which to choose, including the new Trap and Gem towers, with the more expensive towers offering extra firepower or attacks specific to different enemies. In addition to the new levels and towers, PixelJunk Monsters Deluxe for the PSP adds local co-op action and worldwide chat functionality.
Platform: Sony PSP
Top Customer Reviews
You are Tikiman. One day, his town has become overridden with various, dangerous monters. You must keep them from reaching the hut and killing his flock. If all survive at the end of the level, then you get a rainbow. You must get 7 rainbows to move to the left side of the map, where new worlds await you.
Each level is different. It will describe each level and what you should do.
Towers cost money to build. You need to think carefully about where to place each tower, so they will have the desired effect. Most monsters will leave behind coins and blue gems. Gems are needed to buy a new tower. But you must hurry to collect the coins and gems left behind. They WILL disappear on you if you're not fast enough. Sometimes you can find coins and gems through the trees.
The most difficult part of the game is figuring out which towers will kill which enemies. Each enemy is different and not all towers will do the same thing to every monster. For ex: Canon towers don't have any effect at all on flying monters. They don't even fire. Arrow towers are helpful, but still not good enough. You need an airgun tower, and alot of them if there are a lot of flying monsters.
There are four different colored flags you can upgrade your tower to: Blue, yellow, purple and black. You can upgrade each tower to its fullest, which is black and gold. The tower will have a black flag and a gold base. This is the most powerful. Blue is the weakest. You can use the blue gems to upgrade quicker. You need the correct amount to do so. Standing directly in front of a tower and dancing will slowly upgrade your tower, but it takes longer. It takes longer with each color.
This game is extremely addictive. You can become obsessed with trying to get 7 rainbows to get to the other side of the map.
The objective is simple. Keep the monsters from making it across the field to your hut using strategically placed defense towers. All towers cost a portion of gold, which you collect by killing monsters. Some more powerful towers are unavailable until you unlock them with gems, which also come from killing monsters. There are obviously some more mechanics at play which are also pretty straight forward. What makes it so addictive is trying to get a perfect score on every level- because in most cases you can breeze through pretty easily getting an 18-19 (20 is perfect). Sometimes you can play through what seems like a very long and stressful round and just when it seems you've got it wrapped up some little monster miraculously makes it through all of your defenses with a sliver of health and takes one of your potato babies. GAH!!
Visually the game is very simple yet attractive- colorful and smooth. This is not a game that is trying to blow you away with graphics, sound and a complicated control scheme. It delivers a very simple package that is easy to play and difficult to master- a classic recipe for a thoroughly addictive experience. Given the low price of PJM I would say if you own a PSP there is no reason why you shouldn't add this one to your collection no matter what genre interests you.
Basically, PJMD is a tower defense game set on a New Zealand-esque island. You play a wee Tiki-looking character whose job it is to protect a hut filled with twenty nervous creatures of unknown origin. There are paths leading to the hut surrounded by trees and rocks. Each tree can be replaced with one of several defense tower options. Some shoot arrows, some flames, some ice, etc, and all can be leveled up through collected gems or by simply dancing on them for incrementally longer periods of time depending on the level. Groups of enemies work their way along the paths trying to reach your creatures as you dance and build towers that will destroy them. If an enemy breaks through, they kill one of your creatures. Lose all twenty and the level is lost. Boom, that's the game.
And I love it. I bought this on a whim probably three or four months ago having only played one other tower defense game, Plants vs Zombies. (Wait, does Rampart count?) The game hasn't left my PSP since then. I started off on the Casual setting, beat the game, and am now working my way through trying to get perfect scores in the Regular gameplay. It's addictive and there are plenty of levels and enough bonus content to keep you happy for quite awhile, here.
I think my only complaint would be the music, but it's not a big deal. And it's not that bad, actually. In fact, it can be rather pleasant, but it does get repetitive after awhile and I just ended up turning it down.
This is just a groovy little game that I highly recommend, especially if you're needing a game for traveling. I wish I'd had this on my person when I flew to Japan last year. It steals the hours away brilliantly and they're only charging a few bucks for it on this site.
That's a steal.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I got this game for 10 bucks so it's totally worth it for me, even if it's not perfect. I love strategy games like this, and while the concept is quite simple, winning takes some... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Xeokym
The price is cheap and well worth the purchase of you are a fan of tower defense games. The concept is fairly cool, as you walk around and collect coins and use you guy to do... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jared
This is an okay game. It was not quite what I thought it was but it is a good game.Published 18 months ago by Michelle M.