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Missile Defender

by Epic Pixel LLC

Price: $0.99
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
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  • Open network sockets
  • Access information about networks
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Latest Updates

What's new in version 1.18
  • Fixed minor graphical glitches.

Product Details



Product Features

  • Defend against massive missile attack with precisely-targeted interceptors
  • Enjoy fine-tuned controls and clean, HD art work
  • Keep upgrading your weapons and conquering new levels

Product Description

The city is under attack and you are in charge of protecting it. Incoming missiles rain down at night, but repairs and upgrades are available during the day. Tap on the screen and use the multi-touch feature to launch interceptors. Be sure to anticipate the path of enemy missiles and pick your targets accurately. Keep an eye on your own missile count and use them strategically. Be constantly vigilant as difficulty increases each nightfall. Good luck!

Missile Defender is in the style of the classic Missile Command game and offers clean HD art work, multi-touch controls, upgradable missiles, and endless levels of game play. If you've enjoyed the classic Missile Command or Missile Commander, Missile Defender is sure to bring back great memories.

Technical Details

Size: 2.7MB
Version: 1.18
Developed By: Epic Pixel LLC
Application Permissions: ( Help me understand what permissions mean )
  • Open network sockets
  • Access information about networks
  • Access the vibration feature
  • Access information about Wi-Fi networks
  • Allows sending in-app billing requests and managing in-app billing transactions
  • Read only access to device state
Minimum Operating System: Android 2.3
Approximate Download Time: Less than 30 seconds

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I enjoyed this game and was frustrated by it. (Who likes to lose?)
But losing seems inevitable with more and more missiles going
faster and faster. Maybe I didn't play it enough to get better at
it. Getting to high 20's wasn't too hard but level 36 was a stress
inducing exercise in futility. :-)

But I uninstalled today when it started displaying an ad 5 days after
installation. Might consider reinstalling to see if ad goes away again
for 5 days if I get the urge.

I agree with another who said it would be nice if you didn't have to wait for
the score to be added up. Seems to take forever. And perhaps one begins
to remember where the upgrade levels are, but it would be useful if there
was a shorthand clue on the building repair page so a person can make
appropriate decisions about repairing buildings or upgrading costs before
advancing past the building repair screen and then finding they should/could
have done more (or less) repair when looking at the upgrade screen.

Anyway, would have given 4 or 5 stars until the ad started annoying me.

UPDATE: Reinstalled. Ad came back again after 5 days. Deinstalled. Was
going to recommend to two friends but not now.
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By DD on August 24, 2013
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I installed this and my Kaspersky immediately told me it was not a virus but was malicious content that criminals could use against me. With many concerns of contaminated 3rd party apps I have read about on news sites, indecided not to keep this on my device.
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"Armor For Android" detected Malware, SMSreg.AO. Therefore, I did not install nor try this FAOTD. On searching Google I found this "Programs in this category have a number of functions (such as concealing files in the system, hiding windows running applications, terminating active processes, etc.) which can be used with malicious intent. They are, in themselves, not malicious." Another site had this "A potentially unwanted adware program designed to deliver various advertisements to the users' systems"
Bottom line, I am not taking the chance with my phone.
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I have loved missile defender games in the past, but obviously without malware. Game contains dubious extras. Trustgo Security found a low risk threat, PUA!smspay.A@Android. I have a wifi only tablet but uninstalled anyway
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By Neoprimal on July 28, 2013
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Not sure if this is a false positive, but Avast reports that this app contains malware. This is as of 7/28/2013. I've removed it until I can find out for sure.
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By RJ on August 24, 2013
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Downloaded and immediately picked up as high security threat by Kaspersky Mobile Security! Said app posed high probably of malicious use! Immediately deleted, BE CAREFUL with this one.
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I was looking forward to playing this game as it reminds me of old games like those on my father's Atari. However after downloading I find that it contains a virus which allows it to make purchases using sms messenger. In other words it gets a hold of your secure buying information and then makes purchases unknown to you. This is as if 8:30 on 8/24/13
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First off, the PUA code apparently has been removed since the 2013 reviews. So that's dealt with. But frankly, I don't care because I really don't care for this game whatsoever. At first it was kind of cool, but the whole points system (used for repairs and upgrades) sucks, not to mention it is directly tied into further IAP purchases, 200 for a buck or 800 for three.

I started off my first game, and had 400 points to start with. Well, as I got up to level 12, it became very apparent that I had overspent on missile capacity, and at this point, it was all I could do to tread water, repairing my buildings and having no points left over for additional upgrades as the game became harder. My missiles were no where fast enough to really catch the incoming bombs (at this point, they were Upgrade Level 3). Still, I was still going, thinking that perhaps when I start a new game, I could merely re-adjust my spending.

Welp, that one time bonus of 400 is just that. A one time bonus. Start a new game, you get the regular molasses-slow upgrade point accumulation. It doesn't even carry over any extra points I had before starting a new game - I still hadn't lost in my first one, but I decided to hit [Play] instead of [Continue] on the main menu, and lost my entire in-progress game, upgrades, points I had spent, and the meager few points I still had.

Now that just stinks, and stinks of IAP brick walling. Though I doubt any additional major changes are likely to be made, if Epic Pixel LLC decides to, I would say at least make previous plays contribute to the new starting upgrade point total - I got up to level 14, so perhaps 700 points bonus to start a new game Or, if nothing else, make that 400 point starting bonus a standard for every new game.
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