It is a free-to-play browser game in which you can build and manage your medieval castle. You also have to protect it against the attacks of enemy hordes and lead successful military campaigns.
Castle Defense is a castle defense game with 3D graphics. You can choose from 4 different castles and 24 different towers to defend your kingdom. Set up weapons, defenses, and traps as the hordes of monsters attempt to invade your territory!
Your goal is to stop the enemies from destroying your castle by strategically placing defensive structures. There are three types of towers: Arrow Tower, Magic Tower, and Siege Tower. Arrow Towers deals damage through piercing attacks. Magic Towers deals damage using magic spells that have various effects to either kill or impede enemy movement. Siege Towers can only target ground units but is the most durable tower.
You can level up your towers after gaining enough experience by killing enemy units. Higher-level towers have higher costs but are more powerful and last longer. You can also place structures that provide various abilities that affect gameplay, such as Healers and Dragons. These structures are limited in number, so use them strategically.
You win when all enemy units are killed, and the castle is destroyed. You lose if your castle is destroyed.
The game can be played in two modes: Single Player and Multiplayer. In single-player, you can play in either campaign or skirmish mode to hone your skills for multiplayer games. In multiplayer, you can play either one vs. 1 or 2 vs. two games plus co-op modes for up to 4 players against the AI.
Do you have what it takes to survive?
Online play: YES
3D graphics: Yes
Multiple player profiles: No, each player uses a unique id and credentials for online play. Your usage of these is not logged or shared with the developer in any way.
Playable without internet connection: With some limitations, no (currently). Network usage might change in future releases to support offline mode. If you have access to a PC that can handle it, you may try playing on LAN instead.