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Pokemon Tower Defense for Android and PC
XDA member convolution presents a well known game for your Android device or your PC: Pokemon Tower Defense, when a pack of wild Rattata attack Professor Oak’s lab, it is up to you to stop them. Set out on your own Pokemon journey, to catch and train all pokemon and try to solve the mystery behind these attacks. Featuring the original 151 pokemon, capture the enemy Pokemon and add them to your team, level up your team and bring them into battle, everything in the classic Tower defense game play. Pokemon will learn moves and evolve just like the real game!
Originally posted by convolution
I know a lot of you came for the pokemon tower defense, and if it wasn’t here anymore you might leave. I don’t blame you, but me and dan want to make games for a living. We want to make games for you guys. We have a game coming down hopefully in April, and I hope you guys can give it a look, when I post it here. It has ninjas.
So am I quitting pokemon tower defense? The answer is no. If they don’t want it on the market place then it’s not going to be there and it won’t ever be there again. Nintendo spent a lot of money and work building up pokemon and I respect them for that. They need to protect their property, if they don’t then everybody starts making games based on their characters. Talking to them is honestly something that I believe has a 0% chance of success.
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