Unholy Heights is a building management game where you own an apartment complex and choose which monsters you allow to become tenants. To progress thru the game, you initiate quests which cause heroes to invade your apartment. You then click your tenants (if they are actually at home) to make them attack. There are many room upgrades to purchase -- some grant status buffs while others are there as demands by your tenants. Overall it is kinda boring and I only recommend if on sale and if you enjoy simple, casual games.
PROS + Charming graphics and characters + Lots of upgrades for your rooms + Stable and functional + Steam Achievements
CONS - Somewhat shallow, linear, and repetitive - Sounds and music are forgettable - Feels like an iPad game - Kinda boring
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5.7 hrs on record
Posted: June 26
Tower Defence game
This i beleive is a mobile crossover or at least it feels that way.
It is a building management game with tower defence. The whole premice to me seems crazy, the controls and how to play the game is simple enough. move monsters in to your building so you can collect rend to make the place bigger and better, and have the monsters there to defend you from the oncoming horde of humans who want you dead (no suprise you are the devil)
Its fun for a short while then gets very repetative. I would only recommend this game as a time filler, if i was reviewing this as a mobile game i would say it is a must have as its great in small doses but in the pc market when they are so much better games to put time in to it really falls short.
Really disappointing.... This is a tower defense game where you have to "defend" your "tower" with characters that are always "working" or "in the mall"... Of course they come back only when the bad guys stole all your money with that "did I miss something" stoopid look on their faces,,, Again, disappointing. Definitely filing a refund request.
Great unique indie game. You play as land lord satan for a demon apartment. There is a managment system in which you buy upgrades to your rooms like better TVs to appease your clients. In order to make money and expand your apartment, you take quests in which heroes will invade you. You then send out your guys in your chosen order like a 2d defence game to best utilize the strengths and weaknesses of your demons. If that interests you then this game is definitely worth it.