Temple Guardian 2

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Temple Guardian 2 Instructions

Press R to rotate the map, 1-5 hotkeys for spells, use the WASD or arrow keys to move the map, quick save with F8 and quick load with F9. More hotkeys can be found in game.

Temple Guardian 2 Walkthrough

Temple Guardian 2 is a fairly complex tower defense game - with not only regular towers but heroes you can control as well, but the concept remains the same: your objective is to protect your map from oncoming waves of enemies. In this case, it's a temple that you have to guard. If you're completely new to tower defense games, Temple Guardian 2 offers a tutorial that will acquaint you with the game. Or, if you're just looking to have fun, there's a level mode that isn't too difficult.

But, if you're a seasoned vet when it comes to tower defense games, there's a campaign mode that's for experts of the genre. Each time you start a new game, you can choose a difficulty setting and a starting bonus - either a gold bonus, a bonus in prayer points, or a random research bonus. While each is worth getting, the gold bonus is probably your safest bet.

When you finally start the game, you'll have to start building towers - immediately. That's the point of the game, even though it may not seem like it with all of the added features. For instance, you have heroes (you have to build a hotel first), and you can cast spells - as long as you have enough prayer points. But these aren't features that are readily available when you start; you have to research them and spend enough gold on them before they're ready to use, so, your first inclination should always be to starting building defensive towers.

After you've established your defenses with the first few waves, you'll see why Temple Guardian 2 blows the original Temple Guardian out of the water. Build a hotel, and you'll be able to hire a hero - someone you can move around and direct in combat. Next, almost every building you can purchase is upgradable - so there's always something to spend your gold on.

There will never be a dull moment while you're playing, especially if you're using more than one hero, and if you want to keep up with the hordes and waves of enemies, you'll have to adapt your defenses quickly and thoroughly. Overall, this is one of those tower defense games that you keep playing long after you stop having fun - it's addicting.