Trap Master

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Trap Master Instructions

Use the WASD or arrow keys to move your monster around, point and click to either fire or eat enemies, depending on how close they are.

Trap Master Walkthrough

Trap Master is strictly-action tower defense game. Your first and foremost method of stopping enemies from intruding your lair is by using your chosen monster - in this case, either Maurice, a giant, mutant snail, or Cesar, a maggot-like...thing.

There are two difficulties to choose from, normal and monstrous. If you've never played this game before, it's probably a good idea to get a feel for it before taking on anything too difficult. When you start the game, you'll be in your dungeon. Your goal is to stop enemies from destroying your chest, located in the middle of the stage. To help you out, you're able to build and upgrade traps between waves. These towers and traps can range in effect - some will freeze enemies to slow them down, while others will simply kill them on sight. Also, in between rounds you can upgrade your monster and unlock special abilities, but this is quite a bit costlier than most towers and traps.

In Trap Master, you'll kill a lot more enemies with the monster you control rather than most of the traps you can buy - if you want to. Or, if you want to surround your dungeon with lots of upgraded traps, and then just keep your monster by the chest to fight against those who break through your defenses - well, that's a good idea too. Although it's more work to keep your monster running all over the map (you can use the minimap to spot intruders quickly), it's a lot cheaper and you upgrade your monster much faster than your normally would.

Or, you can just keep your monster weak and your traps strong, and sit back and relax while you're playing. Either way, you'll have a lot of fun playing Trap Master - even though it's not your standard tower defense game. Plus, after beating certain modes of the game, you'll be able to unlock secret, stronger monsters that aren't immediately available. With that added replay value, and the sheer combination of strategies you have to choose from when playing Trap Master, this is one flash game you definitely won't want to miss.

And a quick tip - if your monster is running out of stamina, try eating enemies instead of shooting at them; you can gain some of that stamina back.