- New continent on the winter map with 33 more levels!
- Added missing connection between level 141-142.
- Added Everyplay, view and share replay videos of your gameplay!
- Improved Facebook login.
- General bug fixes and improvements.
The Explosive Jack can be quite dangerous at some times, especially when several of these lumberjacks show up at once.
What’s your most common defense against them? Do you use animals with knock back power? Or do you send out a couple of Backattack Gator‘s to take care of them?
Perhaps you take care of it yourself by using the Suspicious Brew to transform Koko to the real king of the jungle!
Androidshock reviewed the Android version of Lumberwhack and had a lot of great things to say!
You don’t have to be a treehugger to really enjoy this new game from Koloss Interactive called Lumberwhack: Defend the Wild as it is fun for all. The premise behind Lumberwhack: Defend the Wild is a simple one. You play as Koko Kornelius, a monkey, as he fights to save his tree/home from the evil loggers sent to chop it down. This is the perfect set up for a nice castle defender type mobile game and Lumberwhack: Defend the Wild does it well.
Read the full review at Androidshock
I hope everyone had a nice Christmas and a great New Year!
Lumberwhack: Defend the Wild version 1.4.3 is now out with a couple of improvements and bug fixes:
– Added Leaf reward for replaying a completed level.
– Made it easier to collect bananas.
– Improved Koko’s targeting.
– Fixed an issue regarding the Backattack Gator.
– Level balancing.
If you are a fan of the tower defence genre, then this is a must have game for those on the go. You will find yourself missing stops on a train trying to fight off the waves of enemies, and not care one bit. A high quality iOS game that ticks all the boxes for a tablet/mobile game.
Read the full review at Developer’s Accomplice
Who is your favorite animal that you have rescued in Lumberwhack? Who has the best looks and who is the most effective lumberjack whacker according to you? Go ahead and share your opinion!
iFanzine Verdict: Many side-scrolling castle defense games of this type tend to be a repetitive bore, but happily, Lumberwhack: Defend the Wild makes for some fun action.
The skills and upgrades are probably the best part of Lumberwhack. Tower defense fans should certainly give this a try.
Read the full review at www.iFanzine.com.
Lumberwhack is perfect for quick sessions, long playthroughs, or anything in-between. Although it’s incredibly simple in nature, it’s also one of the most fun castle defense games I’ve played in a while.
TouchArcade, 4/5 Stars.
Read the full article at TouchAracde.com
Speaking to BeefJack on his latest creation as a one-man studio, Clas Wineus addressed how a combination of genre-respective elements make Lumberwhack: Defend the Wild simple, clean and natural to play, in contrast to other games of a similar ilk.
Read the full story at BeefJack.com.
IGamesView decided to try Lumberwhack out and record it at the same time. They shared with me that they enjoyed playing the game and perhaps their review team will have a look at it as well.
You can view the full game play video on Youtube.