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Lumberwhack rated 9/10 by Indie Sniffer

Indie Sniffer, the indie game review site just wrote a review for Lumberwhack and gave it a 9/10 rating!

Lumberwhack got me playing for more than an hour straight, because it gave me a new dimension to this genre. Instead of getting the resources and simply upgrading and choosing which unit to send out, you are actually a unit yourself. And if you die, game over.

Read the whole review at Indie Sniffer

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Who is your favorite animal?

Best tower defence game for mobile phonesA few of the animals who help you defend the forest in the castle defense game Lumberwhack.

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!

 

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iFanzine gave Lumberwhack 4.5 Stars!

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.

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Free promo codes for iOS App Store

Three free promo codes for Lumberwhack:Defend the Wild! Simply copy one of the codes below and redeem it at the iTunes App Store. If it does not work, it means that someone beat you to it, try another one.

Lumberwhack Promo Codes:
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Appolicious recommend buying Lumberwhack

Appolicious recommends Lumberwhack as an app worth downloading in a recent article.

Who’s it for? Fans of side-scrolling defense titles will find lots of levels, upgrades and soldiers make Lumberwhack a fun entry into the genre.

What’s it like? There are a lot of similar mechanics and ideas at play in Army of Darkness Defense.

Read the full article at www.appolicious.com

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Lumberwhack v1.2 is now available

The latest update for Lumberwhack is now available on the iTunes App Store. Thanks to everyone for giving feedback and also for the great reviews. It will help making Lumberwhack an even better game!

Here are the changes for version 1.2

  • The Almost-Bright Ape and Head Cracking Coconuts combo was too powerful.
  • The fumes from the lumber truck (at the end of each level) is now toxic.
  • The Fishy Leftovers skill caused levels to not finish correctly.
  • Saved “selected animals” issue.
  • Overall level balancing.
  • Lumberjacks are now a bit more fierce.
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Free promo codes for the App Store

Here are four free promo codes for Lumberwhack: Defend the Wild. The first lucky person who use one can download Lumberwhack for free! Simply copy and paste one of the codes below and redeem it at the iTunes App Store. If it does not work, it means that someone beat you to it, try another one.

Lumberwhack Promo Codes:
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Touch Arcade gave Lumberwhack 4 stars!

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

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Lumberwhack App Store price drop!

Lumberwhack: Defend the Wild now limited discount on iTunes App Store! If you have not already downloaded it, here is your chance!

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An Interview about mobile defense games

Interview about Lumberwhack and mobile defense gamesI was recently approached by the alternative gaming website BeefJack.com for an interview regarding the release of Lumberwhack and to answer a few questions regarding mobile defense games in general.

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.

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