They come in bulk and seek destruction, but they made one mistake: challenging you. The Imperial Military needs you in its campaign against disreputable rebels that aim to destroy your death star. Will you join the fight?
Death Star PD allows you to build and upgrade towers that will attack enemies that come in range. Limited credits and cookies (also known as energy) - the main ressources in the game - forces you to make meaningful decissions and plan ahead where and what to construct. 17 waves of enemies, that are constantly getting stronger and more numerous, are awaiting you.
In Death Star PD you are navigating on a sphere in 3D space. That's why the enemies are not following predefined routes, like in most other tower defense games, but are taking direct routes, depending on their random spawn points.
Do you like Minecraft? Then you will love Death Star PD, because most 3D models are constructed out of cubes. Except for the death star itself of course.
Tower defense games, in which every tower does exactly the same thing, but just in another color, are boring. In Death Star PD the behavior and use case for each of the five towers is designed differently.
Not only sound effects but also a catchy background music makes Death Star PD a fun game to play. And for the unlikely case that you might not want to hear it anymore, seperately level it down with the audio settings.
By investing imperial credits and cookies you can upgrade your towers, to make them stronger, faster, robuster and more influential.
Eye Candy Manufacturer - Cats Herdsman - Cookie Baker
Baronness of Art - Discordian Voidwalker - Euclidean Space Traveler
Voxel Overlord - Pew Manager - Boom Coordinator - Noise Synthesizer
PD Mastermind - Intelligent Designer - Meat-in-the-Middle Mitigator - Pixel Pusher