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Artillery Tower – Download

8 Nov 2009 | Defense, Flash |  3 comments
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Artillery Tower Artillery Tower – Flash Games Download – Overview
In this rather simple, straight forward, crude defense flash game, you play an anonymous black colored stick man on top of a tower, armed with guns and must defend itself against invading stick men. Start off with a pistol, shoot the hostile stick men to earn money and buy bigger guns later.


Download Artillery Tower (File Size ~ 1.31 MB)
Download the ZIP archive: artillery-tower.zip

Artillery Tower – Title Menu
Artillery Tower
At least the colors in the title menu are bright and cheerful, though graphics are simple.

Artillery Tower – Action!
Artillery Tower
Hostile orange colored stick man approaches! Shoot it to kill it and earn some money too!

Artillery Tower – Shop!
Artillery Tower
Kill enough hostile stick men and you get to take a break, buy guns, repair tower, etc.

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Deimos’s Thoughts
Simple graphics, game play and controls. A simple game, really. Might be appealing for those true die hard fans of the stick man genre.

Deimos Asks
Did you draw any stick men cartoons or animations when you were a young kid?


3 Comments

  1. 12th November 2009 
    9:45 pm         

    Nicole Price
    said the following:

    My parents and teachers could not get me to stop drawing stick men cartoons when I was a kid.

  2. 14th November 2009 
    5:34 am         

    Metal Briefcases
    said the following:

    Looks like an entertaining game. Although, I think it would get boring standing atop the same tower throughout the whole game.

  3. 18th November 2009 
    11:34 pm         

    kmce
    said the following:

    fire power !!!!

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