A fierce ghost is coming! The corridor is in great danger.Everyone could be hunted. The only way to survive is to hide in the room behind the door.
Lie on the bed and increase your economy, the floor is your stage to build defensive construct for battling. Upgrade the door inside the room to resist the fierce ghost's attack, or if he come in you'll be killed. Don't forget to pay for a better bed to make yourself more comfortable to sleep. So can you sleep peacefully with the sound of ghosts knocking on the door? So come and join us to battle against evil with other roommates. Hunted Dorm is waiting for you!
- Opposing tower defense game, you can freely choose the camp.
-Varieties modes of play, different kinds of perspectives such as fierce ghosts, puppets and dreamer, bring fresh experience.
-Creative equipment/buildings, multiple ways to win the game.
I played this game for a couple of weeks.
It's a pretty fun and fast-paced game, the game is unique, the gameplay is pretty original.
However, my only issue with the game is how fast the game ends. Regardless If you're playing with a solid strategy or if you're grouped with other neighbors as soon as the ghost reaches level 4 the match is practically over. The ghost at that point begins dealing more damage and the coin and energy production is too slow to keep upgrading the door and the little brooms even upgraded won't scratch much of their health bar. The game has a lot of cool artifacts I've never been able to buy or see other neighbors use because the game never lasts long enough to buy them.
Tested the game for a couple of days .The concept of this game is interesting. Yet each match I have been in was too fast for me to utilize any of the other towers or tools .Another issue in this game is the overabundance of ads between matches .Takes me out of the experience and are not necessary when I game is being tested.
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