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  • Publisher: Melesta
  • Genre: Strategy
  • Device: iPad
  • Size: 156.3 MB
  • Version: 1.18
  • Price: Free
  • Average User Rating: 5 (1)
App description: Face the fire dragons are coming! Toy Defense 3: Fantasy features a MAGICAL new world with dashing warriors, fearless archers, crafty goblins, and immersion in a magical atmosphere!

Tournament mode has been added! Get ready to compete in thrilling weekly tournaments. Try to beat your friends and get all the top prizes! Track your Facebook friends' progress on the map know what you're up against!

More than 15 million fans all over the world are playing the Toy Defense franchise! Be the first to discover the third entry in the Toy Defense series, Toy Defense 3: Fantasy! Wage war against hideous goblins and terrifying dragons! The most epic magical battle of all time is waiting for YOU!

Step into the role of a 10th-century commander and become the equal of Richard the Lionheart! Recruit and train your kingdom's warriors, wizards, archers, and healers to create a powerful army and destroy the enemys forces! Defend your castle and show your courage to drive these vile monsters from your lands!


- Immerse yourself in a medieval fantasy atmosphere
- Incredible graphics with an amazingly detailed medieval environment
- Battle evil generals at the end of every wave!
- Invite your friends to join you in a magical world!
- Get ready to compete in thrilling weekly tournaments with your friends!
- Absolutely unique levels with non-recurring gameplay!
- Over nine types of enemies, from trolls and goblins to dragons and mercenaries
- Develop your own unique strategy with six specialized tower power-ups
- Four useful gameplay bonuses: meteorite, recovery, regeneration, and freeze
- Collect all the achievements, test your mettle on the battlefield, and enjoy a lengthy campaign!

Attention: This version of the game will no longer be supported from September'2015. Download Toy Defense 3: Fantasy strategy and save the territories from invaders!

Feel the thrill of medieval battles! Perfect the skills of your warriors, build more defensive fortresses, and devise your own strategy to dominate the enemys armies! It's time to rid your lands of evil once and for all!


Make sure to check out our other games!

TOY DEFENSE Test your courage and skills as a military leader at the peak of World War I!
TOY DEFENSE 2 The most epic battles of World War II await you!
TOY DEFENSE 4: Sci-Fi Defend the Universe from alien forces!
ZOMBIES: LINE OF DEFENSE A good zombie is a dead zombie!!

Singer's comments:

12-22-2013, 05:07 PM
Joined: Dec 2008
Posts: 26
Any one know if this game is any good? 4.99 but there are in app purchases, worried you need to spend more to make the game fun
04-17-2014, 06:36 AM
Joined: Feb 2009
Posts: 368
Free now. But isn't this the company that puts out the same game with different graphics every couple weeks? It's actually a decent, if unoriginal, TD game. But def not worth any cash, or more than a few hours distraction from better games of the genre.
04-21-2014, 02:31 AM
Joined: Apr 2013
Posts: 622
Bumping this thred from the dead, but still free.

However, trying it out immediately turns to regret by mission 4. Difficulty spikes there, and doesn't let up, and you only have (by that point) two towers. However, this isn't the entirety of it. Oh no.

Tower upgrades are governed by stars, esrned by doing tasks and missions (up to 3, controlled by completing said mission at certain health thresholds), and, of course, microtransactions. However, because the difficulty spikes incredibly and rather early on, this becomes more of a pay to win game almost immediately, and with no remorse. Upgrades also increase in cost, and you will, most likely, not be able to keep enough stars to upgrade ahead enough against the challenge. Repairs also come back (Which is still as dreadful as ever for a TD game), but repairs are also far more frequent, and become an annoying pain in the ass extraordinarily quickly.

Also, the screenshots lie to you. Half of what the game advertises in visuals is false. Hero units don't exist. Upgrades are bland two-trees lines for each tower. Even the second map has been reportedly unplayable as well.

It's good if you don't mind the dreadfully impossible difficulty curve, which is notorious with nearly all of Melesta's games, but if you do mind it, then do yourself a favor and ignore this. It's another unfinished, half-assed product that Melesta rushed to nab sales.
04-21-2014, 04:00 AM
Oh, this is my game I has waiting for update!

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