App description: "Starfall HD has to be one of the best TD games I have ever played. It mixes traditional TD gameplay with a fantastic futuristic fusion of gunnery, power-ups and lightning fast action set in a sci fi universe." -- iPad.net
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"This is mobile gaming done right, with as much care put into its development as is seen in games for home consoles. Welcome to the new standard of mobile gaming." Wirebot.com 9.5/10

Starfall is an epic experience loaded with beautiful graphics and engaging gameplay. Build your base, research technology, and repel the enemy onslaught.

"Best TD game on the iOS platform..." -- Mark Freeman, 5 Stars.

"This one does [it], as there simply isn't any weak point. Every good TD game has a slight lacking somewhere, be it too few towers, lack of depth, not enough maps, low charm etc. Here, you get polish in pretty much every aspect, the graphics, controls, longevity and variety." -- Smartbomb, touchArcade.com forums

"Starfall HD is beautifully presented...and runs as smoothly as polished silver." -- iPad.net

Features:
- Liquid smooth graphics and animation
- Amazing sound track and effects
- No load times anywhere in the game
- Real-time dynamic tweened pathfinding
- Smooth user-friendly multi-touch interface
- Fans of the genre will marvel at this game
- Tons of research, technology, structures, and unlocks
- True to core gameplay but extends in many ways
- A large campaign and lots of maps to choose from
- A variety of enemies and bosses
- Interactive tutorial level
- Loaded with content & depth
- Starfall is OpenFeint enabled
- Online leaderboards & Achievements

Check out the gameplay video on YouTube or on the official site: http://www.starfalltd.com/

iPhone version is coming soon!

We've attempted to nail every aspect game design: Gameplay, Visuals & Animation, Simplicity, Depth, Online Features, Sound & Music. Let us know what you think!

ImNoSuperMan's comments:


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09-25-2010, 01:42 AM
#2
cool lookin TD

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09-25-2010, 02:17 AM
#3
Joined: May 2009
Location: Daydream
Posts: 3,375
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Originally Posted by freedog View Post
cool lookin TD
Yeah, very tempted..
09-25-2010, 09:40 AM
#4
Joined: Oct 2009
Location: omaha, ne
Posts: 1,392
definitely put on my list when i saw it come out last night. should be a polished product after seeing his other construction zone game.
09-25-2010, 10:19 AM
#5
Got this earlier, wanted to write about it but had no clue how to get the info from iTunes into a thread.

Gotta say, I wasn't 100% convinced until I watched the video...

Very, very happy with my purchase, I have a stupidly large collection of TD games, and yet, even though I'm very fond of a lot of them, many of them just don't have that extra something to make them stand out in the genre. This one does, as there simply isn't any weak point. Every good TD game has a slight lacking somewhere, be it too few towers, lack of depth, not enough maps, low charm etc. Here, you get polish in pretty much every aspect, the graphics, controls, longevity and variety. If I were to find myself wishing there was something more I'd prefer more than 10 enemy types, but that's still more than some td games.

Screenshots really don't do the game justice...

Last edited by Smartbomb; 09-25-2010 at 01:11 PM. Reason: 10 enemies not 8
09-25-2010, 10:28 AM
#6
Joined: Oct 2009
Location: omaha, ne
Posts: 1,392
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Originally Posted by Smartbomb View Post
Got this earlier, wanted to write about it but had no clue how to get the info from iTunes into a thread.

Gotta say, I wasn't 100% convinced until I watched the video...

Very, very happy with my purchase, I have a stupidly large collection of TD games, and yet, even though I'm very fond of a lot of them, many of them just don't have that extra something to make them stand out in the genre. This one does, as there simply isn't any weak point. Every good TD game has a slight lacking somewhere, be it too few towers, lack of depth, not enough maps, low charm etc. Here, you get polish in pretty much every aspect, the graphics, controls, longevity and variety. If I were to find myself wishing there was something more I'd prefer more than 8 enemy types, but that's still more than some td games.

Screenshots really don't do the game justice...
dangit, i was afraid someone would say something that positive about it, now i have to fight the urge that much more
09-25-2010, 11:44 AM
#7
Looks good from the video, too bad i don't have an iPad ..
09-26-2010, 11:44 AM
#8
Joined: Oct 2009
Location: omaha, ne
Posts: 1,392
here's most of what i left on itunes:
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The armory popup on the main menu should show the weapon stats and any important info when an item is selected. Shouldn't have to buy and wait till you're in a fight to find out what you just spent your credits on.

Fast forward/etc buttons should probably be on the screen all the time somewhere, rather than having to click on a menu button to access them.

Continuing to play a map after winning the mission should allow you to continue earning credits.

Playing skirmish games should allow you to earn credits as well.

Like in SpaceStation HD, which I think inspired some of the mechanics in this game.

Borrows a lot of features from other good games, but combines them well.

Hoping for a patch soon to address these issues.
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overall, i'm not happy with spending $5 on this. the one and only time i go against my rule of buying at full price on release...lesson learned.
09-26-2010, 12:16 PM
#9
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Originally Posted by araczynski View Post
The armory popup on the main menu should show the weapon stats and any important info when an item is selected. Shouldn't have to buy and wait till you're in a fight to find out what you just spent your credits on.
Have a look in the almanac
09-26-2010, 03:23 PM
#10
the game is great but here's what I'd ask the developer to look at:

- You have no idea upon which path the creeps are coming from or are going to take. It's ridiculous to build a strategy around their path because you get no information whatsoever.

- The sound is not equalized, upgrading a unit sounds loud as hell but firing on one is very quiet. If you try to turn up sound to hear the firing, conversely the upgrading unit sound is deafening. Please equalize this out.

- Upgraded units look the same as normal units. This is terrible because as you get more cannons you have no idea what needs upgrading since even a top of the line turret looks the same as level 1. Cmon guys!

Other than that, the game has great promise but it needs some polishing.

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