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Epic War 3 was created by rudy_sudarto, a game designer from Art Logic Games.

The most epic entry of the Epic War series. Defeat your opponents in battle to conquer every spot on the board. Build and upgrade your deck, form a strategy, protect your castle, and crush all who stand in your way!

This game’s use of collectible cards is impressive. Instead of feeling stuck using pre-selected units, the player can choose a set of starter cards, and then begin building his or her deck, upgrading units in that deck as they go. With the equip feature, players can choose which cards to use for each round, changing things up as often as they like.

The flash animated battles, vs. a card game format, are great! After selecting the cards to play, the player can further control the units in the battle by retreating or sending them forward, and deciding when to use any special abilities.

I’ve been enjoying this game as part of Kongregate’s new quest feature. With it’s 4 challenging achievements, it’s sure to keep me busy for a while.

Curious Little Muse rating for Epic War 3: 8/10

Impressive use of game mechanics, good graphic design, good usability and easy to follow instructions.

Tower Defense games are probably my favorite type of single player games. I can spend hours setting up my towers and fighting off whatever “bad guys” come my way. Everything from balloons to aliens…and now, pirates!

This pirate theme tower defense game changes things up a little bit, with much more than just shooting towers – this game uses traps and lures. The more traps a pirate hits, the bigger your score. So far I’m loving using the swinging and rolling logs to pin-ball my pirates from trap to trap.

I give this game a 5/5 score – with a caution: If you’re anything like me, prepare to spend quite a while playing with this game!

Link: Pirate Defense walkthrough, review, discussion, hints and tips at Jay is Games.

Flash games can be addicting, and this one is no exception. “Bipole” over on Jay is Games, utilizes the positive and negative charge effect (here denoted by color) on cute little balls in circular rooms. There is always some obstacle to overcome in making the opposites attract and win each round, and while some solutions seem obvious, executing them can be quite tricky!

This game is simple enough to only require very basic instructions on the first few levels, yet challenging enough to keep you playing, wondering just what the next level will throw at you.

I give Bipole a rating of 4/5. It’s not an amazingly new concept blowing your mind and banishing thoughts of all other games, but it is fun and plenty addictive for little round balls in a little round room!

Link: Bipole walkthrough, review, discussion, hints and tips at Jay is Games.

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