3 days after the announcement, Radiant Defense hits the Google Play Store

3 days after the announcement, Radiant Defense hits the Google Play Store
We found out just 3 days ago that developer Hexage was working on a new game, a tower defense game called Radiant Defense, and already the game has hit the Google Play Store and is available for download. As we were told before, the game is free-to-play, but does have some in-app purchases which will help you power up weapons if you decide to support the developer, or you are impatient and want to run through the game faster. 

And, that's one of our favorite things about Hexage. Unlike most developers who implement the free-to-play system, you can still have fun with a Hexage game even if you don't pay. Most free-to-play games essentially force you to pay by ramping up the difficulty or making you grind, and then overcharging you. But, Hexage keeps gameplay varied enough to make the game fun even if you don't pay, and if you want to support the dev, you can get a pretty sizable power-up for just $3. 

In Radiant Defense, you'll have to defend yourself from 300 waves of enemies spread out over 10 levels. You'll have 9 weapons and 3 super-weapons with which to defend yourself, and of course there's the relatively standard online leaderboard and such. And, if you are the type of person to turn down the sound in a game, you may want to at least give this one a try, because the soundtrack is pretty sweet. 

Radiant Defense is available for free in the Google Play Store



6. Dj21o

Posts: 437; Member since: May 19, 2011

These guys are really smart at Hexage, you absolutely NEED THE POWERUPS to make it through the 3rd stage. And it gets harder and harder, but man it is my favorite tower defense game BY FAR $4 well paid for the weapon packs.

7. toaster

Posts: 114; Member since: Sep 13, 2011

I saw this a lot in the reviews for this game. If you use the modules, Stage 3 is rather easy. Stage 5 is the one that always kicks my butt. :/

4. solidsnakeduds013

Posts: 221; Member since: Oct 20, 2010

I might just check it out. Hopefully I don't download it and a few days later I see an article on PA saying this game has traces of Malware... just saying cause it has happen before

3. palmguy

Posts: 991; Member since: Mar 22, 2011

Believe it or not, I had this game on my Touchpad 3 days ago.

1. iblackdroid

Posts: 67; Member since: Jul 19, 2011

Can someone please explain to me what the google play store is exactly? Sorry for the newb-ness...

2. jellytime

Posts: 135; Member since: Dec 05, 2011

It's Android market but Google changed the name. Here is the link to Google play webbsite. https://play.google.com/store?hl=sv&tab=w8

5. Forsaken77

Posts: 553; Member since: Jun 09, 2011

Like Jellytime said... The Google Play store used to be called the Android market. It's the place where you download apps, music, movies, and books.It's a one-stop shop for everything Android (software related anyway).

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