Featured Fantasy Games
Pokemon Tower Defense 2
From fan-favorite to internet success, Sam and Dan's Pokemon Tower Defense is one of our favorite browser based games of all time. It brings together Pokemon, tower defense mechanics and a very active trading community of players that can only be surpassed by nothing short of Nintendo's official Pokemon Global Network. That being said, if you are a fan of the series but are tired of the old menu driven RPG action, then Pokemon Tower Defense Generations may just be the game for you. Sure, this is not an official product from the folks behind Gamefreak and Nintendo, but the atmosphere, visuals, and overall feel of the game is same.
The Epic Twist in Battle Fantasy series
Epic Battle Fantasy 3.3: Bullet Heaven is not a sequel to the popular flash role playing game Epic Battle Fantasy 3 but rather a side game made by Matt Roszak and his team - we are guessing they made this to tide over fans of the main game while they are still busy developing Epic Battle Fantasy 4. The game is actually an over the top-view shooting game, like old school arcade shooters 1942 and the classic Ikaruga. The main goal of the game is get high scores on each level while gaining gold coins to upgrade your chosen character. Does Bullet Heaven have anything to do with the main Epic Battle Fantasy series? Yes and no, while the game stars characters and enemies from the main series, Bullet Heaven does not have any tie-ins with the main story of Epic Battle Fantasy 3. Matt Roszak and his team's venture to a different genre for the Epic Battle Fantasy series is some most people did not expect.
Armed With Wings 2
Pack away your eagle and sheath your samurai sword; the battle for victory in the original ‘Armed with Wings’ is all but over. Before you retire from the Samurai profession and collect your pension, however, I suggest you let your craving for a similar gaming experience guide you towards a promising sequel. ‘Armed With Wings 2’ is an action-heavy platform game with elements of strategy and an intriguing storyline to back it up. Beginning where the original ended, ‘Armed With Wings 2’ puts you in the shoes of ‘Vandheer Lord’, the now-protagonist of the game who must embark upon a quest to collect the four powerful swords of Eden, each with their own unique power which, when combined, will defeat your nemesis in a very permanent way.
Armed With Wings
While many games that involve the use of katana swords often begin with the violation of someone’s honour and a resulting pledge to avenge the resulting shame, none do it with quite as much style as ‘Armed With Wings’. As a warrior that is literally armed with only a samurai’s blade and an eagle with an incredible understanding of your intentions, you must fight your way through the levels whilst solving a variety of puzzles that will test your fighting skills and your gaming logic to the absolute lower-limit of medium difficulty.
Armed With Wings: Walkthrough
Armor Games have done it again; the creation and proliferation of original, addictive and altogether superior flash games seems like something that they seem to manage to achieve effortlessly in the restricted window of time between boiling the kettle and the water reaching one hundred degrees centigrade. I must say that I enjoy a good platform game almost as much as I do a premium-brand cup of tea; it is therefore my pleasure to provide anyone who cares with some extensive insight into the monochromatic world of ‘Armed with Wings’, the first in a series of action platform games with a generous helping of strategic puzzles and coated with a liberal sprinkle of aesthetic delight.
Give me a game that bridges the gaps between the genres of fantasy, defence and magic games, and I’ll give you a moderately enthusiastic round of applause. The speed of the applause which I gave to ‘Epic Stand’, however, was nothing short of rapid with enthusiasm. A defensive game at its core, ‘Epic Stand’ manages to marry fantasy, myth and magical qualities with grace and confidence. Take control of a battle wizard of stereotypical wizard-like appearance while you defend the castle at all costs. With gameplay that is superior to most other games of its type and a soundtrack that justifies the inclusion of the word ‘epic’ in the title, you will be scarcely disappointed with your decision to play.