Heliceum has today announced the release of a major content update for their iOS videogame Human Defense. To celebrate this significant update, Human Defense is also receiving a discount for one week, reduced to just £0.69 GBP.
After defending the heart, lungs, muscles, kidneys, and spleen in the original release, players now have to defend the stomach for three whole levels. At this stage in the videogame, beyond delivering nutrients and destroying viruses, players now also face changes in blood flow. By sending the nutrients in the right direction to the different towers, players can save the organ from the viruses.
To help players who are stuck in a particularly difficult level, Heliceum’s “scientists” developed some new anti-viral “pills” which work as an in-game bonus:
- a defibrillator to destroy all the viruses on the screen,
- an adrenaline rush to improve towers’ defensive abilities,
- an X-ray machine to help players get ahead by revealing clues.
In addition to this new challenge comes the Emergency Mode. This brand new addition only unlocks after winning the first three chapters in Adventure Mode and was created for experienced players, as it offers a new challenge for players with a never-ending wave of viral attacks.
Human Defense renews tower defence genre with an injection of puzzle game. Taking place in the human body, it empowers you to protect the vital organs against sneaky viruses. Electronic Theatre will keep you updated with all the latest details on Human Defense and other titles from Heliceum.