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Flash TD: Ever-Changing

By Shamus
on Tuesday Jan 16, 2007
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The author is still mucking about with this game, which keeps changing the highest posible score. While playing today, he added one more level. That means one more level of interest, which can really change your ending score.

For example…


I got this and thought: Wow! I more than doubled my previous best!

And I made the high score list!


But if you look at those times, you’ll see that not one of them is more than an hour old. I was just lucky in that I took my lunch beak just as the new version went up. I’m sure it will be gone by the time I knock off work today.

What a silly, addictive game.

Comments (4)

  1. Pixy Misa says:

    I just made #96 on the high-score list with 40,408. It looks you fall out of the list after an hour.

    Top score currently over 160k…

  2. Ryan says:

    Apparently, I’m not very good at this game. I can beat level 39, but my highest score has been less than 6000. It is ridiculously addictive, though.

  3. smokemachine says:

    my strategy is when i finaly get 21lvl i sell all towers and buy rocket towers and upgrade them but i cant beat 39 lvl why? i dont have to much money why ?

  4. ThePenguinMafia says:

    I do the same as you smoke, but make sure you have water towers to slow them down, it helps. and buy then upgrade, since upgrade is more effective then buy buy buy, up up up.

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