Build and Defend (or B&D) is a Multi-player Rogue-like Sandbox game. You will need to build a fortress and survive to hordes of monsters. The game is player at the 3th person (like Zelda 3). You can player alone or in multi-player (several players on the same computer, or on internet).
You adventure begins when you wake up in a desolated and dangerous world. You have a wood sword, a bit a wood, some seed of wheat , a dogand a sheep. Soon, you will find out that you will need to have to work to survive. You first mission will be to find something to eat, to build a shelter, and getting prepared to fight the monsters that populate the world during the night.After the first night, you will have a full day to enjoy your victory (if you survive).
But the next night is coming. The more the day and night goes, the more aggressive the monster are. New types of monsters and bosses will appear. In addition, you will have to be very clever to pass all the challenges the world will give you (no spoil here :) ).
Hopefully, your friends are here to help you. And if you play solo, you can always count on the “workers” (little creature that will help you to build and make your fortress work).
Build & Defend is a rogue-like. So, don’t expect to survive long on your first try. But soon, you might be experienced enough to pass the second night :)!
The website of build and defend has a ranking system to show players that have been able to survive the longest. You can also share your replays. Recently, we open the Wiki of Build & Defend where you can learn about the world and hope to survive a bit longer.
This video is the second Development News video where I present new game mechanics of
In this video, you will learn about the new farming system based on water irrigation, as well
as how to make the soldiers train and use catapults.
Ps: Don't forget, catapults are *very* powerful, and they can easily kill your team mates
or damage your fortress.
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