Flash Element TD

Posted on May 23, 2007. Filed under: Fun n Games | Tags: |

A Macromedia Flash based Warcraft TD game inspired by Element TD for WarcraftIII. All programming has been done, from scratch, by me (David Scott) Graphics and sound effects have been made using the level editor that comes with WarcraftIII and Adobe Photoshop. A thanks to Bluey, Sencerd and Yo-Sushi for their help testing and a big thanks to Grrr for balancing.

The aim of the game is to kill the creeps before they reach the end of the maze, do this by building attacking towers on the grass around the maze. To build click on the one you want to build on the right, then click on the map where you want it to be built. Once built you can click on them to upgrade or sell. To get a high score keep as much of your gold in the bank as possible, at the end of each round you earn interest on the gold in the bank. Special levels are where the creeps are none-normal, they include FAST [6, 13, 19, 26, 32] AIR [8, 17, 27] IMMUNE [10, 21, 32] BOSS [11, 22, 33] You get wood every 7 levels use wood to research upgrades. For more game info & tips visit the Instructons & Tips section

Play Flash Element TD

Bow Master Prelude


Your kingdom is under attack! You are armed with a legendary bow and can use a variety of spells and different types of magical arrows to defeat your enemy. Use strategy to prioritize your targets and exploit their weaknesses.

Flash Craft TD


Author quoted “Keep in mind that this is Flash Craft NOT Warcraft and was made by one man in flash not a whole team of pro developers! So this game cant meet all your demands!” LOL 😀


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