At that time, defense radish was just developed, and it was almost popular for a while. The exquisite and lovely game interface, as well as the design image of natural cute and artificial fool, is really unforgettable at first sight and can't stop playing. The operation of protecting radish is very simple and easy, just choose the position and put the lovely "cannons". With the emergence of wave after wave of monsters, "cannon" will automatically select the target to attack. At the beginning of the game, only weapons like bottles can be used, but at the end, more and more weapons can be used to attack. Biro said "Star", "lightning ball" and "little fan".
But ha, although there are only a few basic operations in this game, it's a big learning to ensure that the cute radish won't be eaten by the same cute monster. For example, the "small fan" can cause global damage, with uncertain direction and wide range. It's suitable to be placed on the roadside where monsters appear. It's best to put it on the corner. This can achieve one channel per dozen. It can also eliminate all the props in the scene and increase money income; "Lightning ball": also known as "magic ball tower", can achieve additional discharge, and the damage caused by discharge is still very considerable. It seems that it can also slow down, but it is a little worse than the slow effect caused by "the lump on the head of lazy sheep". The most important thing is that he doesn't have a great demand for the position. He belongs to the type where he can be submissive. Personally, I prefer to play "lightning ball" because the picture of "lightning ball" is more gorgeous, and the current sound in the sound effect is also very perceptive. Pay attention to props. They can drop money. Pay attention to delay, you can delay time; in a word, players want to play well or they have to be familiar with the functions of weapons, understand their targets, the scope of action and the flexibility.
Finally, when it comes to protecting radish, I have to mention the popularity of its audience. I believe you have seen primary school students with their parents' mobile phones staring at the "big monster" in the radish while their fingers are still sliding in the bus, subway and even roadside.