Cargo Shipment San Franciso
Want a unique tower defense? How about one with no towers, no enemies, and nothing to defend? The only thing on the line in Dynergy Games' Cargo Shipment San Franciso is your reputation as a shipping company. Well that's not exactly true. But instead of enemies trotting along a route you have shipping trucks and the towers are warehouses filled with employees ready to load. To be the fastest shipping company out there, your trucks don't stop (unless there is a tasty fast food joint) and your workers have to go to them as they transverse from point A to point B. Place your warehouses in optimal spots for your employees to run out and fill the truck with as much as they carry before trucks pass by going on their predestined routes.
Cargo Shipment San Francisco is not only unique in premise, but in levels as well. While most tower defenses give you different maps with occasional new buildings, here you also have new rules. One level may have you keep an eye on fuel, while on another you only can use basic warehouses and fastfood shops. Stars are given on each level which can be spent on upgrades, and you also can purchase items to slow down the trucks and buffs for your warehouses. Just keep an eye on your money because you must spend it to unlock new areas of San Francisco. This game has its own 'bumps in the road', such as how you occasionally need to replay levels just to build up money to move on when your balance has depleted, or how restarting levels does not give you back the items you used on it. Another problem is the speed bump item does not actually show up on your map once you've placed it and can fool you into using additional ones, so trust your click! These are just minor issues, however, and don't take away too much from the refreshing game that is Cargo Shipment San Francisco. The large map will take you awhile to play and keep the strategic part of your brain busy for a long time.