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Disaster Will Strike Defender

In Qiabo's physics puzzle game Disaster Will Strike Defender, the dinosaur eggs still aren't willing to give up the earth, and now they've begun smashing all the bird eggs they can find! It's up to you to once again use the power of natural disasters to destroy all the dino eggs in each level, while at the same time making sure those (creepy looking) bird eggs (seriously, why so creepy?) remain intact. Click on a disaster in the top-left corner of the screen, then click where you'd like to activate it, keeping in mind you have a limited amount of them, and different disasters have their own unique effects. Earthquakes shatter glass and shake things up, for example, while the Landslide opens up holes in the ground. All of this is old hat to fans of the Disaster Will Strike series, and while the need to keep the bird eggs safe adds another layer of strategy, the core gameplay remains much the same, apart from the way you'll cringe at the sound when you accidentally crack an egg without breaking it. If you've already got an itch for more yolky destruction, Disaster Will Strike Defender adds a neat new wrinkle to the series without shaking up what fans love, though seriously, why are all the eggs so creepy now.

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Pretty neat. But the way those bird eggs laugh makes me wanna kill them, not the dino eggs.

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I love the games in this series, but are we positive that we're destroying the correct eggs in this one?

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