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3D Tower Defense Prototype

Been building a prototype for a 3D Tower Defense game after chatting with some friends- seemed like a perfect time to start a serious project in Unity. In the game, pirating ships will enter your cubic space station from any of six directions, then make their way towards the remaining lifeforce on the ship, or aim for various supply hangars. Your job is to protect these, directing drones through tunnels to rebuild the ships latent defense systems in third and first-person. Loving even the initial cubic visuals.


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