FreeAppADay for 03/26/10: The Creeps!

Fri, Mar 26, 2010

iPhone, Mobile

Happy Friday everyone! The final free app of another work week is upon us, with today’s offering (as reported by FreeAppADay) being yet another tower defense game, this time in the form of The Creeps! by Super Squawk Software.

While the iPhone App Store is definitely not without its fair share of tower defense titles, The Creeps! has some additional humor that other titles in the genre tend to lack. You are challenged with protecting your bed from the creepy, scary monsters that are emerging from your closet door. There are ten different types of creeps in all (not including the two bosses), that range from zombies and aliens to dinosaurs and ghosts.

The Creeps! sees enemies walking down a set path, with that path having a different shape on the game’s 16 different levels. You can build towers either on blank spots on the map, or destroy and obstacle and place a tower where that obstacle once stood. You’ll defeat enemies using a humorous line of munitions including toy blasters, flashlights, glue bottles and boomerangs.

The Creeps! supports the use of your own music as the game’s soundtrack, and it also automatically saves the game should you be interrupted by a phone call – no lost progress here. You can even pause the game and continue to build towers or target enemies while the game is paused, which increases the likelihood that a more casual gamer, or someone who is unfamiliar with the genre, won’t be overwhelmed.

As usual, these free app’s are only free for one day, so head over to iTunes if you’d like to pick up your copy of The Creeps! while it’s still free.

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