Storm the House

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Storm the House Instructions

Nice tower defense game elements tossed in a stick figure game, this is Storm The House. As the name of the game suggests, your stronghold is under siege, and all of your loved ones are in it. Your wife, your kids, your buddies - all of them are inside. You need to defend them with whatever you have. Use your mouse to shoot down waves after waves of angry stick figures. To reload your weapon, hit the space bar button. That's about everything you need to remember in this game

Storm the House Walkthrough

Tower defense games - they suck you into their world where you need to build one defensive tower after the other, buy upgrades, get more weapons of mass destruction, etc. And you do all of these for one single aim: don't let any of the enemy units make it to the other side of the map. The higher the body count is, the better, and that means you earn more cash. So what are you going to do with the cash? Simple, build more towers, buy more upgrades, get more weapons, rinse and repeat. It's a very addictive cycle that's really hard to resist. It's only a matter of time before you find yourself spending the whole day playing your favorite tower defense games.

Stick figure games, on the other hand, have their own level uniqueness... or should I say bizarreness. There are shooting stickman games where only the fast and the furious will survive. There are other games from the genre where you get to create your own level, race through it, and share the user-created levels with other players, and those are just to name a few. In simpler terms, almost any game with the words "stickman" or "stick figure" attached to it is bound to be interesting and absorbing.

What do you think would happen when you combine these 2 amazing game genres into one neat package? That's going to take addictiveness and fun to a whole new level I bet. And fortunately, you don't have to think or dream about it... it's all been done for you and it's here: Storm The House! Some laud it with praises; some say it's a rip off version of Defend Your Castle. As for me, I don't really give a damn. It's fun and that's all that matters in my opinion. Let's have a closer look at this tower defense and stick man game hybrid that is Storm The House.

As you can tell, stick figures are out to get you, and not just you - your wife, kids, friends, and everyone that you care for are being hunted down. Perhaps the stick men grew sick and tired of having the butt handed to them on a silver platter. Think about it, nobody wants to be hammered and treated violently game after game after game. They have decided it's time to stand up and they turned their sights on you and your stronghold. You bet they are mad! Guns, swords, etc. - these stick figures are going to throw whatever they can at you.

There are only 2 things you need to keep in mind to survive: (1) shoot them down by pointing your mouse and clicking, and (2) reload your gun with the space bar button. Common sense? Yeah it is. BUT believe me, how well or how bad you play this game depends not just on your shooting skills BUT on how fast you reload that gun of yours. Trust me, this is not easy. You can check out the forums littered with ravaged souls of players who took on this game. Only a handful of them made it alive... and many of them are crying because the game is too difficult for them to handle (those sissies!).

The attacking and revolting stick figures are quite vulnerable. Shoot them at the right places and 2 barrels would be enough to take them down. BUT what they lack in the toughness and resiliency department is more than made up for by their numbers. YES, these stick figures are going to charge to your stronghold in HUGE numbers.

No matter how you look at it, there's no way you can make it alive on your own. BUT you don't have to fight this battle alone! You can employ gunmen, craftsmen, and other workers to help you tip the tide of the war into your favor. Gunmen, as the name suggests, will shoot random stickmen for you. You don't have to control them, they don't have to reload. Just focus on your thing, which is shooting down enemies. Craftsmen, on the other hand, are hardworking people who never get tired fixing your stronghold's walls when they get damaged. Want something that will destroy masses of stick figures in one swoop? Grab a silo, BUT make sure you employ silo workers too. And be reminded that while all of these sounds nice, they come at a cost.

So will you be able to defend yourself in this stick game that pits you against enemies shouting: "Storm The House"? There's only one way to find out. Play the game!