Hordes of Hordes. It's a title that ought to strike fear into any unsuspecting tower defense fan's heart, because there's nothing quite so annoying as killing a creature and having it spawn lots of little creatures. And what if the hordes' hordes contain more hordes? Is it hordes all the way down? Fortunately, this new chibi-cute game from Undefined isn't quite that evil.
A build-your-own-path style game, the user experience could have been improved a lot with the addition of an undo button, since messing up barricades in particular can send you down a spiral of shame and degradation that you can't claw out of, short of restarting the level. An in-level mute button also would have been nice. Still, the game gives an interesting variety of traps, spells, and towers to unleash upon your foes, and is fairly well-balanced to boot, so you can try a lot of different approaches to any given map: you could fill up your ten slots with mana boosters and damage spells, for example, or try a combination of slowing and splash damage in traps and towers. Just make sure you think very carefully about your plan before you place things, and you'll find this a pleasant game play experience.