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Deathtrap Deathrap is a unique mixture of action-RPGs and Tower Defense games, a game of vicious tricks, killing machines, rotating blades and splattering blood.
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Platform PC Windows
Rating 79 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1617
Genre Strategy, General
Company / Developer
NeocoreGames / NeocoreGames
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Deathtrap reviews ( 7 )

xephnid, Feb 6, 2015

If you're looking for a perfect blend of tower defense game and action RPG than this is it! Not only are there lots of traps and lots of monsters to funnel through them, you also get combat skills to supplement your traps. You can find or craft gear for your character and you can level up both your character's skills and the traps. The game could do with more maps and more game modes, but I've rated it 10 regardless because it's such a rare beast and I do hope it will set a trend. It seems like it will take you somewhere around 40 hours to complete all 13 maps at the highest difficulty with a three star rating. The game does come with a full map/wave editor however, so there's a chance it will keep you busy longer than that.

sdgdsgsdgs, Dec 31, 2015

An interesting game in the genre of tower defense. But in this game ktrome setting traps and protective structures is still possible to play for a character. There are several characters to choose from and they have a different set of weapons and abilities.

jdhogfan, Feb 12, 2015

VERY well done co-op tower defense with action RPG thrown in. It really has the best of all worlds. I'm amazed why more dev's aren't throwing their hats into these co-op/tower defense games but this one is very fulfilling so far to me.

SanctumRevel, Feb 6, 2015

Ok we have seen many tower defence games before some better than others all unique ,this one it,s combat map rpg elements it s the andentures of vanhellsing only now you just defend yourself in this tower defence game it s ok the devs have shed more focus in rpg elements and it works

Tower, Jan 23, 2016

Deathtrap is a tower defence game, but one where you control a character on screen as well as building towers. In that regard, it is not a pure tower defence game. It plays a bit like a fantasy RPG, with lots of fast mouse movement and button clicking. If you were to play Van Helsing, the game that spawned Deathtrap, you would understand why. Despite that, the atmosphere of the game is quite captivating and the art style and audio makes this a game that you want to play, even if you are a Tower Defence purist.

Greg0828, Feb 22, 2015

This game is similar to Dungeon Defender or Orcs Must Die, however, both of those games did it much better. The game allows you to upgrade your towers, your hero skills, and your gear over time. Gear is really just stat boosting and doesnt add anything unique. The 3 heroes have semi unique game play and focus on different tower types. The monsters, especially later, start developing some unique abilities to challenge you. The lack of levels and game modes makes the game rather short. The monsters simply get harder when you replay maps so there is no point in replaying. The levels only allow you to place specific towers at specific points. I can understand making tower positions fixed but I cant even pick what goes there...Using your hero to fight isnt as intense as the previous games mentioned. You hero is more strategic fighting then mass killing. The levels themselves are rather simple and dont toss anything special in. I enjoyed this game for the time it took me to beat it once. After that it got boring quick,.

Dokkodo, Feb 13, 2015

It'll kill a day or two. It is a pretty standard tower defense game where your towers aren't strong enough to do the job so you gotta also shoot things. (Or stab things if you're the melee hero.) It mimics ARPGs with equipment and setting, but the ARPG elements are faux. It is basically a step back from Dungeon Defenders, but it is still a time killer.