A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux

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Play randomly generated map 0 through 999,999,999 or try to beat 3 stars out of 20 maps on the campaign of this tower defense game!

Controls are pretty simple, you click a highlighted slot where you want to put a tower in, select a tower by moving your mouse or press a number according to each tower´s, or right click to cancel. Select a built tower to upgrade it or sell it for half price. Right click and hold to rotate 45 degrees left or right. Scroll your mouse wheel to zoom in and out.

This game is still in development for everything to be balanced perfectly, so if you have any complaints, please leave a comment!

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Buy Now$2.00 USD or more

In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $2 USD. You will get access to the following files:

nine-nines-win.zip 50 MB
Version 1.0.3a
nine-nines-linux.zip 57 MB
Version 1.0.3a
nine-nines-mac.zip 52 MB
Version 1.0.3a

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nice looking but you must better balance geamplay and experience i have played full time hard 16 but it was boring... at the end i feeled danger but it was not last meter kill.  

i need some story... why i am defending?  they are all the same.

you have campaign but it doesnt introduce you into game. i think it shoud be linear with heand crafted experience. 

ilttle too boring and too bright. i didn't experience fantasy from scrren-gifs.

The maps on the game are procedurally generated by design, and with that, it is really hard to guarantee that every map is going to be balanced, some might be more difficult because there might be more enemy entrances and shorter paths to your base. So unfortunately you'll  probably find maps that are more fun for you than others. I am planning on adding more mechanics to the game so no matter what map you're playing, you might have more stuff to do and that may turn some duller maps into more interesting ones. But thank you for giving me feedback!