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Carrot Watch 


The Defender Chronicle games are a favorite of many tower defense gamers out there. Carrot Watch takes the same premise in terms of the vertical tower defense, but it let's us use cuter characters. Bunnies are trying to defend their carrots from the sly foxes that want to steal them. Anyone notice that there are a multitude of apps pitting one animal against another one?

Carrot Watch has a cute look and feel to it. Parts of Carrot Watch are similar to the Looney Tunes. Especially when the foxes die. The game shows a huge pile of carrots but we only seem to actually have five of them. Why? Once five are gone so are we. It is the end of the level, and we have to try again.

The levels in Carrot Watch are very similar. We can use different bunnies with different skills but that is not always helpful. Gifts are acquired in the levels and give us wonderful attacks that are powerful. And boy are they powerful. Scrolling up and down the screen can be loose at times, and it does lead to mild frustration.

The most difficult part about Carrot Watch is making a mistake. I could not figure out how to sell a bunny that landed in the wrong spot. I thought I was putting them in one spot, and they wound up setting up in another one. So I wanted to sell them, buy them again and retry. Forget about it. They are there and I had to restart the level of hope my mistake was not too costly.

Normally mistakes are very costly in Carrot Watch. Why? There are only twenty levels. These levels are strewn across five different worlds. We have ten different rabbits to help us fight, and there are ten different kinds of foxes. The coolest part about Carrot Watch is the music. It may be repetitive, but I like it. And that is a good thing.

The bunnies in Carrot Watch are protecting their property. I like that as well. Stealing is one of the more evil things people can do. Especially those foxes.
- Luke


Graphics: 69%
Sound: 74%
Replay/Extras: 61%
Gameplay: 50%
Family Friendly Factor: 66%
System: iPhone/iPod Touch
Publisher: Bulkypix
Rating: ‘9+’ - 9+
{Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence}

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