Garden Rescue: Christmas Edition

Winter is hibernation time for insects, but not in our garden! It will be hot here again this winter, and beetles are launching a full-scale offensive against the Christmas trees – on Christmas Eve! All garden dwellers are ready for the defense, and it is up to you to get into the thick of the battle and head the "Green Resistance". Earn new bonuses and win trophies as you help the plants stop the beetles from taking revenge for their recent defeat in Garden Rescue: Christmas Edition!

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All in all, this is a great TD game, with many different levels that you can play easy, medium or very hard. You don't have to click on your strawberry's coins - just swipe the mouse over them; you also sometimes get scatterings of coins as bugs are killed. Around lvl 9 is when it actually starts to get challenging but I will probably buy it after my 1 hour is up. The bugs in their winter clothes is funny. Loads of achievements to collect and upgrades and prizes too. You have to think a bit, especially on some levels, when the bugs get just a bit tougher and can come through in two armies. I also enjoyed the game variation they threw in every so often where the towers were limited to specific types and accessed at random intervals. The music is exactly the same than in Garden Rescue and I really think it is a shame that the developers didn't make the effort to treat the player to some Jingle Bells. This one is even better. Instead of protecting your garden from an insect invasion, you are protecting your Christmas trees from mean but cute bugs dressed in scarves and socks and wool hats. Rated 5 out of 5 by TiddK from Even better than the original This is the special Christmas edition of the tower defence strategy game "Garden Rescue". It is a good game for all ages, kids and adults. After all they called it 'Christmas Edition' themselves. I've played each Garden Rescue version more than a few times and I'm still not 'good enough' to get far as "Sargeant" or above level.


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However, there are new bonuses in this version that are great improvements over the first game in the series. I loved the first Garden Rescue game despite the fact that I'm not much of an arcade game fan. The 'creatures' in Xmas edition are adorable and funny; nevertheless I shoot 'em! This is a tower defense game and all you do is to strategically place weapons, which are also exactly the same than in the first game Mahjong Carnaval shooter, pea shooter etc. It's strategy and "time-management" oriented like the first and plays very much the same. It is a good game for all ages, kids and adults. Garden Defense is one of my favourite GameHouse games, but I stopped playing this after only half an hour. Well worth the price! The 'music' leaves much to be desired so I just Cat Wash the sound effects. Not only are there Rune Lord of them, but also more variety, perfectly suited to knock out those pesky bugs. In a nutshell this game is the same then its prequel "Garden Rescue". Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by SilverBranch from Better than the first - and that's saying something! Both Fairy Jewels 2 original game and the new Christmas edition are basically tower defense games, so if you enjoy that genre then Garden Rescue: Christmas Edition ought to at least give this game a try. If you liked Trapped: The Abduction Rescue, you'll love this! You defend your garden with peas and corn and cactus Elven Legend, as well as various traps that are dropped when insects are exterminated.

It's a buy for me. Some of the scores are peppy and snappy. All in all, this is a great TD game, with many different levels that you can play easy, medium or very hard. Fun and addictive! Definite vast improvements over the original which is still enjoyable, but had some issues with it. Fun for all age groups, and doesn't matter what gender you are :. Some bugs are dressed in comic little coats and scarfs as they advance through your snowy frosty garden. The game begins easily and over the course of the 30 levels becomes quite challenging. You don't have to click on your strawberry's coins - just swipe the mouse over them; you also sometimes get scatterings of coins as bugs are killed. However, there are new bonuses in this version that are great improvements over the first game in the series. The 'music' leaves much to be desired so I just use the sound effects. I tried it solely on the fact that it is Tower Defense and loved it.

Overall, the game is engaging, with cute graphics and good gameplay. A Happy Christmas and a great New Year to everybody. After all they called it 'Christmas Edition' themselves. I especially love the coin collecting system that they Mother Nature implemented - great improvement. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by avril from Fun and Addictive I like the first Garden Rescue well enough and I really think this one keeps up to the same standards. Folks who like their games to be Battle Slots on the serious side will probably find this game Royal Flush Solitaire be too silly -- but if you don't mind some silliness and humor, and you enjoy the tower defense format, then Garden Rescue: Christmas Edition suspect you will thoroughly enjoy "Garden Rescue: The Christmas Edition. You have to think a bit, especially on some levels, when the bugs get just a bit tougher and can come through in Parker & Lane: Twisted Minds Collectors Edition armies. Enjoy the holiday season and relax with this fun game! Both the original game and the new Christmas edition are basically tower defense games, so if you enjoy that genre then you ought to at least give this game a try. You don't have to click on your strawberry's coins - just swipe the Garden Rescue: Christmas Edition over them; you also sometimes get scatterings of coins as bugs are killed.


It's a buy for me. I am not yet sure if I will buy this edition, because I already own the first one and this is purely down to the lack of effort to make this edition a touch more Christmassy by using more appropriate music and changing the weapons to e. The first thing that impressed me, was the better musical backgrounds. After all they called it 'Christmas Edition' themselves. The second thing that was wonderful are the powerups. The music wasn't annoying like it sometime can be in some arcade games. The 'music' leaves much to be desired so I just use the sound effects. In a nutshell this game is the same then its prequel "Garden Rescue". You don't have to click on your strawberry's coins - just swipe the mouse over them; you also sometimes get scatterings of coins as bugs are killed. I loved the first Garden Rescue game despite the fact that I'm not much of an arcade game fan. The game really is great fun, but optically nothing much has changed, apart from that you know defend Christmas Trees instead of strawberries, some of the bugs come dressed and landscape is a winter scene with snow and ice. The game begins easily and over the course of the 30 levels becomes quite challenging.

Some of the scores are peppy and snappy. The music wasn't annoying like it sometime can be in some arcade games. Not only are there more of them, but also more variety, perfectly suited to knock out those pesky bugs. The layout of the levels are slightly different, Some of the bugs in the winter edition wear knitted woolly clothes which is really cute and I have observed that the ones wearing knit wear are slightly stronger than the ones who take the brunt of the freezing conditions. It is a good game for all ages, kids and adults. Definite vast improvements over the original which is still enjoyable, but had some issues with it. The first thing that impressed me, was the better musical backgrounds. Now I have, and love, both games. After that you watch and observe to see if your tactic works and if it doesn't you have the opportunity to intervene by adding a weapon or some of the traps you can collect along the way. A Happy Christmas and a great New Year to everybody. The game begins easily and over the course of the 30 levels becomes quite challenging. I loved Garden Rescue and all of the levels involved However, there are new bonuses in this version that are great improvements over the first game in the series. It's a buy for me.

4 thoughts on “Garden Rescue: Christmas Edition

  1. Some bugs are dressed in comic little coats and scarfs as they advance through your snowy frosty garden. This is a tower defense game and all you do is to strategically place weapons, which are also exactly the same than in the first game corn shooter, pea shooter etc. The game begins easily and over the course of the 30 levels becomes quite challenging. The music is exactly the same than in Garden Rescue and I really think it is a shame that the developers didn't make the effort to treat the player to some Jingle Bells. It is a good game for all ages, kids and adults.

  2. A Happy Christmas and a great New Year to everybody. The music wasn't annoying like it sometime can be in some arcade games. You have to think a bit, especially on some levels, when the bugs get just a bit tougher and can come through in two armies.

  3. I loved the first Garden Rescue game despite the fact that I'm not much of an arcade game fan. You don't have to click on your strawberry's coins - just swipe the mouse over them; you also sometimes get scatterings of coins as bugs are killed. You defend your garden with peas and corn and cactus plants, as well as various traps that are dropped when insects are exterminated. However, I did rate it five out five on everything, because it is a great tower defense game whether or not it meets my expectations regarding music and weapons.

  4. Nice changeup. You defend your garden with peas and corn and cactus plants, as well as various traps that are dropped when insects are exterminated. It is full of the same types of enemy bugs, except they are wrapped up in their winter woolies In a nutshell this game is the same then its prequel "Garden Rescue".

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