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    Save the Bees! Tower Defense Game BeeFense BeeMastered Releases on June 24th for PC and Consoles

    Just in time to celebrate the buzziest day of the year, World Bee Day, German indie studio ByteRocker’s Games has announced that its colourful tower defense game BeeFense BeeMastered releases digitally on June 24th, 2021! Coming to PC, PlayStation 4/5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and Nintendo Switch.

    BeeFense BeeMastered shows off what the world’s most important insect is capable of as players defend their hive against the hornet queen and her soldiers. In addition to gameplay and graphical enhancements, the remastered edition of the game adds a new foe for players to face: the queen’s big bad general and his henchmen.

    True to the game’s motto “Save the Bees!”, players of BeeFense BeeMastered must build an effective defense against varied enemy types in a total of 26 levels — a real BeeFense! In the remastered version of ByteRockers Games’ successful mobile game, the graphics have been revamped from the ground up to shine on PC and console in full HD and with new animations. The content of the humorous tower defense game has also expanded: the story continues in the land of fireflies in six new levels, with new weapons giving the clever little bees more options to trickily defend themselves against their opponents.

    Beeware! Don’t be fooled by the cute visuals, BeeFense BeeMastered is a challenging strategy game that requires tactical considerations and resource planning.

    Key Features:

    • 26 levels, 6 of which are brand new
    • Beeutiful new graphics, lighting effects, and animations
    • Challenging tower defense gameplay with an exciting storyline
    • 12 battle towers with different features and upgrades
    • Varied enemy types
    • Compelling resource management
    • Fully adapted for play with controllers



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