DiDiDoDo Defense — Consonance and Tower Defense

While I honestly have no clue how to properly pronounce the name, DiDiDoDo Defense is a brand new Tower Defense game from developers 9fury Studio.

DiDiDoDo Defense puts you in control of the DiDiDoDo, who have to protect their planet — DiDiDoDo — from creatures just as strange (but considerably more menacing) than the DiDiDoDo themselves.

The game itself appears to be fairly standard fare for a tower defense game, but the unique style and potentially interesting story put DiDiDoDo ahead of the pack in many regards. On top of this is the odd “Planet” feature, which showcases DiDiDoDo — the planet, not species — in a circular format. You can spin the planet  in 2D at your leisure, and playing will unlock various parodies of famous historical figures. Alexando the Great and Michael Jackdon make appearances, for example.

DiDiDoDo Defense will feature four differently-themed segments to the game, with a grand total of forty-eight levels for players to work through; defending their fridge-shaped spaceship from the encroaching hordes of random aliens. The random detritus on the level can actually be destroyed by directing nearby towers to attack them, but they have to be manually snapped back to enemies when they come along. This creates an interesting balancing act between destroying random junk for money and actually destroying enemies.

DiDiDoDo Defense is available now for free on Android, so if you want to puzzle out how to pronounce the name yourself, grab it off the Google Play store for zero dollars.

A nerd of elephantine proportions (both figuratively and literally), Connor also writes for Pxlbyte, and has recently come to realize that he is, in actuality, really bad at video games. So he writes about them instead.

  • Thank you for the article. Dididodo should be pronounced like “Dee-Dee-Dou-Dou” by the way :)