Comment: "Another great Williams game. I can't tell you how many hours I spent playing this game..."
Comment: "I use to play this game for hours on one quarter.not like todays games. what a thrill to get my first million on this game. And to have your name up in lights for everyone to see.my hands still shake today from hammmering on the fire button all day. nothing like the old arcade.defender fan for forever GWC."
Comment: "you've got 5 minutes to kill, so you play defender! simple and addictive, will get your blood racing in the later levels when you somehow manage to dodge all the bad guys, or when your last humanoid get whipped away."
Comment: "This game was and still is the best. The amazing control panel layout, the amazing sounds, the amazing character set, the amazing game theory and the amazing scroll screen.. I thank the William's Crew for their efforts on this one. And reaching 1 Million is a blast. HS: 2.5M"
Comment: "I suck at this game, but I cannot get enough of it. That's when you know it is good. Like all Williams games of this era innovative in every way. A true classic. "
Comment: "Too hard for me, but I recognize a great game when I see one. Only God-level gamers were good at this game. It held me in awe to see someone get to the 99th level. Way out of my league!"
Comment: "Simply great, does it get any better? Used to play this for hours, still do the rare occasions you find one..."
Comment: "I would like ti know where i can find it in italy. It's really gorgeus"
Comment: "I'd never experienced anything like it before and have never since - especially after the sole unit we had in all of Nairobi, Kenya (yup, way out here in Africa) succumbed to wear and tear around 1988 after several yrs. I spent ages contemplating traveling 300 miles to Mombasa on our eastern coast, where the next one was rumored to be, but it wasn’t possible then. The effect of Defender on an indigenous African teenager way back in 1981 could easily be underestimated. For me, Defender stands way out as the Greatest computer game of all time. The initials of the Greats on its All Time Greatest – MRM, PBJ, SAM, KID (WHEREVER U GUYS ARE) - remain embedded in my memory."
Comment: "This was a great game in81. So much so that I bought myself one or my twenty-sixth birthday in 84. It still works today and it's never failed. Now my son plays it with me. None better."
Comment: "The best arcade game. Why? Great graphics, sounds and not easy to plying.