The gameplay of Bloons TD 6 is simple. The player starts with cash that can be spent on towers, and get more as the rounds progress. Towers will attack any Bloons who come into their range. Bloons progress along the path, and steal Lives if they escape the path. After completing a given number of rounds, the player wins the game. If they run out of lives before that, they will lose.
For more information, see List of Bloons. This game has a fairly peculiar upgrade system compared to other games. It consists of 6 to 10 upgrades and starts as one or two upgrades, and along the path can split in two, or merge into one. Some paths end on split decisions, and more complex paths have TWO split decisions in them.
Collecting some upgrades will prevent you from purchasing other upgrades, like in BTD5. Probably the most unique new feature is story mode, a campaign game complete with 60 cinematic cutscenes. The player can earn bonus Monkey Money and Tokens from playing this mode.
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Although Bloons TD 6 sticks to the formula that made it famous, there are enough new features to keep even veterans on their toes. Unlike the previous entries in the saga, in Bloons TD 6 you can no longer upgrade towers to their highest level just by collecting cash. You need to unlock those levels by using the towers and gaining experience. On top of that, each tower now has three build paths with five stages each.
The final fifth tier unlocks cost upwards of 50, exp each. As stated above, all you need to do to gain experience on your simian towers is use them. Some towers might also be able to take down medium, depending on their strengths. Another big change in Bloons TD 6 is the introduction of hero towers. The trade off is that they have higher than average starting costs. Fortunately, the first two available are generally agreed to be the best you can get.
While hordes of bloons are a constant threat, two types in particular are likely to ruin your day. Even dart monkeys can pop them with a few cheap upgrades.
Snipers, wizards, and boomerang towers can be upgraded to hit them as well. Ninjas can even hit camo bloons without any upgrades at all. A number of other upgraded towers can take care of them too. Of course, any tower can hit camo bloons with a monkey village with the radar scanner upgrade. This combination is more than enough to take down any stage on easy or medium, and provides a good base coming forward.
Ninjas are a strong early unit because they can hit camo bloons and shoot quickly. Their weakness lies in lead bloons, which is where alchemists come in. As mentioned above, their acidic mixture dip upgrade gives any tower the ability to pop lead bloons.
A well placed ninja paired with a alchemist can handily defeat all 40 waves of any easy map, and all 60 waves of some stages on medium difficulty. Once the going gets tougher, drop down some super monkeys to provide extra firepower.
Bloons TD 6 Tips & Tricks
By then you should be able to afford them. These knowledge points can be invested into one of six knowledge trees. Each one provides unique benefits to certain towers, but not all are created equal.
Here are a few quick tips for knowledge in Bloons TD 6. It gives you an additional cash at the beginning of each level, which opens up a lot of options early on.
It provides a 25 point health shield that regenerates slightly between waves. There is no better insurance policy in Bloons TD 6. The final knowledge point you should prioritize can be found at the end of the Heroes Knowledge Tree. Hopefully this list proves helpful for Bloons beginners and veterans alike. Have any more tips and tricks for Bloons TD 6? Let us know in the comments! Nick Fernandez. Gaming on mobile has been improving at a far greater rate than any technology that came before it.Round is an omage of Round 63, and is basically that but fortified, regen, etc.
That and Round are the only Freeplay rounds discovered that aren't randomized. Apopalypse, Round 82 is where D. Ts appear, although the message for Round 90 D. Ts still pops up so that's funny.
Any round that has Regen Leads. Alchemist Farming. Added Round 4 and fixed formatting issues, where weird things like ' Apopalypse' show up.
To deal with pesky rounds, I use a Super Monkey. Then I get enough money via farms for Sun Temples. Virtually nothing gets through! A lot of people lose on round The purple stack there has something like bloons, I think. Bloon solver probably doesn't help much with a stack ofbut Ultra juggernaut will. Round 76 is more dangerous than round While round 78, all you needs to prepare some powerful tower and call detection.
Do you think purple stacks should continue to appear later in freeplay? Right now they only appear until or so. They could also contain more bloons later on, like a round purple stack could contain something like bloons. They do sometimes appear, however. What might mastery mode in BTD6 look like? Also, what about daily challenges where bloon ranks are altered, when those become available?
Round 36, the one with the pink rushes, will be even harder than the equivalent BTD5 round as the number of pinks is approximately doubled from BTD5. What might purple bloons become?Unlike the previous games, however, Bloons Tower Defense 6 utilizes 3D objects that can block the monkey's line of sight, which makes tower placement significantly more important. Certain vision-blocking objects can be removed for a fee, which will free up space for tower placement and sometimes can reveal hidden water.
BTD6 Steam for Macintosh was released worldwide much later on, starting from 12th March with the release of Version An example defense on the map Dark Castle. Gameplay in Bloons TD 6 is similar to previous games, with monkeys popping Bloons. The new Bloons have different properties, such as Purple Bloons being immune to fire, plasma, and energy weapons, and Fortified Bloonswhich are stronger variations of their regular counterpart the Fortified property will double the health of all bloons it is applied to except for leads, which quadruples its health.
Bloons Tower Defense 6
Each game progresses using rounds. These rounds gradually introduce more Bloon types, and get harder the later the player progresses. Before starting a game, players are prompted to choose a mode - Easy, Medium, or Hard - and select a sub-mode.
The variety of modes in Bloons TD 6 allows players to play the same map in many different ways, making the game more diverse than previous installments in the Bloons TD series. Upon completing a game, players will get a certain amount of Monkey Money based on the difficulty of the map chosen, and the mode chosen.
After a map's first completion on a difficulty, the amount of Monkey Money rewarded upon completion is significantly reduced. After defeating roundplayers will receive an 'Insta-Monkey' which has the chance of already having upgrades that can be placed for free in any mode except for C.
Upon playing the game for the first time, the Army Monkey gives a tutorial on how to play the game. At the track Town Centerhe declares the aim of the game: "Stop the Bloons from getting through! After placing a second Dart Monkey in another part of the track, the first round can be played. The Army Monkey then points out the Play button, which is used to begin the next round. After beating the second round, he points out that popping Bloons earns the monkeys experience: "Popping Bloons earns your Monkeys experience!
He tells the player that "each Monkey type has 5 upgrades in 3 paths," after which the player is free to choose one of the Dart Monkey's Tier 1 upgrades to unlock. After unlocking an upgrade, the Army Monkey tells the player that he needs to apply the upgrade to the Dart Monkeys in play in order for them to be able to use it.
After completing Round 3, Quincyone of the nine current heroes, arrives. The Army Monkey tells the player that Quincy is a Monkey Hero that upgrades himself throughout the course of the game. After Round 4 is completed, the player levels up to Level 2, allowing the player to unlock a Primary Monkey. The same process occurs after Round 9 is completed, which is when the player levels up to Level 3, allowing the player to unlock another Primary Monkey.
After Round 10, the player wins the tutorial game and earns Bloons Tower Defense 6 currently features a roster of 21 monkeys 2 new monkeys and 19 returning from previous BTD games and 9 heroes to help pop bloons. These monkeys are split into four classes: Primary, Military, Magic, and Support.
The monkeys range from simple Dart Monkeys to the all-powerful Super Monkeyeach one with its own unique attacks, abilities and strengths. Monkey XP still exists, but this time around it functions a bit differently.
Players can save up Monkey XP to unlock upgrades in any order they wish, but the amount of monkey XP required increases the farther down the upgrade path they travel.
XP can also be saved, allowing players to go down the path the player wishes rather than unlocking them in order. Each monkey offers 15 total upgrades which are split into 3 paths of 5 upgrades where a player can get two paths: 1 path to tier 5 and another path to tier 2. If someone upgrades one path then another, the third path will be closed.
Also, there can only be one of every fifth tier upgrade on screen at all times except for the Crossbow Master upgrade, with the monkey knowledge activated known as Master Double Cross, one can have 2 Crossbow Masters in a game instead of 1.Note: Rounds 1 and 2 do exist in the code, but never appear in normal Alternate Bloons gameplay.
Round 1 has 10 very spaced Blue Bloons, while Round 2 is almost identical to the normal rounds. These rounds can be seen in certain challenges.
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Help by finishing off the missing rounds. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Players start on Round 3, like Hard Mode. Bloon rounds are not the same as the standard rounds, but instead there is an entirely unique set of rounds. Stronger types of Bloons appear in rounds earlier than normal, making the difficulty more challenging. For example, Camo Bloons appear on Round 5 as opposed to Round Tips Edit There are a number of noteworthy rounds to look out for that can be an unexpected surprise, especially those rounds that are not expected at all in normal games.
The first Lead Bloons start on Round Set the lead-popping power on Strong. The first Camo Lead starts on Round It is helpful to have some solid popping power, such as Bloonjitsu with Distraction. The first Ceramic Bloons appear on Round Glueing, freezing, distracting or otherwise slowing the progress of the bloons is helpful for slowing down progress of Ceramics and seperating the threats. Ezili can pop both Camo and Lead regardless of her level, making her useful for the early rounds.
Notably, the first Camo Bloons appear on Round 5, encouraging the use of cheap camo-detecting towers, such as Ninja Monkeys. The first Lead Bloons appear on Round Though BTD6 is very similar to the previous title, there are a few fundamental changes to the core gameplay.
For one, there are no more special agents. Instead, there are heroes not Supermonkeys that level up with each round.BTD6 - EVERYTHING About Bloon Types
Though their levels do not carry over to the next arena, it has to restart every session. Secondly, you can only upgrade your monkeys with experience points, not with the in-game money you earn with every bloon popped.
This makes each level a little more challenging than it was in the previous games as you can no longer put down a dart monkey and max out his skills in the first round. There are also a few tricks that Bloons TD 6 does not explain very well, like soul binding a tower, what knowledge does, how to gain experience points, and a reminder of how to get those pesky lead bloons.
Be sure to check it out for any hints you might need to win the next arena. This happens when you unlock the last tier in the Intense Magic skill tree of the wizard monkey. Luckily, some folks over at Reddit have figured it out. Turns out, soulbind helps when you run out of lives. The tower will sacrifice itself and any other soulbind you have out to gain more lives. Furthermore, you can only have one soulbind tower at a time, but you can bind as many other towers to it as you want to. This caution is expressed because the sites linked below require a valid email address before you can download the game.
All of these are basically APK versions, but getting to them is a lot riskier. Again, if you are worried about security, it might be best to avoid the links above. Both links have customer ratings and comments available to make sure you get a copy that works and has minimal bugs; it is always good to express caution when downloading an app from places other than Google Play and the App Store. Instead of upgrading your tower whenever you like with the money gained from bloon popping, you have to unlock each tier with experience points first.
It is easy enough to gain experience points — you simply need to put down the tower you want to upgrade and play. The more of that tower you have down, the more experience points you will get. If you want to farm for experience points, it is best to pick an easy arena and only put down the tower you want to upgrade.
There are very few towers that will inherently tackle camp and lead bloons without any upgrades. For camo bloons, those include ninja, wizard, and boomerang monkeys. For lead bloons, it is only the canon.This means that it takes Similarly, the most efficient bank in BTD5 was able to pay itself off in 7 rounds the, and all paid themselves off in 7 rounds. However, the most efficient bank with no monkey knowledge in BTD6 is able to pay itself off in 10 rounds the, and upgrades all pay themselves off in 10 rounds.
In BTD5, the bananas went straight to the farmer after being deployed by the banana farm. In BTD6, the bananas touch the ground first before going to the farmer. The farmer does have a monkey knowledge upgrade, though, that makes its range bigger.
HERE are the comparison photos. Note: All prices are done on medium difficulty with no monkey knowledge, unless otherwise stated. In BTD6, there are 3 upgrade paths for banana farms. This farm now makes 6 bunches of bananas. The farm is more efficient than the farm, taking The used to be the most efficient banana farm, until it was recently overtaken by the farm. This farm now makes 8 bunches of bananas. The farm is less efficient than the farm but more efficient than the farm, taking This upgrade effectively increases the banana production by 8, since the farm creates 8 bananas.
Hence, the efficiency of this banana farm is much lower than the farm, dropping to The farm pays itself off in The one in BTD6 is about half as efficient. We have Banana! Since bananas are usually picked up the moment they are dropped, this is pretty much a useless upgrade. This upgrade affects the other paths. This drastically improves the efficiency of the farms, notably the farm takes The farm is pretty much the same, and it hurts the efficiency of thetheand the farms.
Banks in general are more efficient than the 1st path and the 3rd path, however, they require you to wait until the bank is full to get the most efficiency out of the bank.
The bank is the most efficient bank of all. You can withdraw at any time, but it is recommended to wait to hit or almost hit the limit to be the most efficient. The and banks take 10 rounds rounded up to pay themselves off, while the takes 11 rounds to pay itself off, with no monkey knowledge. Upon clicking the loan ability, a red counter will appear next to your money counter. Basically, the game will take away half of the money you earned starting the instant you click the loan ability.
You need two xx banks to take out more than one loan at a time. The money that goes to the loan will pay off the first bank you loaned before the second bank starts receiving the money you owe. Loans are paid one at a time. Thereforeonly take one loan at a time, and you only need one loan building, no more, since it earns the exact same amount of money as a normal bank.
This means that you have to use the ability 10 times to pay itself off, which will take a while.
If you never touch the ability, the bank takes rounds to pay itself off, the bank takes rounds to pay itself off, and the bank takes rounds to pay itself off. Alternatively, you can just hold your finger on the screen and it will act like a monkey farmer as long as your finger is held.