Toy Defense 2

Toy Defense 2

10,000 - 50,000 downloads

  • Above average in all areas
  • It does add few if any new features to the genre
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Expert's Review

"Guns aren't toys, don't treat them like such"

Reviewed by / Oct 31, 2013

A high quality defense game

Toy Defense was a late yet successful defense game, which was based on simple and effective premises. Long story made short, it was a good defense game. Period.

Toy Defense 2 doesn't pretend to be the one to reinvent the genre, either. It's essentially what it should be, an improved version of its former itself. More units, but not too many; new scenarios and a few tweaks that defense gamers will love but not feel uncomfortable with.

Likewise, the best part is what is called "battle reconstruction": famous battles of history reproduced on the carpet. Perhaps the toyish design is not of your liking, but that's a change no one would dare to ask for.

Tags: toy defender monster.

Developer's original description available here
Toy Defense 2 is the long-awaited sequel to the multi-million-download hit Toy Defense! Set in WW2, this action/strategy game is packed with more levels, amazing new features, a big selection of fighting units for each world, and more intense action than ever.

Take part in various missions in a range of theaters of war, from the picturesque beaches and forests of Normandy to the deserts of northern Africa. The most epic battles of WW2 await you!

Recruit, upgrade, and manage your troops to create your own powerful army! Defend your base, fight off invading enemies, and develop your own winning strategy!


- Classic tower defense gameplay with excellent level design and stunning artwork
- Over 200 levels in a variety of worlds
- Tournament Mode
- Your Facebook friends can help you in battle and become heroes under your command
- Masterful reconstruction of the most decisive battles of WW2 – the Battle of Iwo Jima, Operation Crusader, the Battle of Stalingrad, and Operation Overlord
- A set of unique combat units for each world inspired by real weapons and vehicles used in WW2
- Unlockable upgrade tree with multiple improvements for each unit
- New amazing power-ups to aid you in battle
- Unlimited potential for collecting hero units
- A brand new in-game notification center to keep you up to date with special offers, game events, upcoming updates, and much more

With Toy Defense’s unique spin on military strategy having become a proven success among gamers, the sequel Toy Defense 2 is sure to be a great find for anyone who enjoys tower defense, action, and strategy games.

Still undecided? You can always try the free version before buying the full game.

Regular content updates with amazing new features, new missions, and new worlds coming soon! Follow us for updates!

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Recently changed in this version

Repel enemy assaults in 12 new missions in the world of Iwo Jima! Mobilize your army -- don’t let the enemy break through your defenses!

Comments and ratings for Toy Defense 2
  • (72)

    by Chris Phelps on 01/04/2014

    Just an all round fantastic kill m all game @ large.

  • (72)

    by Adam Chromicz on 28/03/2014

    The entire game play design pushes you to spend money. The interface is overly complicated with different point systems and there no help to figure our what anything means. Lots of work went into this but very poor design.

  • (72)

    by Troy Geiter on 27/03/2014

    Love this game

  • (72)

    by Will Scott-Smith on 27/03/2014

    This would be five stars if you guys got rid of in-app purchases. Seriously - I already paid for the full version, why would I want to spend more money?

  • (72)

    by Matt Miller on 26/03/2014

    I love the concept it may be simple but is a really addicting games love it

  • (72)

    by Ziad Eldaly on 24/03/2014

    Nice challenging game

  • (72)

    by Mark Rupp on 23/03/2014

    This game is great