Monkeys Hate Bloons and Also Monkeys: Bloons TD Battles

Mon, Jul 22, 2013

Arcade, Casual, Frisky Misc, iPad, iPhone, Mobile

If you’ve spent as much time as I have defending things with towers, you’ve probably come to understand a few truisms of the genre. Kingdoms are best protected by someone yelling “Archers, ready;” we don’t want zombies on the lawn, orcs are very flammable, and most of all, monkeys hate bloons. Just hate ‘em to bits. Literally, they hate them in ways that blow those bloons to pieces, and have done so for years. Well, it turns out all those helium fumes are getting to the monkeys, because after years of helpful bloon-popping collaboration, they have started turning on one another! For the first time in the series, Ninja Kiwi (a TriplePoint client) is adding head-to-head multiplayer to their explosive (GET IT?) tower defense series with Bloons TD Battles on iOS.


From the press release:

Ninja Kiwi, the New Zealand-based developer and publisher of hit web and mobile games, today announced Bloons® TD Battles, from the popular tower defense series Bloons® TD, is available now on iOS devices. Fans can now go head-to-head for the first time against other players on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, deploying ninja monkeys, sniper monkeys, helicopters and more in new multiplayer bloon-popping challenges. Bloons® TD Battles can be downloaded free now for iOS devices here:

Like they said, it’s free, so maybe pop on over (SERIOUSLY DO YOU GET IT??) and check it out here on the App Store.

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  • Ice112

    is this game cross platform across android and IOS?

  • Jesse Henning

    I don’t know if it’s on Android yet.