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"Bloons TD5 has heaps of new features including all of your favorite towers from BTD4 with 8 awesome upgrades each instead of 4, and two brand new never before seen tower types.So much awesomeness: tower upgrades with cool Super Activated Abilities, new Bloon types, fun new tracks with moving parts and tunnels, powerful Special Agent towers, daily rewards, and daily challenges-a fun new challenge to play each and every day! Updates are coming all the time, and your progress is tracked for ranks, upgrades, and achievements when you log in our new NK login system. Have fun!"
"BTD5 Is one of the most prized games in the U.K, with it's wonderful strategy and thinking obsticles, BTD5 is not a miss. The creator of the whole Triology of the Bloons Tower Defence is a truly artistic and creative person, so please give a cheer for the person who invented it. Thankyou. Try all the bloons tower defences and go through a mind boggling series. Thank you for taking your time to read this."
|Bloons Tower Defense 5|
Bloons Tower Defense 5 Logo
|Release Date||December 15, 2011(December 13 for Ninja Kiwi accounts)|
|Developer||Kaiparasoft (Ninja Kiwi)|
|Bloon Types||14 (+ Camo & Regrowth categories)|
|Towers||17 (+ 2 Road Items & 9 Special Agents)|
Bloons Tower Defense 5 is Ninja Kiwi's latest Bloons Tower Defense game that was officially released December 15, 2011. According to Ninja Kiwi, the reason they released Bloons Tower Defense 4 Expansion was to tide the overwhelming demand for a new Bloons Tower Defense game, with BTD5 being so far from release at the time. This game is filled with New Features such as:
- Tunnels and moving parts for tracks.
- New tracks. There are 13 new tracks now.
- Z.O.M.G. addition.
- 2 paths of upgrades for towers
- Addition of Sniper Monkey, Ninja Monkey, and change of Simple Monkey Beacon to Monkey Village.
- Camo Bloons come out in different kinds of bloons now, and stay camo until all layers of the bloon are popped or Signal Flare is used.
- [[Regrowth bloons added.
- Daily Challenges added.
- Special Missions added.
- Special Agents added.
- Monkey Money added.
- Special Abilities added.
- Uses NK Coins.
- Awesome points
News and UpdatesEdit
On Nov 29, 2011, along with the release of the mini-game called: Who Wants To Be A Bloonionaire, the trailer for BTD5 was released.
On Dec 1, 2011, a teaser site for Bloons TD 5 was released, with lots of new information and images, among many other things.
On Dec 5, 2011 a video of the first 20 levels gameplay was put up on the NK blog, which can be viewed on this page.
On Dec 13, 2011, the game was released for all Ninja Kiwi accounts.
On Dec 15, 2011, the game was released to everybody. http://ninjakiwi.com/.../Bloons-Tower-Defense-5.html
On Feb 24, 2012, an update was added, allowing Double XP for a limited time. Earn double rank XP and tower XP until Feb 26, 2012.
On Mar 22, 2012, all Premiums went on sale for 30% off (in store AND in cash) until Mar 25, 2012, also big balance changes were released, (full patch notes on http://ninjakiwi.com/Forum/...#post70651).
On Mar 29, 2012, a new special agent called the Tribal Turtle was released. It could be placed on land or in water!, New art work was added so if you upgrade a tower, it will show a different portrait every upgrade above the target priority, and the music was changed to a higher pitch.
On Apr 12, 2012, more special missions were added: Covert Pops, full of camo and just a life to survive on hard, and Protect Monkey Town, with your Monkey Town under attack and you have to protect it on medium! Also, Round 65 became harder as 2 B.F.B.s were added to it.
On Apr 19, 2012, Special Agent Pros were added to the game. These are permanent upgrades for Special Agents after being placed down a certain number of times. The times required are different for each Special Agent.
On Apr 23, 2012, "Replay tracks for Monkey Money" update released, replay tracks you have already finished on Easy, Medium, Hard and you will earn 20% of original reward. Also, if the player clicks on the signboard in the lower-left corner of the main screen, then a detailed information about news will appear.
On Apr 26, 2012, a special double-Monkey Money weekend was added as an update. Now, all games, Daily Challenges/rewards, Special Missions, Treasure Chest, even Premium purchases will yield double the original amount of Monkey Money! Also, more Monkey Money Premium purchase options were added, with Huge Pile O' Monkey Money and Mountain O' Monkey Money.
On May 2, 2012, The Daily Challenge Vault is now open, allowing all previously missed or played Daily Challenges to be played, or again. But the catch is that you only get a fraction of the reward than the reward was placed on its very first day (around 40%).
On May 17, 2012, 2 new agents were released: The Pontoon and Portable Lake! These new "terrain agents" allow water-exclusive towers to be placed on the Lakes and land-exclusive towers on the Pontoon. In addition, the March Daily Challenge Vault was opened, and the "Otherworldly" achievement was removed from the game, as it was thought to be nearly impossible for a player to achieve
On May 24, 2012, the Wizard Lord special mission was added. This powerful new mission grants a free, exclusive tower called the Wizard Lord, upgraded 4/4 with Monkey Apprentice upgrades. However, it absorbs the most expensive tower on the field every other round and Super Monkey Storms are disabled in-game.
On May 31, 2012, Double Experience Points (both rank XP and tower XP) until Jun 3
On Jun 7, 2012, "Summer Bonus" update was released, double Experience Points (both rank XP and tower XP) and double Monkey Money until Jun 10. Also, new brighter colors was added to the main menu screen.
On Jun 14, 2012, Specialty Buildings were added to the game, introducing Dart Training Facility, Tack Research Center, Boomererang Dojo, Bombing Range and Mage Spire buildings, the main menu screen was also changed
A long and grassy track. This track has tunnels that bloons can go through. Towers cannot attack bloons in the tunnels. There is no water on this track. Also, in this track, you can sacrifice lives to get money. Of course, you can use road spikes to pop bloons that get through your defenses, but it's not worth it. Yes it is if you would like to continue in free play mode .
A long and curvy track. There is water in the form of a stream in this track. Tack Shooters are good where the track has U-Turns. A nice area in the center of the track is good for a few Monkey Buccanners.
A track in a wheat field that look like crop circles. The track splits in two and bloons go in a loop in some parts. No water in this track.
A track in which bloons cross through two rivers which converge into one. There is a bit of water at the edge of the river.
A track shaped like a radioactive symbol. These tracks are extremely short, making this track very difficult. Also, you cannot save your round progress on this track, and it costs 50 Monkey Money to attempt the track. The rewards are (bottom)
- Easy: 100 Awesome Points and 250,000 XP
- Medium: 250 Awesome Points and 500,000 XP
- Hard: 500 Awesome Points and 1,000,000 XP
(Unlocked at Rank 60)
This track is based on an icy rink. The shape of the track is similar to a Mac's command key. There is water in this track as a hole in the ice which can fit up to 3 Monkey Buccaneers. Penguins can be seen sliding across the track. This is the easiest track, since bloons come near the middle 4 times. It's best to put a good tower in the middle, such as a super monkey.
A track based on a volcano (specifically, the setting for the final stage of Bloons 2). Bloons spiral in the center and go out to 4 different paths. You place your towers on the side of the volcano. No water here.
A pipe like track that branches in two. In the center there is a switch that rotates every few rounds, opening and closing paths. No water.
A track on a clock. Depending on where the clock hands point, that is where the bloons go. The clock looks like Big Ben. No water on this track. (Unlocked at Rank 28)
A track that is on the top of a castle. The bloons come out of two different paths, and meet at the end. The water here is in the form of a moat. (Unlocked at Rank 34)
A track that is on an intersection of a street. The Bloons come from the top and right and go straight across. There is a little spot of water in the corner, which has duckies in it. NO SAVES. Rewards:
- Easy: 50 Awesome Points and 100,000 XP
- Medium: 125 Awesome Points and 250,000 XP
- Hard: 250 Awesome Points and 500,000 XP
(Unlocked at Rank 50)
A track that resembles a lightning bolt. Bloons come from the top and split into 2 paths. There is no water.
- This is the first Bloons TD game in which you have to unlock the upgrades for each tower.
- You have to reach a certain rank to unlock the expert and extreme tracks.
- Since the new tribal turtle agent was added, the music has gotten faster-paced and new pictures appear for upgraded towers.
- The sounds heard for upgrading towers and popping bloons are sounds from Bloons 2.
- Unlike BTD4, you need to collect the bananas from the banana farms.
- It takes 200,000 XP to get to rank 44.
- A green floppy disk symbol (File:Disk-green.png) in the upper-right corner means, that your internet connection is fine, while a red one (File:Disk-red.png) means, that your game has not synchronized with the Ninja Kiwi server, and you can lose all your future progress, until it changes back to the green color again.
- The difficulty of each track, is how challenging the track is to beat, but the three difficulties for each track (Easy, Medium, and Hard) only change the price of everything, how many rounds you have to pass, how many lives you have, and how fast the bloons move.
- This game has the 3º online animation style in Bloons series, the first is the animation used in Bloons and in the first 5 BTD games, and the second is the animation used in Bloons 2 and Bloons Blast.
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