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Pokémon Tower Defense 2 Hacked – All the tower-defense action with none of the fuss

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Pokémon Tower Defense was a breakthrough hit for Sam and Dan games that propelled their unique blend of Pokémon and Tower Defense to internet fame and worldwide success. Its appeal to fans of the long running series as well as tower defense enthusiasts is no surprise, and neither was the release of Pokémon Tower Defense 2. The second title improved on the first and now has more fans than ever, but you cannot escape the fact that the game requires quite a bit of time to be invested in it in order to make progress. The nature of training Pokémon makes it difficult for you to reach a good standing in the game without dedicating time to level up your Pokémon. Thankfully, Pokémon Tower Defense 2 hacked provides you with more experience points and other time-saving work-arounds so that you can enjoy the rewards of the game more quickly without having to endlessly grind levels.

Gameplay

The hacked version of Pokémon Tower Defense 2 is identical to the original. The game still requires that you capture and train Pokémon to use in battles against others. The Pokémon act as your towers, and most often you are defending the Pokémon themselves from harm, but occasionally, there are mini-challenges like saving rare candies and other items from being stolen by wild Pokémon. The battle scenarios are also identical to the original, with the use of the many battle zones in which you place your Pokémon in the best positions to attack enemies. The only difference in the battles in Pokémon Tower Defense 2 Hacked is that more experience points are awarded for each kill. This results in your Pokémon being able to level up more rapidly and therefore become stronger without having to spend hours training them up with un-hacked experience point levels.

Other advantages that you have over the un-hacked game is the receiving of more money per kill, and perhaps more usually, being able to capture Pokémon after just one hit instead of having to wear its health down to the red zone like in the original version.

Pokémon Through and Through

Devotees of the Pokémon franchise will appreciate the game’s loyalty to the original Pokémon games in every way. The number of Pokémon available is generous, and their levelling up, move sets, evolution levels, and type-specific strengths/weaknesses are all included in the game. You can even breed Pokémon and trade them with other players. Even the graphics and music are identical to the earlier Nintendo GameBoy games: just listen out for the 8-bit soundtrack and the stylised low-resolution graphics. Pokémon Tower Defense 2 Hacked plays identically to the original, but it just makes things a little easier for people that are unwilling to invest large amounts of time into training up their Pokémon.