Toy Rush Cheats And Tips
There's always a good time to play with your toys.
Toy Rush is the latest game from Uber Entertainment, the developer behind the Monday Night Combat games. This tower defense effort, where you build decks of cards to help defend your base while invading others, is a great way to play with toys, no matter what your age.
It can be a little overwhelming if you're just getting into tower defense for the first time. Thankfully, we've got some tips that will have you cleaning up the toy box in no time!
How do I play Toy Rush?
You take cards from your deck and drag them to the position where you want them to be on the battlefield. Placement is rather easy, and you'll see your toys moving in action right after placing them.
For good measure, you'll also have a few defensive techniques you can use. Weapons like jacks and bubble gum traps can slow enemies down, and you can even pair some toys together to double their effect - and even level them up with super rare additions.
You'll start off on the offensive front, getting the hang of the battle tactics that the game has to offer. Heed these tips well and learn how to find the right place for your toys when it comes to shutting down key defenses. After that, it'll flip over to defense, where you can turn on construction mode and set up killer weapons to fight back against incoming toys, like traps and turrets.
How do I build my base in Toy Rush?
Building is easy. First, you'll want to set up the perimeter of your base in construction mode, where you can align your finger and pave the road in any direction on the map. From there, you can set buildings and even assign additional monkey workers to speed up their progress, though that's completely optional.
It's here where you'll want to make sure to invest in new card packs, which we'll get to below. The more goods you have in your arsenal, the better you'll be able to defend your base from incoming parties. In addition, be sure to take advantage of construction mode. Enemies can't attack you in this mode, and it'll give you the necessary time needed to make sure your base is up to snuff.
How do I manage my card pack in Toy Rush?
You'll earn various cards and bottle caps (the game's currency) after each completed battle, but it never hurts to have a few extra on hand for attack. Stop by the shop and purchase the Common Attack Pack for 75 tickets. This'll give you access to various cards and abilities. From there, new packs will open up once you reach levels four and 10, with more powerful and rarer cards to choose from.
Don't forget to invest in Upgrades, Hazards and Towers as well. These will help fortify your base with a number of goods, including Bubble Gum and turrets. The packs vary in price, from 400 to 1200 bottle caps, with the higher end ones worth the most, with various themes, trinkets and super toys to help you out in battle.
You'll earn quite a bit of tickets and bottle caps after each fight, but if you want to buy the premium stuff right away, you may need to use some real money.
How do I unlock Achievements in Toy Rush?
You can check your Achievements any time by clicking your helpful monkey friend in the top left corner of the screen. You'll see how much progress you're making on each one (like earning tickets and playing different toy cards), and once you complete them, you'll earn a few extra bottle caps for good measure. Make sure you keep tabs on these, as it'll save you some cash in the long run.
How do I earn tickets in Toy Rush?
Along with earning a few extra during certain battles, you'll want to keep an eye out for your Ticket Bot, who is positioned nearby your base. Empty this out consistently and you'll earn a few extra tickets for good measure, which you can use for seeking battles with new opponents that aren't on the Battle page.
How do I purchase shields in Toy Rush?
Shields provide temporary cover for your base when invaders are coming, so it never hurts to buy some if you're overwhelmed. Simply click on the shield icon in the top right corner of the screen and choose how much side protection you need, ranging from one to seven days. They'll cost you a few bottle caps (100 to 250, depending on how many you buy), but they're worth it.
How do I enter battles in Toy Rush?
Click on the Battle icon on the right side of the screen and you'll see available opponents. For good measure, you can also seek additional opponents online for 25 tickets a pop, and it's a great way to get social with friends that happen to be playing the game as well.
Do I need to pay for anything in Toy Rush?
The game is free-to-play. However, you'll want to make sure you have a steady upkeep of battle cards and defensive tools. If the in-game currency isn't enough, you can buy bottle caps for anywhere from $1.99 to $99.99, depending how many you need. If you're patient, though, you can amass a worthy toy army without dropping a dime.
Download Toy Rush: iPhone and iPad