I don’t know if it’s going to come as a surprise to readers that I’m back to some Bloons Tower Defense guides, but baby I’m back!
I took a pretty long hiatus from the game, especially because I’ve been playing loads of new games on Twitch that have been sucking up my time, but does it ever feel great to be back at this great game.
Tower Defense games can be challenging, especially if you’re just starting out. That’s why I want to share some tips to help you beat those tough levels. Having covered many topics related to the game, I believe these strategies will be helpful in improving your gameplay and increasing your chances of success. So, let’s get started and tackle those tricky levels together!Please let me know if you have any requests for future topics. I’m happy to help!
While Military Monkey rounds tend to be an easier feat when it comes to playing Bloons Tower Defense 6, I can understand how long maps like this can be especially daunting for a new player who doesn’t tend to place more expensive Towers.
At the beginning of my BTD6 experience, I didn’t value Military Monkeys as they seemed expensive for what they did. However, I soon realized my mistake as they have a lot of power.
BEST HEROES FOR MIDDLE OF THE ROAD MILITARY ONLY
ORDER THAT TO PLACE TOWERS IN MIDDLE OF THE ROAD MILITARY ONLY
Place Quincy near the beginning of the map, so he has the most range. As Bloons are going to be coming in and out of this area you will be able to get them from both ends with his rapid hits.
Players do not need to use Quincy and can use a different Hero depending on which one they enjoy the most. I personally am using Quincy as he is the hero every player should have.
If you’re ever nervous about Bloons leaking, make sure you use one of Quincy’s skills to prevent it from happening.
Place a Sniper Monkey near the middle of the track. As there are no areas a player can place a Sniper from above, you will want to find an area with the most visibility. If you find a better spot, let me know!
Your goal for the Sniper Monkey is to bring it to 4/2/0.
I recommend this method as it will ensure that you have a bit of spray with your attacks, but is mostly focused on destroying big MOABs when they pop up.
Your Sniper Monkey is going to be your main defence against MOABS
Place a Monkey Sub into the pool as close to the top edge as you can.
Your goal is to bring the Monkey Sub to 2/0/4 to get the most speed out of popping smaller Bloons. As we’re not on a Hard Difficulty map, we won’t really be needing missiles.
Next place a Heli Pilot, so you can passively play and not focus on the game. Honestly, this is pretty much all you need to successfully complete the map, however, what’s the point of wasting all of your hard-earned cash. Am I right?
Your goal for the Heli Pilot is to bring it to 3/2/0 as this will make it, so you don’t really have to do anything at the same time as popping all the Bloons.
Admittedly, by the time I placed the Mortar Monkey I was bored and just placed it because I had nothing better to do. I placed the Mortar Monkey near the beginning of the track so that the Monkey Sub has more visibility. Your goal is to ensure that the Monkey Sub gets as much visibility as it can get so it can clear up any straggler Bloons.
That being said, I would recommend that you upgrade your Mortar Monkey to 4/2/0, so it stops any Bloons that are at the entrance of the map, essentially buying you some time.
Realistically, you won’t need this but it’s always nice to have just in case.
That’s honestly the final step of this, though realistically a player is most likely able to stop at the Heli Pilot due to how powerful it is in a game mode this easy.