Toy Defender is an odd new Tower Defense game from Manastone. You might be thinking, “What’s so strange about it?” and that’s a valid questions so I’ll tell you. This Tower Defense game involves an innocent baby, demons, and toys which has definitely got to be the first time a Tower Defense game (or possibly any game) has combined those three things together.
I’ll go ahead and tell you that the English translation in Toy Defender is rough to put it nicely, but here are a few key points I picked out from the game. There is a bunch of baby kidnapping demons running amok, and you play a toy that’s convinced other toys to band together and fight back. The levels are broken down in to areas & stages; there seems to be six different areas with six levels each and they vary wildly from Dreams, and Sea to a Library. The gameplay behind Toy Defender sticks to the tried and true TD formula of build, destroy, upgrade… next wave. A few other things to note are a “Monster Dictionary,” 100 mastery upgrades, 25 achievements, skills, and more monsters than you can shake a stick at.
Toy Defender seems to be a solid Tower Defense game, but you’re going to do a lot of shaking your head and giggling at how the game is laid out along with its goofy translation. The game definitely has a lot going on, but you’ll have to figure it out which is actually kind of fun in itself. There are a few permissions I don’t care for, but they seem to include them in all their games and I haven’t heard anyone cry foul yet so it should be ok. If you want to give it a shot you can pick up Manastone’s Toy Defender on Google Play for free.