Small soldiers. Big TD battles.
Fast-paced Tower Defense Warfare!

Playtime’s over, soldier! It’s time for some real fast-paced tower defense action. Lucky for you, Toy Defense 2 has you covered. Forget about castles and clans — jump into epic combat, take command of powerful vehicles, hone your strategic skills and become the ultimate commander.

Think you’re tough enough? Then sharpen your tactics and tackle dynamic PvP battles from across the globe. Still looking for a bigger challenge? Take the next step and compete in tournaments to rise through the ranks to the top of the ratings.

They may be toy soldiers, but this no place for toying around! It’s up to you build an unstoppable army, take on unforgettably awesome battles, conquer your enemies and seize victory!


• Three game modes: PvE missions, tournaments and PvP battles
• 290 action-packed missions
• Famous campaigns like the Battle of Iwo Jima and Operation Overlord
• Vehicles from Great Britain, the U.S.A., the USSR and Germany
• Tournaments with rating system
• Stunning graphics
• Units upgradable by adding commanders
• Several nations’ armies available to use during a battle

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What’s New

Version 2.23

24 missions added in Free France mode

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
3.2K Ratings

3.2K Ratings

zum B. ,

Better Tower Defense game

It’s better than other Tower Defense games. It’s a fun look without being cartoonish the level-up skills are reasonably priced and awarded by experience. I haven’t had to spend real money on it yet to stay interested.
It still has its share of frustrations when a random wave of attackers is suddenly invincible under artillery fire or moves at 3x the speed of previous units.
I think the limited positions to locate your trips is a good means of skill testing and prevents the madness of unlimited decisions.
Main complaint is that the super powers on the right side get accidentally selected too often. I hit the healing power when I’m trying to pause or fast forward, and will snag the home defense bombs when I try to pinch-zoom.

DJ_Dante ,


Once you get rolling with experienced officers and some practice it’s addictive and fun. I took one star away because of three things: 1) I can’t seem to find a guide which would help explain some terms used to help figure out strategies. 2) Once the officers max out at 10 you stop getting skill points to upgrade them. 3) The scenarios aren’t labeled by which nation’a troops are available, except for France. A little frustrating getting slaughtered and not realizing why when I went to the second scenario. Still, haven’t been able to put the game down for days!

UPDATE: Had to drop my review a star. This game doesn’t seem like it was play tested well. I’ve maxed the majority of the officers skills and still run into levels that aren’t beatable. Even the ones that say I am over the required skill levels to beat. When an officer’s unit has max HP it shouldn’t be able to be killed in one shot, scrubbing the soecial ops mission. Still a fun free game... until you hit a point where you have to wait a week or more for daily freebies to upgrade to a point where you can beat a mission. Wish they’d add more campaign missions too. I’m 95% toward completion so all I can do is play tournament missions and wait 48 hours for a minimum award of 400 stars. Then do that for a few weeks before I can afford an upgrade.

FleshyHeadedMonkey ,

Good game -- I haven't had to pay

I was pleasantly surprised that this isn't just another "me too" tower defense game. It's got some unique elements that I find truly enjoyable, and requires some tactical decisions like choosing ground vs air defense and figuring out which upgrades are worth your hard-earned cash. About that cash... I agree the later/mid rounds have some ridiculously resilient enemy soldiers or floods of impossible-to-kill aircraft that make things a little frustrating, but I just move on and play a different scenario, earn more cash and come back to it. I have not spent a penny on this game and I'm nowhere near stymied yet. As for the unique features, I particularly like the commanders that you level up and can bring with you regardless of the faction you're currently playing. This allows me to max out Russian gear, assign commanders to them, and use that powerful gear in a British or USA scenario. I recommend you try this game if you like the genre. It's free to try, after all.

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