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A quick guide to getting as much gold as you want in the TD game Toy Defender.

How to get Infinite Gold in Toy Defender

A quick guide to getting as much gold as you want in the TD game Toy Defender.
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Every game tends to have a weak point in how the player gets gold in-game. With some games (especially free-to-play), it can be really hard to get the currency you need to progress. This is to encourage (force) players to buy gold. Other games might not be so diligent with the in-game economy. With tower defense games like Evil Defenders, just playing the beginning level over and over can give you enough gold for the rest of the game.

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With this guide I am going to show you one way to gamify making gold in Toy Defender without needing to hack your phone.

In Toy Defender, level 4.1 gives you the best gold to time reward ratio. In it, you are given one of the best towers in-game for free, meaning you don’t need to spend as much later on to get the best tower setup.

So starting from the beginners wave, you need to create three towers as shown above. The first on the corner is the bomb tower, which costs 150 gold. After that, you should build two defenders towers, which cost 100 gold each.

That leaves you with 50 gold, which will quickly end up being 150 gold before the end of the first wave. From there, build another bomb tower in bottom middle spot. This allows you to throw toy bombs at the incoming waves and also allows your toy defenders to group them up.

After waiting a bit, you would be able to build 2 more bomb towers, and three more defender barracks on the top right side. When you have those set up, you should upgrade the bomb towers you first built. The first upgrade is going to cost 400 gold, then 800 gold. The final upgrade will cost 1500 gold, but you should have enough for that towards the middle of the match.

I built a guardian tower for 250 gold in the last remaining spot to the right, which serves as protection in case any enemies manage to slip past the rest of the defenses. Seeing how it is halfway through the levels, I’m upgrading the bomb towers to the second evolution.

Don’t worry about leveling up the barracks, since all they are there for is to group up the enemy.

The bomb towers have two upgrade paths. You have the machine gun, which is a single target cannon shot with minimal splash damage. Then you have the second upgrade, which is a large splash damage type tower. If you build two of those, that is enough to handle the rest of the waves. Which means you can just put down the phone until the results screen pops up.

You can hit retry and just repeat the same level over and over. Personally I found that this setup works best, given that the level has no flying units whatsoever. So if you are a gamer on a budget, try this trick with the tower defense game Toy Defender. At least to get the gold you need to buy everything you want.

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