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Pokemon Tower Defense Hacked Game

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Pokémon Tower Defense Hacked – Original Pokémon Tower Defense action with some devilish, progress-boosting adjustments

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I remember back in the day when there were only 151 magnificent Pokémon to capture and battle; oh those were the days, weren’t they? Before all of the additions and Pokémon designs that bordered on the embarrassing, there were magnificent, meaningful, and well-thought-out Pokémon that simply worked. The starters were brilliant, the legendaries were frankly immense, and no Pokémon since Mew or Mewtoe have ever even come close to the intricate back-story and sheer weight that the pre-generation II Pokémon carried. Developer Sam Otero was clearly aware of the greatness of the glory days of Pokémon when he made Pokémon Tower Defense, one of the most successful and popular tower defense titles ever to exist. All that training and levelling up is a bit of a chore though, isn’t it, particularly if you’re new to the whole Pokémon lark and want to own fearsome Pokémon sooner rather than later. Hacks to the rescue, my friends. Hacks to the rescue.

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An Intensive Game

Pokémon Tower Defense, in contrast to its successor, Pokémon Tower Defense 2, is a fixed-progression format of tower defense where instead of being able to roam around freely, you play through particular, predetermined battles with your Pokémon. You still level up and learn various moves as in the sequel, though, and the hacked version of PTD is just as magnificent as the unhacked one. Pokémon will level up in the same way as their Nintendo counterparts, getting stronger and learning new moves, evolving, and generally just getting more awesome as you battle. You can engage in all of the activities in this game as you would the one with no hacks whatsoever, even trading (though you can only trade between hacked accounts and not to unhacked ones, which would be a tad unfair on those playing the game the proper, non-lazy way. It’s all very well and good training up your Pokémon, but due to the slow accumulation of small quantities of experience points per battle, it takes a very long time. This isn’t the case with Pokémon Tower Defense Hacked, however.

Advantage: Hacks

So why choose the hacked version? Well, when it comes down to it, everything is just easier. You get more experience points from each battle so that your Pokémon levels up much more quickly than in the original version. You can also capture each of the Pokémon after one hit, as opposed to having to wear their health points down slowly until you can capture them properly. All purchases made in the game also add money, so your acquisition of potions and various stones results in your becoming more wealthy so that you never run out of money and can afford any items that you wish to purchase in order to benefit your Pokémon training efforts.

A Quick Fix

Many players of the non-hacked version will look down upon Pokémon Tower Defense Hacked with judging eyes since it is essentially a shortcut to the progress that takes a huge amount of time to achieve in the regular game. It is a fantastic game for new players, though, and will let fans of Pokémon that are short on time enjoy the spoils of a successful Pokémon trainer career without taking all that time and/or effort needed for developing your Pokémon. I’m all for the hacks, and I’ll recommend Pokémon Tower Defense 2 Hacked to those wishing for a similar easiness of progress in the sequel.

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