COBRA (Covert Ops Battles Response Agent) is a tower featured in Bloons TD Battles Mobile and Steam versions. It was added in the update on August 18, 2014. The tower costs 5000, tallying the most medallions to get an item in BTD Battles, however it can be bought for USD $4.99 or equivalent still more than all the other towers, for USD $3.99. Winning battles in Battle Arena is recommended if you want this tower.
Battle Energy is a new addition in Bloons Tower Defense Battles. . The player can also spend 2 to use the Spy Ability to see what towers are, or, by spending 01, you can either roll a random tower, which will allow you to use towers you have not unlocked, or use a 5th tower. Every 12 minutes, 1 is replenished, even when the game is closed.
Medallions are used in Bloons TD Battles for buying towers and upgrades, similar to Monkey Money in Bloons TD 5. The player earns 5 if they win, but only 2 if they lose, and if they surrender within the first 7 rounds. Medallions can be spent on towers and their final upgrades, Bloon Decals or the Zesty Max Energy Boost premium upgrade.
Ice Tower is a tower that appeared in all BTD series. It is a monkey in BTD5, where it is called an Ice Monkey. It attacks by freezing the bloons for roughly half a second at first. It is called Ice Ball in BTD2 and BTD3.
When you start the match you are given residual income. Unlike other Bloons TD games, you don’t get money for every balloon pop. Instead, you are given a $250 income that you receive about every 6 seconds excluding lag.
The only way to build up your income is to send enemy balloons to your opponent. Each balloon group increases your residual income by a certain amount of money. Typically, you want to be sending enough balloons every round so that you’regrowing your income by at least $20. Of course you can do more with any leftover dollars you have. I personally try to shoot for $30 every round.
For this guide I will be focusing on tactics for winning Assault mode. I personally find Assault mode to be the funner mode in Bloons TD Battles. No offense to Defend mode lovers, but the income growth in that mode makes me want to cry, and balloons are immensely harder to pop due to the lack of income.
If I wanted to play Defend mode, I would instead play Bloons TD 5. At least then I wouldn’t have to deal with slow income or player lag.
Unlike other Bloons games, your opponent in BTD Battles is a human capable of changing his or her strategy to counter yours. As a result, it is pointless to remove a strategy from this page because you used it and lost. That’s a bit like trying to get an association football (known to Americans as soccer) website taken off the Internet because it suggested shooting from the left and the team you played against’s goalkeeper was best against defending shots from the left.