Kingdom Rush- Tower Defense TD

Kingdom Rush- Tower Defense TD

Ironhide Games

Guard the kingdom & castle in tower-defense strategy battle offline royale game!

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  • img Community
    History lessons and online courses are great but, for some kids, a game will be a much better way of learning something. This app may not be 100% historically accurate but it definitely can give you the idea of what things were like c.1300. Not to mention how fun it is.
    img by Stefan
    1 year ago
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    1. An addictive, well-polished gameplay! Upgrade your towers with 18 special abilities & vaporize enemies or simply polymorph them into cute bunnies
    2. Explore the in-game encyclopedia containing hilarious tower, unit & enemy descriptions
    3. Doesn't get boring! Progressive difficulty mixed with an engaging story makes sure the game never feels repetitive
  • The Best TD Series On Mobile! Jun 2, 2018

    By PurelyPlatonic
    Kingdom Rush is one of the most impressive games I have ever played. It combines the best aspects of various genres to create an amazing experience all around - the depth of character and fantastic story of traditional RPGs, the side-scrolling action of classic adventure games, and the tactical depth of long-lived RTS titles all wrapped up in a neatly packaged tower defense game that will keep you entertained for hours. The vast cast of characters you have at your disposal will keep you engaged throughout each different level. Different classes of heroes allow you to refine whatever style of gameplay you want, and the leveling system rewards you for investing time into these useful allies. Optional levels of difficulty provide a great sense of progression and replayability, and the entire game provides a rewarding experience for gamers of all kinds. In a world filled with pay-to-win games and ad-ridden time sinks, Kingdom Rush stands out as a stellar example of proper gaming enjoyment. Highly worth the initial investment of a few dollars, you have the choice to enjoy extra power-ups for the price of some of your time watching ads. Or you can invest in a powerful new hero to use on the battlefield - but no matter your choice, rest assured that Kingdom Rush will never force you to do so. The game is playable, and completion is perfectly achievable without spending an extra penny or watching a single ad.
  • Apr 30, 2022

    By Barry Ecker
    A thoroughly enjoyable Tower defense game, they are pay to win mechanics but it is not required, and best of all no intrusive ads. You have to click a button to play an ad to get some in-game currency, but I've never been interrupted while playing the game with one, which is honestly the best way to have ads in a game I would say. Gameplay is fun and varied enough for the type of game it is.
  • Great,but a few things need to be tweaked Dec 17, 2020

    By Brandon1637592
    The game is peer good, the towers and the enmities have a good design and concept. Also the gameplay is smooth, no bugs, but here are some bugs that need to be changed -There need to be more rounds for some levels/the escalation doesn’t fit the round (like the ex levels after you finish the campaign need to be a little, A LITTLE! easier or there needs to be more rounds) -All of the ex levels recommend 50 stars for them, even though the max amount of stars you can get in the campaign is 36 (note you can still play them) -Some upgrades don’t seem worth the amount of gold it’s worth(like the ranger and sorcerer upgrades) -There should be a way to unlock some hero’s, not all of them but at least 3 of the premium ones, maybe after every level you get something that you can place into one premium hero of your choosing and after like 30 of those you unlock the hero (normal levels are worth 1 of these while ex levels are worth 2) -The endless mode is to hard in the beginning, maybe tone it down for a little bit -Just a nitpick of mine, but can I request a sandbox mode where you can test out strategies and towers, you don’t lost health, you have infinite gold, and you can spawn in enemies of your choosing -The encyclopedia for the enemies don’t show there weaknesses or strengths This is all, thank you for reading and possible considering my points.
  • Jan 22, 2022

    By FJ
    Played this game multiple times before, both app and PC version (slightly prefer the latter). Literally just downloaded again to leave this review. This is the absolute king of tower defense games. By a huge margin. Not even close. You're never gonna look at other games of this genre the same. Everything from concept to visual design to sound is just excellent. I actually really enjoy the more playful, innocent optics. This game has character! Whoever came up with this is an absolute genius
  • A literal masterpiece. Mar 22, 2019

    By Spacepyrate
    Kingdom rush was my first game when I had an IPhone 5s, about 6 years ago. I used to play Balloon Tower Defense 3 at school on the class computers, and when I found a similar tower defense game on the phone, I was hooked. I’ve played all of the Kingdom Rush Games, as well as Iron Marines, and I think the 5 dollars for this game is so worth it. Some levels are difficult, but not to the point of pay-to-play. I love this game series because Ironhide, unlike most game developers, really cares about its community and not the profit it makes. Honestly I’m shocked that this game series hasnt received as much attention as it deserves. But recently I feel like KR Vengeance, as cool as it is to play as the baddies and see the penultimate return of Lord Vez’nan himself, feels off. The devs are starting to go to the “pay to play” end of the spectrum, and when you have to pay for towers as well, it just seems unlike Ironhide. TLDR; never change, Ironhide. Your games are freaking amazing. :D
  • Jan 21, 2022

    By Michael Parker
    I really like tower defense games and this one is ok. It's not as immediately addicting to me as Tactical Defense was and I'm not entirely sure why. I like that thus far ads have not been a problem. The graphics are nice and the game play is decent but for some reason I feel that it's lacking something that I can't put my finger on to hook me. One suggestion would be to allow pausing of the game without a menu blocking view of the map so visual planning can occur without interference.
  • The Greatest Tower Defense Series Out There Nov 15, 2021

    By Racc1738
    I first experienced the original Kingdom Rush game on the Ironhide Games website several years ago. I fondly remember the hours spent placing reinforcements, sending meteor strikes, and raging when my defenses finally fell. My classmates and I would compare our progress, racing to see who was the best at the game. Although it probably wasn’t wise of us to play during class, I am grateful for the experiences this game has brought me. The Kingdom Rush series is the greatest tower defense series on the App Store, and debatably, the best online too. It’s sequel, Kingdom Rush Frontiers, improves upon what makes this game so amazing, memorable, and loved. Thank you Ironhide, thank you for the wonderful gaming experience that is unlike any others. I will be purchasing Origins and Vengeance soon, I know I’ll love it. I highly recommend this game to anyone who enjoys fun, simple, and yet strategically challenging TDs. 6/5 stars.
  • The Best TD Series On Mobile! Jun 2, 2018

    By PurelyPlatonic
    Kingdom Rush is one of the most impressive games I have ever played. It combines the best aspects of various genres to create an amazing experience all around - the depth of character and fantastic story of traditional RPGs, the side-scrolling action of classic adventure games, and the tactical depth of long-lived RTS titles all wrapped up in a neatly packaged tower defense game that will keep you entertained for hours. The vast cast of characters you have at your disposal will keep you engaged throughout each different level. Different classes of heroes allow you to refine whatever style of gameplay you want, and the leveling system rewards you for investing time into these useful allies. Optional levels of difficulty provide a great sense of progression and replayability, and the entire game provides a rewarding experience for gamers of all kinds. In a world filled with pay-to-win games and ad-ridden time sinks, Kingdom Rush stands out as a stellar example of proper gaming enjoyment. Highly worth the initial investment of a few dollars, you have the choice to enjoy extra power-ups for the price of some of your time watching ads. Or you can invest in a powerful new hero to use on the battlefield - but no matter your choice, rest assured that Kingdom Rush will never force you to do so. The game is playable, and completion is perfectly achievable without spending an extra penny or watching a single ad.
  • Apr 30, 2022

    By Barry Ecker
    A thoroughly enjoyable Tower defense game, they are pay to win mechanics but it is not required, and best of all no intrusive ads. You have to click a button to play an ad to get some in-game currency, but I've never been interrupted while playing the game with one, which is honestly the best way to have ads in a game I would say. Gameplay is fun and varied enough for the type of game it is.
  • Great,but a few things need to be tweaked Dec 17, 2020

    By Brandon1637592
    The game is peer good, the towers and the enmities have a good design and concept. Also the gameplay is smooth, no bugs, but here are some bugs that need to be changed -There need to be more rounds for some levels/the escalation doesn’t fit the round (like the ex levels after you finish the campaign need to be a little, A LITTLE! easier or there needs to be more rounds) -All of the ex levels recommend 50 stars for them, even though the max amount of stars you can get in the campaign is 36 (note you can still play them) -Some upgrades don’t seem worth the amount of gold it’s worth(like the ranger and sorcerer upgrades) -There should be a way to unlock some hero’s, not all of them but at least 3 of the premium ones, maybe after every level you get something that you can place into one premium hero of your choosing and after like 30 of those you unlock the hero (normal levels are worth 1 of these while ex levels are worth 2) -The endless mode is to hard in the beginning, maybe tone it down for a little bit -Just a nitpick of mine, but can I request a sandbox mode where you can test out strategies and towers, you don’t lost health, you have infinite gold, and you can spawn in enemies of your choosing -The encyclopedia for the enemies don’t show there weaknesses or strengths This is all, thank you for reading and possible considering my points.
  • Jan 22, 2022

    By FJ
    Played this game multiple times before, both app and PC version (slightly prefer the latter). Literally just downloaded again to leave this review. This is the absolute king of tower defense games. By a huge margin. Not even close. You're never gonna look at other games of this genre the same. Everything from concept to visual design to sound is just excellent. I actually really enjoy the more playful, innocent optics. This game has character! Whoever came up with this is an absolute genius
  • A literal masterpiece. Mar 22, 2019

    By Spacepyrate
    Kingdom rush was my first game when I had an IPhone 5s, about 6 years ago. I used to play Balloon Tower Defense 3 at school on the class computers, and when I found a similar tower defense game on the phone, I was hooked. I’ve played all of the Kingdom Rush Games, as well as Iron Marines, and I think the 5 dollars for this game is so worth it. Some levels are difficult, but not to the point of pay-to-play. I love this game series because Ironhide, unlike most game developers, really cares about its community and not the profit it makes. Honestly I’m shocked that this game series hasnt received as much attention as it deserves. But recently I feel like KR Vengeance, as cool as it is to play as the baddies and see the penultimate return of Lord Vez’nan himself, feels off. The devs are starting to go to the “pay to play” end of the spectrum, and when you have to pay for towers as well, it just seems unlike Ironhide. TLDR; never change, Ironhide. Your games are freaking amazing. :D
  • Jan 21, 2022

    By Michael Parker
    I really like tower defense games and this one is ok. It's not as immediately addicting to me as Tactical Defense was and I'm not entirely sure why. I like that thus far ads have not been a problem. The graphics are nice and the game play is decent but for some reason I feel that it's lacking something that I can't put my finger on to hook me. One suggestion would be to allow pausing of the game without a menu blocking view of the map so visual planning can occur without interference.
  • The Greatest Tower Defense Series Out There Nov 15, 2021

    By Racc1738
    I first experienced the original Kingdom Rush game on the Ironhide Games website several years ago. I fondly remember the hours spent placing reinforcements, sending meteor strikes, and raging when my defenses finally fell. My classmates and I would compare our progress, racing to see who was the best at the game. Although it probably wasn’t wise of us to play during class, I am grateful for the experiences this game has brought me. The Kingdom Rush series is the greatest tower defense series on the App Store, and debatably, the best online too. It’s sequel, Kingdom Rush Frontiers, improves upon what makes this game so amazing, memorable, and loved. Thank you Ironhide, thank you for the wonderful gaming experience that is unlike any others. I will be purchasing Origins and Vengeance soon, I know I’ll love it. I highly recommend this game to anyone who enjoys fun, simple, and yet strategically challenging TDs. 6/5 stars.
  • Jun 14, 2022

    By Christopher Green
    Overall a good game. I am noticing however, that in some instances as I am eliminating attackers from the map, I am not credited the points to upgrade my defenses. Those same enemies who don't provide value to my upgrades however count to my hp loss when they breach my defenses. I like the challenge. I just want to be aware of what enemies do not count to tech upgrades.
  • Best tower defense game ever Sep 26, 2021

    By Phil Swift is so powerful
    I remember when I first played KingdomRush it was a flash game that I played through armor games and it was instantly my favorite flash game ever and I played through the entire game at least six times before flash got discontinued and then I found it here on the App Store I think if you’re anybody that enjoys tower defense games it’s one of the best it has a unique art style and variety of towers my favorite being the archer tower that’s made of a tree I’d suggest this game if you’ve played balloons tower defense over the years they’ve come out with more and more sequels I think they have four at the time of writing this so I haven’t gotten the fourth one yet this game also has a lot of replayability as you probably noticed since I’ve played it six times through and now about two times through on my phone
  • Jun 24, 2022

    By Davontae carolina
    Definitely one of the better tower defense type games. Minimal adds, not a pay to win, it can get difficult keeping the excitement. 5 stars and a tip of the hat to the creator. I heard the upgraded versions is the same but I'd pay the money for the extra maps. So to speak.

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  • img Community
    History lessons and online courses are great but, for some kids, a game will be a much better way of learning something. This app may not be 100% historically accurate but it definitely can give you the idea of what things were like c.1300. Not to mention how fun it is.
    img by Stefan
    1 year ago
  • img Expert Best Strategy Games like Clash of Clans & Forge of Empires 2022

    Best Strategy Games like Clash of Clans & Forge of Empires 2022

    Just because it's 2021 doesn't mean you can't live out all your medieval fantasies. We tested all the top kingdom strategy games, and here are the best that we found.

  • img Expert
    1. An addictive, well-polished gameplay! Upgrade your towers with 18 special abilities & vaporize enemies or simply polymorph them into cute bunnies
    2. Explore the in-game encyclopedia containing hilarious tower, unit & enemy descriptions
    3. Doesn't get boring! Progressive difficulty mixed with an engaging story makes sure the game never feels repetitive
  • The Best TD Series On Mobile! Jun 2, 2018

    By PurelyPlatonic
    Kingdom Rush is one of the most impressive games I have ever played. It combines the best aspects of various genres to create an amazing experience all around - the depth of character and fantastic story of traditional RPGs, the side-scrolling action of classic adventure games, and the tactical depth of long-lived RTS titles all wrapped up in a neatly packaged tower defense game that will keep you entertained for hours. The vast cast of characters you have at your disposal will keep you engaged throughout each different level. Different classes of heroes allow you to refine whatever style of gameplay you want, and the leveling system rewards you for investing time into these useful allies. Optional levels of difficulty provide a great sense of progression and replayability, and the entire game provides a rewarding experience for gamers of all kinds. In a world filled with pay-to-win games and ad-ridden time sinks, Kingdom Rush stands out as a stellar example of proper gaming enjoyment. Highly worth the initial investment of a few dollars, you have the choice to enjoy extra power-ups for the price of some of your time watching ads. Or you can invest in a powerful new hero to use on the battlefield - but no matter your choice, rest assured that Kingdom Rush will never force you to do so. The game is playable, and completion is perfectly achievable without spending an extra penny or watching a single ad.
  • Apr 30, 2022

    By Barry Ecker
    A thoroughly enjoyable Tower defense game, they are pay to win mechanics but it is not required, and best of all no intrusive ads. You have to click a button to play an ad to get some in-game currency, but I've never been interrupted while playing the game with one, which is honestly the best way to have ads in a game I would say. Gameplay is fun and varied enough for the type of game it is.
  • Great,but a few things need to be tweaked Dec 17, 2020

    By Brandon1637592
    The game is peer good, the towers and the enmities have a good design and concept. Also the gameplay is smooth, no bugs, but here are some bugs that need to be changed -There need to be more rounds for some levels/the escalation doesn’t fit the round (like the ex levels after you finish the campaign need to be a little, A LITTLE! easier or there needs to be more rounds) -All of the ex levels recommend 50 stars for them, even though the max amount of stars you can get in the campaign is 36 (note you can still play them) -Some upgrades don’t seem worth the amount of gold it’s worth(like the ranger and sorcerer upgrades) -There should be a way to unlock some hero’s, not all of them but at least 3 of the premium ones, maybe after every level you get something that you can place into one premium hero of your choosing and after like 30 of those you unlock the hero (normal levels are worth 1 of these while ex levels are worth 2) -The endless mode is to hard in the beginning, maybe tone it down for a little bit -Just a nitpick of mine, but can I request a sandbox mode where you can test out strategies and towers, you don’t lost health, you have infinite gold, and you can spawn in enemies of your choosing -The encyclopedia for the enemies don’t show there weaknesses or strengths This is all, thank you for reading and possible considering my points.
  • Jan 22, 2022

    By FJ
    Played this game multiple times before, both app and PC version (slightly prefer the latter). Literally just downloaded again to leave this review. This is the absolute king of tower defense games. By a huge margin. Not even close. You're never gonna look at other games of this genre the same. Everything from concept to visual design to sound is just excellent. I actually really enjoy the more playful, innocent optics. This game has character! Whoever came up with this is an absolute genius
  • A literal masterpiece. Mar 22, 2019

    By Spacepyrate
    Kingdom rush was my first game when I had an IPhone 5s, about 6 years ago. I used to play Balloon Tower Defense 3 at school on the class computers, and when I found a similar tower defense game on the phone, I was hooked. I’ve played all of the Kingdom Rush Games, as well as Iron Marines, and I think the 5 dollars for this game is so worth it. Some levels are difficult, but not to the point of pay-to-play. I love this game series because Ironhide, unlike most game developers, really cares about its community and not the profit it makes. Honestly I’m shocked that this game series hasnt received as much attention as it deserves. But recently I feel like KR Vengeance, as cool as it is to play as the baddies and see the penultimate return of Lord Vez’nan himself, feels off. The devs are starting to go to the “pay to play” end of the spectrum, and when you have to pay for towers as well, it just seems unlike Ironhide. TLDR; never change, Ironhide. Your games are freaking amazing. :D
  • The Greatest Tower Defense Series Out There Nov 15, 2021

    By Racc1738
    I first experienced the original Kingdom Rush game on the Ironhide Games website several years ago. I fondly remember the hours spent placing reinforcements, sending meteor strikes, and raging when my defenses finally fell. My classmates and I would compare our progress, racing to see who was the best at the game. Although it probably wasn’t wise of us to play during class, I am grateful for the experiences this game has brought me. The Kingdom Rush series is the greatest tower defense series on the App Store, and debatably, the best online too. It’s sequel, Kingdom Rush Frontiers, improves upon what makes this game so amazing, memorable, and loved. Thank you Ironhide, thank you for the wonderful gaming experience that is unlike any others. I will be purchasing Origins and Vengeance soon, I know I’ll love it. I highly recommend this game to anyone who enjoys fun, simple, and yet strategically challenging TDs. 6/5 stars.
  • Best tower defense game ever Sep 26, 2021

    By Phil Swift is so powerful
    I remember when I first played KingdomRush it was a flash game that I played through armor games and it was instantly my favorite flash game ever and I played through the entire game at least six times before flash got discontinued and then I found it here on the App Store I think if you’re anybody that enjoys tower defense games it’s one of the best it has a unique art style and variety of towers my favorite being the archer tower that’s made of a tree I’d suggest this game if you’ve played balloons tower defense over the years they’ve come out with more and more sequels I think they have four at the time of writing this so I haven’t gotten the fourth one yet this game also has a lot of replayability as you probably noticed since I’ve played it six times through and now about two times through on my phone
  • Jun 24, 2022

    By Davontae carolina
    Definitely one of the better tower defense type games. Minimal adds, not a pay to win, it can get difficult keeping the excitement. 5 stars and a tip of the hat to the creator. I heard the upgraded versions is the same but I'd pay the money for the extra maps. So to speak.
  • Amazing game for free. Mar 24, 2021

    By Henry Backus
    This game has so much stuff you can do and is so long that it is amazing that it’s still free. Sure, some hero’s are locked behind paywalls, but even without buying anything it’s still entirely possible to beat the game while still having a ton of fun and not spending money. unlike other free games where it either becomes a nuisance to beat after a certain pint or is nearly impossible to beat without spending money, this game lets you do almost everything you want without having to spend money. An amazing game in general, especially for free. Would definitely recommend. Only thing that makes it annoying for some people is it is pretty difficult if you don’t have a strategy, but if you know what to do, this is the best free mobile tower defense you can find.
  • Apr 17, 2022

    By Esmerelda Wetherwax
    Loving this game. I just don't understand RPGs, it feels like I sit and watch things fight. If only if been allowed to play D&D as a kid. THIS is my kinda game. I build towers I strategize where to deploy specific troops and keep the enemy from breaching my defense. It is funny, has 3 levels (I'm easy) and as you try to upgrade and add more troops and towers, I can get totally absorbed into the game. I have a play pass IDK if that makes a difference, but no ads. Loving this.
  • Jan 21, 2022

    By Michael Parker
    I really like tower defense games and this one is ok. It's not as immediately addicting to me as Tactical Defense was and I'm not entirely sure why. I like that thus far ads have not been a problem. The graphics are nice and the game play is decent but for some reason I feel that it's lacking something that I can't put my finger on to hook me. One suggestion would be to allow pausing of the game without a menu blocking view of the map so visual planning can occur without interference.
  • Jun 14, 2022

    By Christopher Green
    Overall a good game. I am noticing however, that in some instances as I am eliminating attackers from the map, I am not credited the points to upgrade my defenses. Those same enemies who don't provide value to my upgrades however count to my hp loss when they breach my defenses. I like the challenge. I just want to be aware of what enemies do not count to tech upgrades.
  • May 29, 2022

    By Joshzzy
    Pro's: - No ads - Very fun to play - Can permanently upgrade attributes - Optional difficulty levels - Not pay to win - Upgrades actually feel rewarding Con's: - Gold is difficult to accumulate, making it hard to max level towers. - Endless mode starts you off with too little gold and too many enemies. - You can buy more gold at the start of a game using diamonds earned from playing (or buying with real money). This is the worst part of the game because some levels require more gold at start.
  • Jul 11, 2019

    By A Google user
    this game is really good. Just one gripe, whenever I play, the pause button is placed in such a way that even glancing it with a finger will trigger the menu. Combined with the fact that the two biggest buttons in the pause menu are "restart" and "quit," I get sent back to the battle menu much too often in the middle of a game. Please fix this, or at least add a "Do you really want to quit/restart?" before I get kicked out of a game I was doing really well on. Edit: Happened AGAIN!
  • May 5, 2021

    By Luke O
    Good game that is highly engaging and well designed, with enjoyable gameplay, slick graphics, and complete sound design. However, the problem is that there is just not enough of it. All of the campaigns can be beaten and all of the research tree unlocked in maybe 10 hours of gameplay. That for a game that is trying to sell additional unlockable features and characters is simply not enough content.
  • Feb 3, 2021

    By jessie Uchendu
    Loved the gameplay. The main game doesn't need crystals to beat, which is really great. When you start playing the side quest, then crystals come into play. However, you get crystals whether you win or lose a stage, or you can watch a 30 second ad. Or of course, pay for it. A few things I didn't like about the game was the constant tapping on my stations that were disabled by the enemy. Also it was, at times, difficult to deploy units to the bottom of the screen to stop enemies.
  • Great game, but sized all wrong on iPad? Feb 15, 2019

    By hGi3l42
    I’ve been playing Kingdom Rush for a long time, and always download it again with each new device. And it’s worked great all along... until now. The latest version on my 2018 iPad 9.7” acts like it’s only sized for iPhone, and the game play screen doesn’t fit the available screen space. What’s worse, the game play area is bigger than the window, so it’s impossible to see both where the troops enter and where they’re trying to go without scrolling around during the game. This is *not* ideal. If the game had always been this way, that’d be one thing, but it wasn’t. If it used to be possible to fit the game window to the screen size on iPad, why isn’t it now? Hopefully this can be changed in a future version.
  • Jan 20, 2021

    By Jared Boike
    Its an alright game, its not a bad one by any means. It just gets boring really quickly. It's basically any other tower defense game. You never get enough gold to build or upgrade anything, and the towers you have suck so they can't do but the bare minimum for defense all the while the enemy count slowly rises and even harder enemies come about (ogres etc). I wouldn't say this game is worth it, but if you're just looking for an hour to waist, here ya go.
  • Love this game, but they could improve the way it’s played on iPhones Mar 7, 2018

    By Vic3437
    Let me start out by saying I five starred this game for the iPad. It takes up a lot of memory because it doesn’t rely on WiFi or data, but it’s worth it! But on the iPhone, you can not see the whole map and that impacts your play. A zoom feature would help. Most importantly, when you add your support troops, if you touch the screen the least bit off you can restart the game!! This is a game that once you are in it and have your rhythm going you know what your next step is, so your fingers are already going. I’ve accidentally re-started my game so many times I’m ready to delete this.. . If they could fix that one thing I would five star this for iPhone also.
  • Apr 8, 2019

    By A Google user
    Wish it were longer. Once you've beaten the campaign (not many levels), any level afterward is almost impossible, either the repeated levels in harder difficulty or the elite levels that require more stars. The repeated levels severely handicap you and can't really be done without extra gold and the elite levels pretty much require you to do the repeated levels to earn stars. In other words, after the campaign, the game isn't fun anymore.

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