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Pokémon Tower Defense 2 Hacked – Hacking Is Now The Norm in Web Games

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Hacking games is standard practice online now so how long will it be before people start to do this with apps? Well apps are freely distributed through Android so it could happen there but Apple control their app distribution a little more. For the time being though the web is the fully rife platform for hacking well designed and popular viral games.

The attraction of tower defense games is undeniable, with thousands of games belonging to the genre attracting literally millions of fans across the world to the unique strategies involved in the choosing, placing, and upgrading of towers of various kinds for all sorts of defensive and offensive purposes. No title is more distinctive than Pokémon Tower Defense 2: Generations, however, and thanks to its regularly-updated content, countless quantities Pokémon to catch and highly-addictive gameplay, there are very few titles that are more memorable. The only noticeable drawback to the game – and it is a drawback with which any Pokémon fan in the world will be familiar – is the investment of time that is required in order to build a powerful Pokémon team.  Pokémon Tower Defense 2 Hacked comes to the rescue of the gamer that isn’t willing to dedicate their lives, or even most of their spare time to the cause, allowing players to enjoy the experience without needing to spend hours getting there.

Of course, the gameplay itself remains pretty much untouched and identical to the original Pokémon Tower Defense 2: Generations. Story mode plays out in the same fashion, and the battles are still in the tower defense format that requires you to place your Pokémon in active battles zones on the screen in order to overcome the enemy whether they are advancing across the screen or stationary. Experience points are still the catalyst of your Pokémon ‘s growth through increases in level and acquisition of new moves along the way, and the type of your Pokémon still plays a significant role in how effective your Pokémon will be when facing an enemy. Catching Pokémon, choosing moves, finding items: you name it, it’s still there; it’s just that in Pokémon Tower Defense 2 Hacked, everything is just a little bit easier.

By far the most beneficial outcome of the hack is that you gain more experience points per kill than in the original version. This may not seem like a significant change, but when you consider the number of experience points required to level up your Pokémon and the sheer quantity of battles in the non-hacked version that you would have to win in order to gain the equivalent number of experience points, then the advantage becomes obvious. More experience points equals easy levelling up, and is essentially a handy shortcut to a powerful, well-trained Pokémon team. Capturing enemy Pokémon is also made a breeze with the one-hit-capture hack, allowing you to snap up a Pokémon after only hitting it once instead of having to chip away at its health until it becomes low enough to capture like in the original Pokémon Tower Defense 2: Generations. More money is awarded to you for each kill in the hacked version, but money isn’t yet a huge factor in Pokémon Tower Defense 2, so this advantage is negligible.

While playing the hacked version of Pokémon Tower Defense 2: Generations may seem counter-productive for long-term Pokémon fans, for those who don’t have the hours to dedicate to the Pokémon cause, Pokémon Tower Defense 2 Hacked is a perfect title to introduce you to the wonderful world of the game. Though you can’t use your hacked Pokémon in the real version of the game, if you’re playing the hacked version exclusively, this shouldn’t be a problem, and you will find yourself quickly becoming a master of the browser-based Pokémon universe.

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