Bloons Adventure Time TD

Bloons Adventure Time TD for Pc

  • Category: Games
  • Last Updated: 2018-11-09
  • Current version: 1.2.1
  • File size: 128.80 MB
  • Developer: Ninja Kiwi
  • Compatibility: Requires Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10

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Downloading and installing Bloons Adventure Time TD on your Windows PC

Download Bloons Adventure Time TD for Windows: Bloons Adventure Time TD is an Games App, developed by Ninja Kiwi. The Games App was officially released 2018-08-29. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - Ninja Kiwi, with the latest current version being 1.2.1 which was officially released on 2018-11-09. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 4,159 Reviews on the App Store alone, with an average user rating of 4.5 out of a possible 5.

Using Bloons Adventure Time TD on your Windows computer is actually very easy but if you are new to this process, you will definitely need to pay attention to the steps listed below. This is because you will need to download and install a Desktop App emulator for your computer. We will help you download and install Bloons Adventure Time TD on your computer in 4 simple steps below:

1: Download an Andriod Software emulator for Windows

The importance of the emulator is that it emulates or immitates an android environment on your computer, making it super easy to install and run android apps from the comfort of your PC without buying a phone that runs android. Who says you cannot enjoy both worlds? To begin, you can download such an emulator app made by too top dogs in the space.
A. Nox App . OR
B. Bluestacks App .
Personally, I recommend the "B" option as Bluestacks is very popular so if you run into any trobles using it, you can find good solutions on Google or Bing (lol). 

2: Now Install the Software Emulator on your Windows PC

If you successfully downloaded the Bluestacks.exe or Nox.exe, go to your Downloads folder on your computer or anywhere you ususally store downloaded files.
Once you have find it, click it to install the application. It should start the installation process on your PC.
Click Next to accept the EULA License agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application.
If you do the above correctly, the Software will be successfully installed.

3: How to Use Bloons Adventure Time TD for Windows PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and locate the search bar. Now type Bloons Adventure Time TD in the search bar and hit Search. You will easily see the app. Click on Bloons Adventure Time TD application icon. A window of Bloons Adventure Time TD will open and it will display the app in your Emulator Software. Hit the Install button and your application will start downloading. Now we are all done.
Next, you will see the "All Apps" icon.
Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed applications.
You should see the Bloons Adventure Time TD icon. Click on it and start using the application.

Hope it was not too difficult? If you have any further inquiries, contact me through the "Contact" link at the bottom of this page so I could help You. Have a nice day!

About Bloons Adventure Time TD

Developer Description

The Bloons have invaded the Land of Ooo and it’s up to Finn, Jake and the monkeys to stop them! Bloons Adventure Time TD is an awesome crossover between the award-winning animated series Adventure Time and the #1 Tower Defense game, Bloons TD!   GET YOUR HERO ON! *Pop Bloons as your favorite Adventure Time characters like Finn, Jake, Princess Bubblegum, Marceline and more! *Recruit brand-new monkey heroes like Captain Cassie, C4 Charlie, and Sai the Shadow! A NEW ADVENTURE! *Play your way through over 15 adventures and 50 maps! *Original story featuring the voice cast of the animated series! MAKE THE BLOONS GO BOOM! *Equip your heroes with 200+ weapons and items from Adventure Time and Bloons TD history! *Build your defenses with over 50 allies including fan favorites BMO, The COBRA, and Lumpy Space Princess! *Unleash over 30 awesome, Bloon-shredding powers! ----------- Ninja Kiwi Notes: Please review our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. You will be prompted in-game to accept these terms in order to cloud save and protect your game progress: Bloons Adventure Time TD is free to play but contains some in-game items that can be purchased with real money. You can disable in-app purchases in your devices settings, or reach us at for help. Your purchases fund the development of updates and new games, and we sincerely appreciate every vote of support you give us through your purchases. Ninja Kiwi Community: We love hearing from our players, so please get in touch with any feedback, positive or negative, at If it's stuff you want the whole community to see and talk about and you are old enough to have an account on these services, then join us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram: Streamers and Video Creators: Ninja Kiwi is actively promoting channel creators on YouTube and Twitch. If you are old enough to have an account on these services and not already working with us, keep making videos and tell us about your channel at

App Reviews

  • Good game, but needs work.

    By KidKinney
    I’ve really enjoyed the game a lot so far. The levels and characters are both iconic and I enjoy that very much. As far as balloons tower defense games go, I love it so far. It’s not normal like the others but that doesn’t mean it’s worse. I personally think the gameplay has a unique rpg characteristic unlike other balloons tower defense games and it’s a huge reason as to why I play this game. Although theirs also a giant wall that supports paying to overcome it. As of right now I’ve played the game for about 15 days and have no chance of getting anything done at this point. I can aimlessly farm remedial levels for small gains, or challenge advanced levels I have no chance of winning without using my powerups as a crutch. If I could ask the developers to change anything it would be A) add more content for after the claiming iceking. It doesn’t have to be much just something that helps people progress through the game. B) add ways to collect the 3 characters locked by the paywall. It doesn’t have to be given away but hiding content behind a pay wall with no way of earning it on its own is in bad taste.
  • Love the game! Mathematical!

    By The_swamp_thing
    This game is fantastic! I’ve been a fan of the Bloons TD franchise going back to older products. I love love love this licensed Adventure Time game. It’s themed well as takes the best parts of the family of games and improves them. I do hope that updates clean up performance a little bit. My game can pretty reliably crash on the last level of Impoppable on certain boards. This was frustrating in the Halloween event when I had basically beaten the hardest version of a board but couldn’t earn the higher payout of event items. I had to replay at a lower level so it wouldn’t crash. I have an iPhone 7+. I realize it isn’t the newest phone but it generally does just fine. I would expect it to be able to handle the last level. It’s just frustrating when you have a fully upgraded set of characters that you know can beat the stage but the game can’t progress due to technical issues. I’m more than willing to look past this problem though. The game is very fun and the two franchises converge very well into this super rad game. Lots of replay value. I play often. Thanks!
  • Difficulty

    By Mikicoo
    Because you seem to be responding to reviews I’ll go ahead and write one - comparatively to BTD6, this is a very difficult game, and takes much longer to pick up on than your previous games, even with the forced tutorial. This surprises me considering it’s affiliated with a Cartoon Network show. For starters, while it has an entertaining user face, it’s confusing to figure out which map you should be playing next so that the difficulty doesn’t suddenly ramp up. I think what might help if there was a suggested map button. Secondly, it seems after looking around the whole map a difficulty jump is unavoidable because there are either 1 skull maps or 3 skull maps, and little to no in-betweens. Thirdly, I know it’s a free game so it’s supposed to take longer than other games for one to progress in order to encourage them to buy things, but it’s kind of rare to run into the items you need to upgrade your characters. I feel as though replaying a map should at least give you one item so that grinding is possible to help combat the higher than usual difficulty
  • Beaten every level on impoppable

    By Evilelf7
    I just wanted to say that this is an amazing game, and I would like to see more fusions with other cartoons or other franchises. (Steven universe would be a great one. I have beaten every level in this game on the hardest difficulty and I loved every moment. I would get pretty frustrated at times being overwhelmed by Bloons, or not being able to get the all powerful super monkey for a while but I have played this game since it was a flash game and every time you make a new bloons it seems to get better and better. Con: the only negative I see is somehow being able to unlock the extra levels (maybe characters) another way besides paying for them. The hardest levels almost need the ability to use powers to beat them which can be earned through playing every level but I really would like to try out and play the new levels and characters. Thank you for making a really interesting version of bloons involving some of my favorite characters.
  • Great game to pass the time

    By Ray93683
    I’ve been a fan of ninjakiwi balloons for some time now. This adventure time version is fun. There’s a little storyline, fun dialogue, and the characters are done well. It has all the elements of the other balloons games but with a solid and consistent adventure time aesthetic. Leveling up is quick and painless at first, but when you’re characters get around level 3 or so, leveling up is a grind. The game difficulty starts to balance out in a way that requires purchasables. For instance, the thing that took one star away from my review is the fact that they upped the cost of purchasing the power coins that let increase your ‘during-battle’ wallet, from 100 coins to 300 per power coin. This is a really disappointing move from ninja kiwi. It already costs $2 per 1000 coins. Big fans of this game will purchase the coins so tripling the cost seems tripley greedy. Anyhow, will continue to play but will discontinue purchasing coins. Bad move ninja kiwi
  • Pay up or give up!

    By TD Callahan
    This is a fun TD concept where you build up characters to take on some very difficult maps. Navigating the world trying to figure out what map to play next is confusing. Gameplay is a lot of fun for a few hours and possibly longer if you’re prepared to give into the pay to play model. I’ve payed to remove the forced pre game adverts and then tried to see how far I could get without further purchases. Sadly these maps go from easy to very tough and I wasn’t sure how to finish them without purchasing characters and consumables. After trying many times I eventually unlocked 4 or 5 new characters and completed many maps. So it is possible to progress without paying to play. I’ve had many many hours of fun from this TD. Definitely recommended for TD fans. It was also worth removing the ads.
  • Great Game, Difficult Progress

    By My Mini Apple
    I enjoyed playing this game, but this game is difficult to progress. For this early version, it feels like ninja kiwi is showing the potential of this game. I love the adventure time theme and characters. Also love the strategy we can set up from the characters and combos. What would be nice is, make it easier to upgrade our characters and obtain shards. As of now, I'm stuck, even after purchasing in game characters. I'm not sure how to progress and it feels repitive now. I hope ninja kiwi makes it easier, add more quests, and events. This is a good start, I'm just waiting to see how this game progress before I spend more money. [Update]. After spending some more time, this game is really fun. I eventually unlocked stronger weapons and trinkets to progress further. Purchasing Tuxedo Jake made a difference.
  • Difficulty

    By Jesse Nate
    Alright, to address the difficulty of the game, a lot of people have been complaining about the difficulty. I played since it came out and I already passed practically every map a month, maybe even two ago. I don’t think at all that this game makes you pay for anything. Not even a single ounce of me makes me believe that. Yes there is exclusive content that may give you a boost, but you truly don’t need it. Honestly I think it should be harder, but there are some maps that are difficult. So make sure to get the treasures of the easier maps and build up your team. Now that that’s addressed I think we need a multiplayer option or something else where we can interact with players. But yeah that’s my rant about people ranting. (forgot to mention, I haven’t bought anything in the game, I’m 13 and broke.)
  • Fun But Sort of Unrefined

    By Mannila_Ice
    With offline games the BTD series is one of the best and this new game is really fun while changing enough to make things different. The loot box system is noninvasive and fair and there are a surprising amount of AT references that only someone who really watched the show could appreciate. Some things hold it back a bit though. Battery is a big issue as this game uses more battery on average than most of my other games which really takes any amount of extended play off the table. It’d be really nice to have some kind of battery saver mode to reduce usage when a charger isn’t around. Other things like minor graphic issues and bugs could also be fixed but at least for me battery is the main issue. TLDR: Really fun BTD with a very cool AT theme. Great offline game but uses more battery than I’d like.
  • Freemium is not gameplay.

    By NotTheTargetDemographic
    This game takes two beloved franchises and makes a mess of them. The equipment based hero system would be a cool twist on the traditional towers of other BTD games if it wasn’t locked behind steep experience curves or freemium paywalls. Want a sweet bit of loot to help your hero deal damage? That’ll be five dollars for the loot box that has a CHANCE to get what you need. Didn’t get what you wanted? Watch an ad to show different items. Losing on the last round because the game is balanced to punish you for not paying? Spend six dollars to get the cupcakes necessary to power up ONE of your characters. Don’t wanna pay money? Just watch three hundred ads to acquire seven dollars “worth” of premium currency so that you can advance some gameplay. Want that sweet-looking Dungeon Finn packaged to look like a brand new action figure? That’ll be $10 and you can’t watch ads to pay for it. If you’re as exasperated after reading my messy critique. You too might have realized that you aren’t the target demographic that this game is intended to prey upon. Honestly, I wish there could be redeeming qualities for this game but the maps that are ripped off from BTD 3 and the lousy “story” with wasted talent from the real voice actors (or good copies) can’t save this game. If this game were to remove the freemium aspect, I’d gladly spend money to buy this game. Save yourself the headache, just get Bloons Tower Defense 6 or any other BTD game.