In almost all levels (the game has more than a hundred levels), you need to protect a specific attack area from enemy attacks. To defend this area, you must place your Pokemon in different spaces on the map. They can attack any enemy that passes near their domain. This way they can defend the area with attacks.
A circle attack is an attack that attacks all Pokémon within a certain radius of the tower. These moves are used to wipe out large numbers of Pokemon in a few attacks, or to simply affect them with something. These are best for training purposes, as they let lower-level Pokémon hit any Pokémon that pass them, and then let higher-level Pokémon finish them off for a quick experience.
Ranged attacks can be used to hit Pokémon that are outside your Pokémon’s range. Ranged attacks are very damaging and can be used to save the last rare candy from being stolen. To make it work, your Pokémon will attack nearby enemy Pokémon using moves like Shadow Ball or Surfing. When the attack hits the target Pokémon, the attack will still move across the screen in one direction, hitting everyone in its path. This is especially useful if you’re hitting a lot of Pokemon at the same time while aiming down a path.
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This game normally has trading on ptdtrading.com,but as you know trading isn’t allowed in this challenge, so that website is pretty much forbidden. There are two ways to obtain special Pokemon other then the normal levels, challenge levels and achievements. You can do all the challenge levels before beating chapter 1, but it’s extremely hard, because for some you need to use your own Pokemon. However, the only way to obtain the Pokedex is by beating the third challenge level, so it’s necessary. However, I’m not counting the fourth, fifth or sixth challenge levels as necessary, despite there being one Pokemon you can only get from there until much later in the game. If you want to stay absolutely true to this challenge, then go ahead and try to beat them all before Brock. As for achievements, this is completely optional. The early ones at least aren’t quite as hard as the last three challenge levels, but there are some really hard ones later. I personally am going to try them, but you don’t have to. I’ll still make a guide for them all.
Pewter Gym: There’s no catch able Pokemon on this level, so it’s only good for training until you fill your pokedex up. The best way to train her without beating it is just doing it normally until Onix throws the rocks, then don’t take your Pokemon off the map so that way you’ll lose. After you complete your Pokedex as much as possible, try to beat this level with only level 10 Pokemon in order to get Shadow Onix. It’s not a requirement, but Shadow Pokemon are cool.
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Pokemon tower defence game walkthrough
I have much explaining to do about this game. I know only like 2 people will read this, and probably 0 will try it, but this guide is for myself as much as for other people so why not. Pokemon Tower Defense is a tower defense style Pokemon game (obviously) that’s set in the Kanto region. It’s level based, meaning you can’t walk around or anything. The story is sort of like the original Kanto story, but uses the characters in different ways, introduces new ones. basically it’s a fanfiction. But it’s actually pretty good. The best part about it, though, is that anyone with a computer can play it for free with Flash. That may make more people want to try it. PTD uses Black and White mechanics, so no Fairy types, no gen 6+ Pokemon (the only gen 5 Pokemon is an expired mystery gift anyway), BW movesets, ect. There’s also a PTD2 and PTD3, but I won’t make a guide for them for a while. PTD and PTD2 are completed, but PTD3 will forever remain unfinished in favor of the creator’s, Sam Otereo, new tower defense game, Cosmoids TD. Basically it’s like PTD but with original creatures and new game mechanics. The only thing that’s currently playable about it is an old prototype that you get for donating any amount of money on the Pokecenter website. You don’t actually have to pay anything and you can play more tower defense games you can just watch an ad. But that’s not what this is about.
This is the start of the optional levels. It’s also the first level that you need to use your own Pokemon on. The enemies are base level 36, but if you’re Pokemon are levels 36 or up, their levels will raise. Unfortunately I don’t know any strategies, and the wiki doesn’t either, so I recommend looking one up. There isn’t a reward for this, but you need to beat it in order to access more, which have rewards.
There’s one more thing I need to mention. Just having high level Pokemon won’t get you very far in this game, only past about chapter 2. Afterwords you need to use actual strategy, which is difficult for people who’ve never played a tower defense game. Luckily, the wikia has strategy guides and stuff on it, so that’ll be very helpful for clearing levels.
Pokemon tower defence strategy
In almost all the levels (the game has more than a hundred) you will have to protect a certain attack zone from your enemies. To defend said zone you will need to place your pokemon in different squares on the map. They can attack any enemy that passes close by their square. That way they can defend the zone using their attacks.
A Surrounding Attack is an attack the hits all Pokémon within a certain radius of the Tower. These moves are used to clear vast quantities of Pokémon in a few attacks, or simply affect them with something. These are best used for training purposes due to their ability to let lower leveled Pokémon hit all Pokémon that pass them, then allow much higher leveled Pokémon finish them off for fast experience.
A Long-Ranged Attack can be used to hit Pokémon that are out of the zone of your Pokemon’s reach. Long-Ranged attacks are very devastating and can be used to save that last rare candy from being stolen. To make it work, your Pokémon attacks an enemy Pokémon near you with an attack like Shadow Ball or Surf. While the attack hits the targeted Pokemon, the attack will still move along the screen in a single direction, hitting all those in its path. This is especially useful if when aiming down a path, allowing the move to hit many Pokémon at once.