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Fieldrunners 2 Hits Google Play, a Massive Sequel to the Popular Tower Defense Title

Fieldrunners 2

All you Fieldrunners fans have your work cut out for you, as the highly anticipated sequel Fieldrunners 2, is now live on Google Play. In the game, you can expect to see the classic tower defense action that the previous title is known for, along with some new features like bee hive-shooting towers, plus a ton of new weapons and levels. 

Key Features:

  • Pint sized invaders seeking revenge!
  • A tower that launches bee hives!
  • Tons of levels in a 20+ hour campaign!
  • Revolutionary AI – each enemy creates a dynamic, realistic path through the battlefield!
  • Gorgeous, hand painted, 2D graphics by award winning artists!
  • 20 unique, upgradeable weapons!
  • Custom loadouts let you pick the perfect weapons for each battle!

If I had to guess, I would say we can expect this to be Kellen’s app of the week on tonight’s DL Show.

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  • Mike Gomes

    Was a beta tester and bought it as soon as it went live… best TD game out there imo.

  • Wolf0491

    Had the beta and was pretty fun. May buy soon

  • Asuriyan

    Only 9 months after iOS!
    And 6 months after PC!

    Where’s the Android love…

    • Justin Swanson

      In most cases I stopped buying games/apps that do that… Unfortunately that’s probably counter-intuitive. However I just hate it when developers give us Android apps 6months after their release for other platforms.

  • Joel Gautraud

    Wait wait wait… this game costs money UP FRONT? No thank you. I prefer my games to be filled with intrusive and frustrating In-App Purchases, thank you very much.

  • carluverdrm2004

    I remember LIKING the first Fieldrunners, but I think I will LOVE this sequel. I like how theres a grid for putting up units, instead of complete freedom. It reminds me of flash tower defense games I used to play online. Any idea if there is going to be an HD version coming out later, or should I go ahead and buy this for my Nexus 7?

    • j

      Eh.. the freedom was kind of what made field runners special.

      • Asuriyan

        There are ‘channeled’ levels and completely open levels. There’s a variety.

  • Raven

    As a beta tester I enjoyed the 2 levels of the game, particularly the second “trench” level as I was never really a big fan of the wide open fields you are just expected to make a bunch of “S curves” in. What I didn’t care for was the huge 250+ MB download for 2 levels of a game on my relatively low res 540 x 960 Droid 4. There is no way that they should need that much space in assets. They seemed to be downloading all sizes of the assets instead of just what your device needs. Can anyone comment on if this has been improved with the full release?

    • Nate

      You’re seriously whining about 250mbs?

      • Justin Swanson

        For an app with 2 levels, that seems a bit high. However I’d chalk it up to beta.

        Size on Play says its 296MB

        • mgamerz

          Beta likely had more levels already built in that you couldn’t access. It’d be a lot of work to strip out everything already built in and expect it to work still.

          • Justin Swanson

            Good point. I wasn’t thinking about that!

  • jaw_shoe_uh

    What, no discount for us beta testers?? GASP!

    • b3rrykool

      thats what i said!

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    • EvanTheGamer

      The Spamming One has arrived.

  • Austin Warren

    Its amazing. Get it..the apk of course. Jk well worth the dollar

    • EvanTheGamer

      Worth the dollar? More like worth the three dollars!

      • JoshGroff

        3 WHOLE DOLLARS?!! I don’t know if I can shell out that kind of cash on my budget.

        • EvanTheGamer

          I know, right?! It’s not like we have money trees in the back yard! Actually, wait, I do, but don’t tell anybody!

          • JoshGroff

            Odd story, my grandmother had this plant that grew coin shaped seed pod things. Not sure what it’s actually called, but she called it a money tree, does that count?

          • Justin Swanson

            I’d buy one.