Kingdom Rush Vengeance TD App Reviews

Kingdom Rush Vengeance TD [Games] App Description & Overview

What is kingdom rush vengeance td app? Get ready to jump into action and show the Kingdom who’s the real boss in the best tower defense game 2021!

Face empires of mighty enemies. Clash against supreme bosses, unlocking and switching to new towers. Train legendary heroes and get all the achievements using your strategy in this amazing TD game.

Kingdom Rush Vengeance will give you hours and hours of gameplay in the best tower defense game available!

Heroes, your Army, Enemies and legendary td bossfights!
- 14 Powerful HEROES who will, without hesitation, rush into action at your command
- LEVEL UP YOUR HEROES and upgrade their abilities
- 10+ TRINKETS AND ARTEFACTS for that extra action in battle.
- NEW POWERS AND REINFORCEMENTS to vanquish your foes, td style!
- 30 UPGRADES to train your army to their best form.
- 60+ DEADLY ENEMIES that will put all of your wit and strategic skills to the test
- RUSH TO SAVE THE KINGDOM as you bring down 6 mighty bosses in the most legendary boss fights!

Epic Selection of Towers and Upgrades
- 19 NEW TOWERS to defend your kingdom
- Choose your arsenal of towers and execute your strategy.

Create devastating combinations of towers, abilities and special powers to stop your enemies!

Near Endless Tower Defense Gameplay

- 28 CHALLENGING STAGES that will test your skills
- 6 DIFFERENT REALMS to conquer and explore
- EXPLORE new lands in the Kingdom
- 60+ ACHIEVEMENTS, hidden secrets, and fun stuff for you to play and discover while you explore the realm!
- CASUAL, NORMAL, VETERAN OR IMPOSSIBLE difficulty for every level
- Summon enemy waves faster to earn additional gold

Time for some Royal Vengeance in the Kingdom!
Vez’nan, the powerful almighty wizard has returned.

Lead your powerful dark army and make the Kingdom tremble with each step. Help Vez’nan conquer new lands in the kingdom!

Orcs, goblins, demons, dark knights, zombies and many more! Choose your favorites and mix them to find the most deadly tower defense combination - secure the crown of the kingdom for Vez’nan.

Awesome Offline Tower Defense Game

No Wi-Fi at your Dark Tower?

- PLAY ANYWHERE - playing offline works, if your wifi doesn’t
- PLAY OFFLINE - no internet connection required
- You can play Kingdom Rush Vengeance as your offline TD game of choice.


"For veteran Kingdom Rush players and newcomers alike, the charm and strategy of the franchise remains with Kingdom Rush: Vengeance, making it one of the best mobile games of 2018!"

"Kingdom Rush Vengeance is the biggest and baddest the series has been."

"Players with any affinity for tower-defense games are going to enjoy every second they spend with Kingdom Rush Vengeance!"
-Pocket gamer

"The game is intensely engaging with a light-hearted tone that makes it a real pleasure to jump into."
-Pocket tactics

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Kingdom Rush Vengeance TD Version 1.12.603 May 2022

Bug Fixes and Improvements.

Kingdom Rush Vengeance TD Version 1.12.502 March 2022

Bug Fixes and Improvements.

Kingdom Rush Vengeance TD Version 1.12.110 December 2021

NEW UPDATE! Help Vez'nan to face an ancient powerful being! - New stages - New enemies - New hero and tower - And lots of fun!.

Kingdom Rush Vengeance TD Comments & Reviews 2022

- They Did it again, you should buy it!

I’ve been playing Kingdom Rush and it’s sequels since the first one came out years ago. Unlike all the other apps on my phone, I haven’t deleted them, and still play when I’m bored. When I heard Ironhide was making a fourth game where I get to play as the baddies, I was already counting down the days until it came out. I haven’t played much, but from what I have played, I can tell you it has everything you should expect of KingdomRush games, or any tower defense games, and even more so. The tower variety is awesome, and while it’s upsetting I can’t play all 16 towers for free (5 are premium), I can understand why it has to be that way. Personally, I refrain from using premiums and items when first clearing levels, but I did buy them, and I gotta admit, they’re really fun to mess around with. If you liked the old games or are just discovering the series, I highly recommend you pay the 5 dollars for this game, they give you way more than just 5 dollars worth for this game. Plus, the mini campaigns will add even more content, so we’ll have something to look forward to later!

- It hurts me to give it three.

Let me start out by saying, I’ve been a kingdom rush fan since day one. They are by far the best mobile games on the market. Vengeance had so much potential yet it was squandered. Let’s start with the pros. First, the game looks great. It is very visually appealing and is very detailed. Second, is there are SOME good towers in this game and they really play of your nostalgia. For instance, the Dark Knights or the Harassers were some of the coolest, yet most annoying enemies to go against, and to have them in your arsenal is beyond epic. The third, is that it has some cool level design. But in my opinion, it seemed that this game was a BIG cash grab. Just playing on people’s nostalgia to buy it. Firstly, let’s talk about the towers you have to pay for. That is completely unacceptable. There is one they sell for around $7!!!! Second, is the terribly boring enemies. They had so many chances to put in cool enemies yet they failed. Third, is the lack of content. There were very few levels to play in and no post campaign levels when they first came out. And then they release the most terrible DLC with 3 new levels. It is SO bad. The enemies are just annoying and really break the mechanics of the game. Lastly, is wasted potential. There were so many cooler towers and hero’s they could’ve come up with. In all, this is a great game, but it does not match up the the Kingdom Rush Standard.

- Feel kind of ripped off

I just bought KRV a few days ago. I am familiar with the KR series, played it on and off over the years. I love the games, the art style, the mechanics, it’s all great. However, I take issue with the pay-wall that is currently in place. As I understand the game normally costs $5 on the AppStore, which is totally fair for a great game. Once I got the game though, I found there to be an astonishing amount of content locked behind a pay-wall. A few things behind a paywall as dlc would make sense, but so much? At first I thought “it might be worth a few extra dollars for some cool content “. Then I saw the “discounted “ price tag. $31 plus tax to receive all of the content, minimum, on an app that already costs $5? That’s ridiculous. I was also extremely disappointed to see that less than a quarter of the hero’s were unlockable through gameplay, and so near the start as well. I would have hoped to see a few more heros to collect. It would give the game something more to drive players to achieve. The fact that so few of the heros are unlockable and the price to unlock all the content is so steep, makes players feel like they have been ripped-off, and makes me start to regret my purchase.

- Fun but getting too expensive

Honestly Kingdom Rush is hands down my FAVORITE tower defense series. They offer some fun levels, some challenges, and the always loveably Easter eggs throughout the campaign. This latest game, however, requires you to pay to buy new heroes (as they have in the past) AND use almost half of the towers to choose from. It seems each new game requires more purchases than the previous one. The first was free to play, but pay for new heroes. Second was pay to play and pay for heroes. Now pay for game, heroes and towers. Heroes being purchased, ok, that’s been established. But a bummer about the towers. I can’t necessarily justify the expense on top of already paying to play the game in the first place... it’s “Tower Defense”. The towers shouldn’t be an extra expense. Also, since this is my favorite TD series, I’m generally willing to buy the heroes in a “bundle” deal. I did when the latest game first came out. But now there are a few more added in the latest update, and they’re not unlocked for me. Meaning once again, I’d have to spend more money on something I thought I essentially already paid for (again, the bundle was for all of the heroes). Was hoping they’d honor the purchases made before the update, and allow access to the new heroes too.

- This Game is by far the best ever!

I have been a huge fan of the Kingdom Rush series of games science I was like four. I remember when the original one came out. I have bought, played, and loved all of the versions, and I highly recommend them. To me, when I saw this game, the price of buying it was a no-brainer. I new that 3 bucks is totally worth all of the fun, and versatility I would get from this game. To be quite frank, I would buy this one, (it is probably one of the best one’s) and then I would check out all of the other kingdom rushes. They are sooooo great! Anyway, back to vengeance. This one is cool because you get to play as the villain, (Vez’Nan) And I love the fact that you can choose which towers you use, and all of the different enemies and stages. Also, to someone like me that has played all of the games, (including iron marines, which I highly recommend) I start to recognize some of the hero’s and stuff. It just reminds me of all of the time I have played these games. Overall, if you are on the fence about purchasing this game, just do it. It is so worth it and you will not be disappointed!

- Awesome Game! But..

This game is a blast! I have played every game Iron Hide has made and I have yet to be disappointed! Although the game is not free, this are the best $4.99 plus tax I had spent. You get a tower defense game that is repayable with different difficulties and achievements to get, some are pop culture references (that’s another thing I love!) as the title says there’s something “bad” and that is since I have an iPhone XS Max, the notch gets on the way blocking a part of the map which can be frustrating because sometimes the entrances for my base are covered by the notch I’m not able to deploy my heroes or bombs to stop those pesky stragglers that made it past my towers while they were busy targeting the rest. Maybe make the game fill the screen and hide the notch? Idk. Another minor problem I have is that you buy the game for $4.99 and some of the towers or heroes you might want cost more money and some of those add ons are $6.99. I would love for Iron Hide to maybe cut the price of those add ons in half (because you already spent $4.99 to be able to play the game) or charge a bit more for the game (maybe like $9.99 and include everything) This game is great I recommend everyone to try it!

- Love it

First off wanted to start by saying AMAZING game I’ve played every TD game made by these developers. This TD was much more challenging the the previous 2 KR games. One thing I like the turret wheel kind like picking a load out. However it makes me miss being able pick two towers in game. I loved the hero’s in the game the unique passives and new abilities are fun to use. One of my concerns is how many purchases were available in this one. I know games have to make money and the campaign was definitely beatable with the basic towers. But I would be devastated if future games couldn’t be beat unless u spent money. That’s all for now just want say amazing game and keep adding more. Update... love the new lvls they came out with and towers. I sincerely hope there are more lvls the only bummer for the winter campaign there wasn’t any end comic seen where u catch the next hint of the villains plan. additional the boss for the winter campaign was pretty weak the lvl itself was much more of a challenge then the actual boss. I will say I like how they put in the yeti as a hero. That’s all for now I really hope the next update is coming soon

- Great game & don’t complaint for IAP

Kingdom rush is my favorite iOS game. I have all series and still keep them on iPad. The game itself has great quality as previous one like it always. I understand ppl don’t like IAP, however it is not same case for kingdom rush. Premium heroes and towers are nice to have but it is not necessary to beat game. The devs bring lots more towers compare to last 3 games. It is not surprised that they charge few of them. I usually purchase some heroes I liked right away to support dev, then purchased all of rest once they are sale later on. It will be the same for tower this time. Some people think they already pay for the game then should get all of the content. But come on, those premium heroes and towers are just DLC which available instantly when game come out. WHY it has to be free? If you can’t afford it, that’s fine. Please don’t complain it any more. Last we all know devs will have update with new campaigns and heroes. Guessing this time if they will release more towers. I am willing to pay if those are cool.

- Greed

I love ironhide and I am especially a fan of their kingdom rush games. The original was fun and basic. It cost only a few bucks and the in app purchases were completely optional heroes. This was the standard for the first three games. However, with this game ironhide got a little greedy. There are five towers that you can buy to add into your game and in my opinion it creates a tough choice. On the one hand, it cost around 20 dollars for all of the towers. On the other, it makes it feel as though I’m missing a huge facet of the game by not purchasing them. I like vengeance. Maybe even more than the previous games. I’ve even been anticipating it since a few months after the release of origins. But the price of these towers just feels like my kingdom rush games have become another cash grab. I know you make your games relatively cheap. And we all have to make money somehow. But one of the towers alone cost two more dollars than the game itself. I love you ironhide and your kingdom rush games. But I really think the towers should be cheaper or at least introduce a way to buy all the towers at once at a reduced cost.

- A new twist and another great installment in the series!

When I first heard another kingdom rush game was out I was excited, but also questioning how they were going to make this one even better than Origins, which was even better than the past games itself. My questions immediately went away after I opened the app and tried it. For starters, The artwork was much better, and the game ran even smoother. I love the ability to customize your tower layout too. It’s a great twist on the original games that makes this one unique. I haven’t finished the game yet, but it’s even harder than the past few, which I love. When the game is challenging, it makes you happier and satisfied when you finally finish the level you’ve been stuck on. The kingdom rush games never fail to surprise me and I would definitely recommend this game to anyone who loves strategy and tower defense games. 10/10, but if your new to the games, I would start with the original and work my way through. Love this game and the whole series!

- Very polished, lacking end game.

I have played and love each of the Ironhide S.A. games. The graphics and animations on Vengeance are superb. I love the new tower mechanic. There are also a variety of new mechanics with the stages and enemies that keep things fresh. On the downside...I was really disappointed when I finished the game and no bonus or endless levels popped up. I had not read any of the reviews yet, so I did not know that this was lacking. Hopefully this can be added in the future. Though I will do them just because they are fun, it is also less fun to not get additional stars for doing the second and third challenges for each stage. I’d love for the talent tree to be a bit more expansive and allow for more stars on the challenges. Lastly, the heroes. While each fun in their own right, only having three feels like a letdown. That goes back to the original game and just seems like a step backwards. Still, for its shortcoming in those departments, it was still a blast to play, and I will continue my way through all of the challenges for some time to come.

- Plz continue

I really enjoy your games, I can’t wait for the next one to come out already, I have be a fan of your game for ages, and I’m getting into building comicy games like you guys. I never want you to change your style. I enjoy how this is funny even thought it is the coolest game ever. I think I can say that this is the best tower defense game out there. The games are huge, and just the best. Thank you, you guys have made 5 of the best mobile games I’ve ever played. Also, I do like how you changed the good guys to the bad guys. Another cool thing you could do is make it so you have to attack and get past the flags. As you go you unlock better enemies. You can destroy towers with certain enemies like a monster called “Shotgun” a creature small, has 135 health, very stealthy, low shield and once it reaches the nearest tower, it grows Hughes and just eats the tower, Michael on it for a bit, then explodes. Another cool thing you could do is a path block. It blocks the path and your army is trapped so it builds up to form bigger hordes.

- Mostly adore it. Bought everything.

Having played every installment of Kingdom Rush, I think this one is overall best. The tower and world designs are awesome. It’s full of small details and Easter Eggs. The tower designs are excellent. I like the spooky Halloween themed ones so much, I try to use them all even on levels when there are better towers. The starter hero is weak, unlike the awesome starter elf you got in Origins. It’s definitely cruddy that you’re presented early on with a limited-time decision to make 2 purchases that raise the price of the game +700%. I can’t recommend this game to friends because what if they don’t enjoy the heroes/towers like I do... at $35+ bucks it’s steep and you need to give new players time to fall in love with the game before you throw that decision at them. Otherwise it feels manipulative like the Chinese knock-offs of KR that litter the App Store. Keep up the great work, and please don’t become another EA Games. I play this series to escape all the dollar signs and that shady casino feeling.

- Best of the series in Gameplay but worst in game purchasable content

The game is great and by far the best of the series. I like how you can now customize what towers you use in the game which makes for a great way to change your strategy based on the level. I also love the feel of the game, now that your the Villains we get to see their side of the story which is very entertaining. I also love the little Easter eggs to other series that gives you something to do while the battle is going on. However the draw back of this game is that you have to not only purchase some hero’s but now even the towers? it seems pretty greedy for the amount of content there is. If they were .99 cents maybe that’d be better but really I think it doesn’t feel I should pay 30$ for the whole game. Heck you could keep the prices if you would give us a way to achieve some of the towers or hero’s. Either by achieving some goals or completely levels in certain ways or just saving gems for the towers. This would increase the time to play the game and you’d get the whole game.

- Huge fan but this one slips a bit

Starting off by saying I've played every single kingdom rush game and this is the only series of apps I've ever thought were worth purchasing. I'd rate all the previous ones 5 stars. That being said, this one is a bit of a miss for me. I don't really see this as a cash grab like other reviewers since I never felt the want to buy extras. But I agree with others that the game was much too short. With the new upgrade system, there's also no incentive to do the challenge modes and complete to 100 which I always did with previous games. The towers were a little underwhelming and I didn't think any of their abilities were really that fun to use like previous games. They got rid of the tower upgrade tiers which made me lose a feeling of progression in the game. I think biggest letdown for me was the new tower system which brought down available towers during actual gameplay from 8 variants to 5. Visually the game is still top notch though and the concept of playing as the villain was well done. Overall, a bit disappointed but still a loyal fan to the series.

- Another amazing game by Ironside just wish it had an endless mode

I have played and beaten all the games in the kingdom rush series and this one by far is the best we’ve seen. The biggest and most notable change is to the tower systems with the ability to swap out different types of towers to fit your play style. I have seen lots of reviews condemning ironside for adding in paid towers to the game but having played and beat the game with all the basic towers before opting to buy new ones with money the game is totally playable and enjoyable this is not a paywall experience. The only complaint I have had since the first kingdom rush is that I wish it had a “sandbox” style endless mode with a few maps to choose from. I can’t tell you how many times I just really start getting into a certain level just for it to end at wave 15. If you have any doubts about this game don’t and buy it immediately. Hands down the best tower defense experience.,

- It’s just not the same...

I’m such a fan. I’ve played the 3 other games before this one and really have had years of enjoyment. The colors and scale seem gaudy and almost more childlike now. Really love and appreciate the art even if the color scale is wrong. The lag time between entering and leaving a level is tortuous and having to look at those red eyes fill up so slowly is painful... maybe they could change that screen into a complex cool geometry or labyrinth image instead? It would also be nice if we had the option to be the good guy or bad. It’s fun having those bag guy options for sure but the underlying message is “the bad guy in charge isn’t the worst bad guy. There could be worse, but not a good guy either”. Interesting? Some of the tower options like the treants, melting furnace, and goblirangs seem really lame and ineffective. I want to like it but it’s not happening yet. It doesn’t feel pleasing to look at and I think that’s the worst thing for me. It’s great that they have upgrades adding more but it’s only 3 levels and then you’re done. How about 2 or 3 endless levels to play? At least I still have the first 3 games! I really hope you guys can fix it in the next version. Good luck!🕉🙏🏼

- DLC? Post Campaign?

I want to start off by saying this is nearly my favorite kingdom rush game, second to only origins. When you manage to look past the extra paid towers and heroes, it is a wonderful game. Except it’s lacking the Kingdom Rush staple: a post campaign that is nearly as long as the actual campaign. It’s what keeps people playing for months and years on end. The Aquatic expansion was a good start, and I’m hoping Ironhide looks at it that way as well. Perhaps Oloch finally rises up against you and you have to defeat him. Maybe Denas’s heir starts to challenge you. Maybe you move south looking to fight your way to hammer hold in the wake of Malagar’s defeat in frontiers. There are so many possibilities and so much potential in this game it is impossible to ignore. I have been a fan of Kingdom Rush since she it was a flash game and I can tell you that the only thing this game needs to skyrocket is more post campaign. I hope you see this Ironhide. Thank you so much for another incredible game, I hope you take it farther, and good luck on “A Rift In Time”.

- Amazing game but one problem

While Ironhide has made the best mobile games by putting a ton of effort into each and every one there is one thing that makes the game fall below the rest (not by a lot though still 5/5 for gameplay and story). The problem is that it seems to much like iron marines, theres no enemy encyclopedia (which is probably due to game length), there is no way to check the exact stats of the hero’s or towers except for in game (which makes it much harder to consider buying one), and instead of adding more levels they gave you an impossible difficulty which is pointless considering how you have to beat the campaign to unlock and on top of that there’s no proof of beating the game on a harder difficulty which makes playing on then pointless. Not having the encyclopedia or elite levels was a big letdown for me and is my reasoning for giving four stars however I love the new tower mechanic and I love how every tower has 3 upgrades now so outside of these issues it is truly great game and still worth the buy.

- Worth the money

This is a great game! Kingdom Rush has always been a good series, and this is no exception. The unique secrets and hero traits are fun to play with, and it’s cool to play as the bad guy. This game gives a pretty good challenge, too, which is nice, because some tower defense games can be too easy, while others are impossibly hard. This game finds a good balance. Some heroes and towers are paid, which I completely understand and am fine with. My only problem is that nearly all of the heroes are paid, when they are the most fun to use! I personally bought the black dragon, and loved it. However, I feel like more of the heroes should be free. The tower variety is nice but they sometimes feel obsolete. In the last levels I was only using the same few towers over and over, which may just be a personal preference. Another issue, if you can call it that, is I wish the game was longer. It was super fun and I loved playing it, and I was sad to see that I had beaten it. Other than that, this game is definitely worth the time!

- I would’ve never known

I saw this game in the App Store omg I wanna get this game so bad, but it was 4.99. I didn’t get the game and saw Iron Marines was out which was free. The moment I finished the first level I hated it. I waited for another tower defense game to come out because I’m obsessed with them and they got a little more popular. I got Bloons td 6 and it Hooked me for a long time. I eventually I became bored and had no clue what to do so I bought this game. I went through the tutorial and I saw you were the bad guy. I didn’t know this till I got the game. Not only that but they beat bloons td6 by having upgrades for your hero and other stuff. They also beat bloons td6 by having more towers not just 4. Not only that but they beat the other kingdom rush’s by not making it as hard. I’d have to say the bad thing about this game is that it is to short. I finished the game in a couple of hours so I’m waiting for a kingdom rush vengeance origins!

- Another amazing game! But it’s missing one thing.

I’d like to start of saying I’v played every Kingdom Rush game to date and I loved all of them. In fact I 100% complete every single one. The one thing I looked forward to in all of these games was the bonus levels after you beat the campaign. These were always super challenging and great fun after you’ve beat all the campaigns iron challenges and such. But they seem to have left them out of this game and that was super disappointing to me. While playing through I would look at spots on the map and say, “That’ll be an extra level for sure” but unfortunately there were none. Please I would love to see the extra levels you guys come up with, especially with all these new towers you have added. (which I love by the way) Overall still a great game, and highly recommend playing if you love tower defense games.

- Don’t listen to bad reviews.

Basically this game is 5/5 hands down. I’ve played the other 3 kingdom rush games so many times that I was finally wanting something new. Then a 4th kingdom rush was announced a while back and here it is. Extremely satisfied with it, can’t wait for the bonus campaigns to come out too. Now people complain about towers that have to be bought but they are highly unnecessary. I finished the game already one highest difficulty with 3 stars on all campaigns plus iron and heroic challenges without much issue since I’m seasoned at the rush games at this point. But with decent planning and good strategy this game is DEFINITELY NOT pay to win. Now one thing is some powers of the towers feel underpowered such as the shadow archer crow. But other wise it’s not that bad since u can replace shadow archers easily with boomerang or the bone tower. Anyways great and hope for more soon.

- One level in

I can tell it’s just as good as the others Edit: in some ways. In some it may be worse and others it may be better I have bought Origins many times. The latest in a new Air. It looks gorgeous there as all their games do no matter the device. I bought this game even though I only have an SE. It looks great but want to show support to get a desktop version. I don’t think I’ll buy the heroes or towers until I upgrade or it come out on desktop I don’t game much but I keep coming back to Kingdom Rush. They are fantastic This one changed up some elements with how the upgrades and towers work. Now the upgrade trees is more console and smaller only having 4 groups. Which at first seems like less options but it’s just more streamlined now and makes sense with the big pool of towers Meanwhile there is a pool of towers to pick from. Both of these changes have pros and cons. I liked the major change in the last upgrade level to towers where you pick a specialization for each in the previous games. It gave a bit of strategy. Now the strategy is in picking which towers you equip something I will have to wait and see once I unlock all the towers. I hope they expand on this game and continue to release more maps, towers and heroes as they did with the last. I will wait for a desktop version to really get into the extra content.

- There game is fun but has issues of course

The graphics are nice and the gameplay is similar to what I remembered when I played Kingdom Rush a few years ago but there are some annoying things with the game. First, the rounds take a really long time. There needs to be some kind of speed up option otherwise you’re looking at 15 or even 20 minute rounds. Second, the premium towers are severely underpowered. I get that they shouldn’t make the game too easy, but if I’m spending real money on an in game item, I do expect some kind of competitive advantage. I spent $13 to unlock all the towers only for like 1 or 2 of them to be viable. I fear the situation is the same for the heroes which I won’t be buying. Third is less of an issue and just more of expectation which is more game modes and more varied gameplay. My biggest issue is with the premium towers though.

- Another Great Game

They’ve done it again! Another great game by ironhide. I’ve played every single one of their games, and they never seem to disappoint. I love how they have used a colored map in this one, and some more changes, such as no more tower upgrade paths but instead you can choose different towers. I don’t like that change much, but maybe because I’m not used to that. The only complaint that I have is that there are no extra missions once you have finished the campaign, unlike the other games. The upgrade tree should have a few more upgrades, but everything else is fine. They probably don’t have extra missions because of how new this game is, but hopefully they will be added in the near future. Nonetheless, great game, and if you like it, you will enjoy their other games as well. Keep it up, Ironhide!

- Such a waste.

I’ve been a fan of Kingdom Rush since the very beginning.. I still remember the first time I played it years ago.. so when I saw this new version I was SO hyped. While the game does look very appealing and felt a bit nostalgic... While the new mechanics aren’t bad and it gives it a new aspect.. I felt like game was very “slow” ever the added after game level weren’t entertaining. I couldn’t help be bored before I got to the end. However I just couldn’t help feeling that this game was nothing more than a money grab. Not only do you need to be a few dollars if you want another Hero now you have to buy towers as well.. had the actual game been fun like it’s predecessors maybe I wouldn’t mind so much. But my very first thoughts before I even played my first stage was how baffling it was to have to pay SO much money if you want all the towers other than the ones they give you. It pains me to see such a game with so much potential be reduced to this.

- Squandered potential

Its a good game that offers an array of possibilities except for one problem; it is way too short. So, some complaints have been about a few towers that are behind a paywall. The paywall doesn't bother me too much. As the developer commented in one response I read (paraphrasing), “the pay towers are there just to add some new possibilities and also if you just want to experiment with them.” Thats fair enough. However, what makes no sense is that they want you to buy towers and them provide only the campaign stages to use them on. And those stages ended up being way too easy at any difficulty and the whole campaign can be beat in a single day. To unlock the whole game with all the towers and heros would be about $30. That’s insane. $30 dollars for a game that can only be played on a handful of maps. And dont forget all that nonsense in the first 7 stages where you can’t even level up to full strength and the enemies practically fall over dead from exhaustion. What exactly is fun about that?

- Still great but could be better

I have played all of iron hides game and I’m a huge fan of the developer. The game is very fun, but the progression feels a bit lacking. The upgrade tree for towers is smaller than previous games and you will most likely have it completed before you finish the game. For me this is an issue because in previous titles I loved going back on the harder difficulties to earn more stars and continue to put points into my tower skills. There really is no reason here to go back and replay on a harder difficulty. Also, it’s nice having 5 towers to chose from but overall it feels like a downgrade because previously each tower had two options for its final upgrade which left more room for strategy. My final complaint is that for 5 dollars the game seems rather short.

- Bar not as high

The gameplay is there, the great art is there... but somehow this falls short of the other games. It has fewer Easter eggs on the stages, which are generally more static and less interesting overall compared to Origins, Frontiers, etc. The enemy paths also seem less inventive - with fewer mid-level surprises (are there any? I’m about half way through...). The new “mix and match” tower mechanic feels more limiting than anything (you have fewer to work with per round, even when they’re all unlocked). The different upgrade system makes doing other level modes kinda pointless, except to buy one-use items in the shop. I dunno... This is the first game in the series that simply feels like a rehash - and less like a loving effort. That all said, it’s still extremely enjoyable. Ironhide simply set the bar too high for themselves on past games for this one to get five stars.

- Thank you ironhide

This game is great, I think the best of the series (and it’s a phenomenal series). The game is genuinely polished and well made, the care that this studio takes to make mobile games is apparent in this one just like in all on their titles. The thing that really makes me happy about this game is the pay structure. In an era of game developers trying to relentlessly cram monetization down our throats, ironhide does it super well. You can buy everything with real money, including new towers, but what you can buy does not overshadow what you unlock by playing and I felt like they showed me respect while adding more monetization to the game. I bought stuff in this game because I wanted more cool content, not because the game wasn’t fun without it. Awesome game, this studio is the golden goose of mobile games as of now.

- Great ... but not the same

I love this new game and it’s new mechanics. Being able to customize you towers add a much harder part in the game. However, I feel that although this game is good, it is nothing compared to its predecessors, namely origins. The hero’s feel like cheap copies from the other games in the franchise and it just feels that the life and blood of the series, the dark humor and Easter eggs, are tuned down a bit compared to the others. It may just be that I have not spent time to play origins or frontiers in recent years and I just have good memories tied to them, but I don’t think that changes the fact that something feels missing. Overall, yes I highly recommend this game because this series because the series is pure gold and even though I consider it worse then it’s predecessors, anyone would enjoy playing this masterpiece of a game.

- Good but short

I wish it were longer! Also, I played the first KR, and I loved it. This one seems a little off though... like the towers don’t “feel” as powerful. They have pros and cons in an attempt to make them seem more interesting and for more variety, but there was no solid fun combination that I could find. Also, I enjoyed having the option to specialize towers into two different trees. That was cool. Each served a unique purpose. The towers in this game, it seems like it’s hard to tell how they are different from each other. Odd, I know. Also! One BIG gripe I have. The flipping vines that grow up on the towers. I absolutely hate it. It is sooo frustrating on my I Phone. When I tap on the tower to get rid of the vines, the screen moves and I miss the purchase axe button. There must be a way to make the vines more fun, but in their current state, they are absolutely abysmal and not fun. It’s still an over all good game! It looks great. The story is fun, and the Easter eggs are funny. The hero’s in this one are cool too. You could add random encounters on the map as you progress. This would help with the length of the game. Add endless mode? On any level? I didn’t see that anywhere. There were unused areas on the map too. That was a bummer. Just needs more content.

- Paying for Towers?!?!

I have all the kingdom rush games and iron marines which I all loved playing, however this newest installment is different by paying for towers... seriously?! I was completely fine that you had to pay for heroes since it did not majorly affect the gameplay, and it was still do-able with the free heroes. Now I am stuck with either buying heroes or unlocking ALL the towers first,(which is about $23 tax not included). I gave one star just because it was a KR game, another star since the graphics were beautiful, and the third star for the awesome switch as being the “bad guys” in this installment of Kingdom Rush. I really love you creators but when I saw in-game that you made towers an in-app purchase, it just made me sad ;(. If it wasnt for that, then I would have rated it 5/5. Also I checked the in-app purchases on this game on itunes and it doesnt even include purchase costs of towers nor does it list them.

- Just Like Old Times

This whole saga is just amazing, I recently downloaded it after seeing it in an ad and I thought eh whatever, but when I started playing it not only did the upgrade options, cool heroes,concepts, cameos ugh. This game is pact full of memories. The heroes from kingdom rush are now bosses, and the bosses are now heroes... not only that but the people you have to fight are all troops from kingdom rush, frontiers, and even origins. And absolutely love the bone hart cameo, he’s my favorite hero. I’m aware I’m fanboying a little but still. If any of you are OG’s this game will leave a smile on your face on EACH level, and it’s not even bosses nor troops... THE CAMEOS. I don’t wanna spoil any of the GOOD stuff but all the cameos are practically listed in the achievements log. The whole point of this is to say. THIS... GAME, SAGE, FRANCHISE... RULES!!!!!!!!!!

- Amazing, and nothing less than expected..

The Kingdom Rush series of games have all been excellent and Rush: Vengeance is no different. All around amazing game and I'm always looking forward to new additions to the games and the series itself.. As a dedicated veteran of the series I find this game very fun and engaging and would recommend it to anyone who's teetering on the line of whether they want to buy this game or not. P.S. [To Devs] The game itself is amazing, but y'all should give people challenges in order to get the towers locked behind pay walls.. They're not necessarily needed to excel in the game but they're nice additions to anyone's load out into a level. That is my only gripe of the game, so if you guys could put in some way to attain these towers in game or, lower the actual monetary price of the towers themselves.

- Amazing as always

I suppose that I’ve come to expect a certain degree of quality from iron hide’s games and this one does not disappoint. I played through the whole campaign and the addition of tower loadouts make this game feel fresh and new. The idea of playing as the bad guys for once is awesome, though I do hope that sometime in the future we can play as the attackers instead of the defenders. The heroes are awesome, and the towers all feel unique. There are an incredible amount of new enemies, and I’m excited for whatever is next to come for this game. I will admit that there is not much to do at the moment, so I’m hoping that an endless mode is added as well as a few new stages. This has been the case for the other entries in this series. Great job once again guys.

- Missing quality of life

First off I just want to say this game is a huge improvement over origins and is tons of fun. However, I noticed some quality of life was removed and was kind of disappointed. First off, where are the multiple save files? One thing I liked about the previous games is that I could try to complete the campaign with some challenges in mind, such as beating the game with no star upgrades. It was reassuring to do this knowing my main save file was still there. Now you can’t do this anymore. Secondly, what happened to the encyclopedia? In previous games, I liked to read the many bios on the enemies. It’s just not here in this game! Instead, you just have to rely on the one pop up card from each enemy, which is just not enough because you’ll forget each bio in due time. Add these two things back into the game and my review will become 5 stars.

- Good but some minor complaints

Well first of all I don’t exactly mind the fact that it feels like a cash grab since I beat the game without spending anything extra but a few things still bother me like the fact that there is no encyclopedia because of this I found the enemy’s and towers at times quite forgettable as in the other games I could always remember what exactly they could do (plus I liked the small jokes that were sometimes in there) and now onto the next thing, the towers I feel like they all just seem kind of bland I liked how powerful they could be but sometimes they just didn’t feel great playing with, and then that ends my review it’s still a great game and it’s worth the cash but that’s everything I have to say

- Best IOS Game Ever

I played this game on my iPad Mini 2 which handles most new intense graphics games horribly, but with my experience with the older versions of Kingdom Rush. I hoped it would let me have some descent graphics quality even on my lower end device. I was amazing! Best smooth running game I have ever played on my iPad. The levels were entertaining and I never got bored. I was so excited when I passed each level on the campaign and I found myself shouting out loud “LETS GO BABY!” Even my Dad who hardly ever plays games on his phone is super addicted to this game series. When I told him they made the new kingdom rush he was like “Yesss!” 101% work the $5. Hell, I would have payed $15 if I had known it would be this good. To the developers, please make another one soon!!!

- Good but some changes that I am not thrilled with

I have bought all the Kingdom Rush games because they are good fun and my 6 year old likes playing them with me. This one is not different. It was fun to play. I liked the new towers, although I don’t think you need most of the towers. I liked the twist that you were playing the bad guy. Overall, it was fun. What I did not like was the lack of ability to have multiple different games going at one time. In the past versions you could have three games going at once. This allowed me to play my own game, my son to play his own game, and one joint game. I can live without that, although it did bum me out. The lack of additional campaigns and quests after you finish the main game is a real bummer and why I dropped the rating to three stars. In the last versions there were additional campaigns you could play. Those were a lot of fun and are missing from this version. I don’t worry about the in app purchases, we don’t buy any of them. You don’t need any of them. we won the game with all the free towers, I suspect you can do just fine without any of the new towers that were introduced. But losing the additional campaigns is a blow. The game cost the same as the others but has about 1/3 less content in it. Seriously bummed out by that.

- Excellent game; excellent company

I inadvertently played Kingdom Rush I when it came out, and have been addicted to the series since then. With each edition’s distinct features and updates that follow a yet cleverly designed, surprisingly consistent model of game style, this game is, in my humble opinion, the best tower defense game on iPhone and one of the best ever existed. What even adds to the amazingness of this game is the company’s adherence to the old school profit model- the player pays upfront fees, and while there are some in-app purchase options, paying the upfront fee gives you most of the game content and great game experience, even if you choose not to buy the in-app purchase options. Applause to Ironhide. I truly hope to continue playing your game in many years to come.

- Still good ... but different, and I’m old

So. This is a thing, I guess. For six or seven years I’ve been a huge fan of this franchise, and I played the crap out of the original, Frontiers, and Origins. I bought most but not all of the heroes for all three, so I’m pretty well invested here. Vengeance is familiar but different. The core gameplay hasn’t much changed. But the UI aesthetic seems to have taken a cue from the current crop of free to play games. Don’t get me wrong — this isn’t a sleazy money grabbing F2P title. But it kind of looks a little like one now. You can buy towers now. Dunno how I feel about that, but it’s not like there aren’t plenty of free towers in the game so I don’t think it bothers me much. What I really don’t like is that they’ve changed the upgrades. You don’t spend stars, you occasionally level up. And the skill trees aren’t based on towers now, which I suppose makes sense because they’ve added a bunch of new towers. But it makes it less clear what’s going on with the upgrade system. And you don’t seem to get anything for completing the challenges for each board, unlike previous titles (where you’d get one upgrade star). That’s kind of a bummer. Overall ... it’s good? I guess? But I’m not that excited about it.

- Huge fan, but

I have played hundreds of hours of the Kingdom Rush games (the first 3). This installment is OK for one single play through, but there’s something missing that I can’t fully grasp. Towers no longer have dual conversions, so you,re stuck with a single tower to upgrade. Instead, we have more towers to choose from (the good ones are behind a disgusting pay wall), but they must be selected before the match begins. It appears that we have more towers to use, but in reality, we have less options during gameplay. Enemies no longer stand out individually, but rather tend to all blend in together according to their class. In previous installments, enemies stood out. Maps are OK, but not fun enough to replay. No endless versions of a single map (all maps should have an endless mode at this point in game development). It’s a Kingdom Rush game that has lost it’s soul.

- Few games like this

They don’t make games like these anymore on mobile devices. Most games have a pay wall or you have to subscribe to pay. But this game is just that, a full game, with an awesome campaign. So much replay ability and of course if you want to buy different characters and towers, you can, but you are not penalized if you don’t want to. I fully support this developer because all of the kingdom rush games are amazing. If you are still debating buying this game, don’t, it’s an amazing game you won’t regret buying. Plus, they are whole lot cheaper than other less quality games out in the mobile world. Also this game uses the pro motion feature and plays at 60 FPS, so buttery smooth. Thanks Ironhide, keep it up, I love your content.

- Amazing Game, Fun Suggestion

I love this game so much, and it’s been the best out of all the games so far. I really enjoy it, and I have no problems with it at all. I was thinking the other day, about a little twist you could put in the game. I thought it would be a little more fitting with the plot as the player being the bad guys raiding the good guys. I thought about the player being the one sending the troops and trying to get past the defenses. It could be fun, and add a little twist to the gameplay. You could add it as a mini game, or even as a game mode that you could switch to in the settings. Just a fun suggestion. Developers, I hope you read and consider this, because it could be very fun. But overall, this is an amazing game and keep it up!

- Worth 5, hers why

We all hate ads right? I would much rather pay $5 and maybe if I want to, a couple in app purchases to make the game better, and also support the people who made the game! The fact that there are no ads and people are complaining about in app purchases is kinda annoying. Playing as the enemy and seeing it from the enemy's perspective from the original game is pretty creative. The game is challenging and keeps you hooked, not in an hour's at a time hooked but play a couple levels here, do something else and then continue playing. It is definitely a learning game that is very much worth the time you put in! I very much enjoy this game and haven't put this much time in a game since I was younger!

- Worth it

I would pay 5 dollars for few mobile games. But as soon as I saw that this was coming out, I knew I would get it on the first day. This series has been a part of my childhood for years and I believe it should be a part of everyone’s life because Ironhide has really done something nobody else has. In my opinion, each game has gotten better and better and after only maybe an hour of playing Vengeance, I’m blown away. If you’re on the edge about getting this game, throw your worries aside and get it. The amount of new features, fantastic art, and the fact that you get to play as the bad guy, which is in no other Kingdom Rush game, is absurd and has worked perfectly in Ironhide’s favor. Definitely recommend this game!!!

- Disappointing and Uninspiring

TLDR: An uninspired cash grab that seems like it was rushed without much thought on value. Game mechanics are not as well thought out as previous games. Fun while it lasted but replay value is low. I own every KingdomRush and Iron Marines by Ironside; this is by far the quickest play both in terms of challenge (yes I played on hardest difficulty) and content. The heroes are ok, though some of their mechanics are copied from previous games heroes. The third hero to unlock seems like a throw away and underpowered. Previous games have endless challenges and other special stages. There are none of these in the game. Once you’re done ‘Campaign’ you’re done the game. The developer tries to throw some map challenges (the 6 and 1 elite waves) at you using the pay for towers to tease you into buying them. These micro transactions are not micro, some towers coming it at $5 a piece.

- Thank You

.....for creating such an epic game! I remembered the first kingdom rush back in 2011 and I truly admire how you guys have kept your brand integrity. Even in the midst of all the pay to play schemes and loot box gaming, you still find ways to make the game play extremely entertaining and fun! I gladly spent 25 bucks to unlock all towers and heroes because you guys truly deserve it. I am 31 years old now and don't play much games but this is truly amazing. I strive to unlock every achievement and truly enjoy the small little games like whack a mole. Graphics are so detailed and just beautiful. Thank you guys so much for not losing out to the industry but instead kept the standards high on what it means to have an awesome gaming experience!

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- Same fun experience, unfortunately ruined by greed

I’ve been a fan of ironhide studios since the very first kingdom rush was released. I quickly preordered this version and was also constantly checking up on the development processes and any major news updates on the release of this game. So much hype built up only to find a very mediocre game with lackluster gameplay. Echoing others’ main concerns, the game has become a major cash grab. Not only do you have to buy the game (which is pretty steep in pricing) but also the heroes and now, for the first time, towers!! The entire mobile experience costs over $40 and the game actually has even less options than its predecessor - no new tower unlock ability after level 4 and now the stars don’t even matter and mean nothing - still, I’ve completed the game with perfect completion on veteran mode but this was a very sad release with not a whole lot - seems like a step in the wrong direction. I hope this company does not become corrupt like many others and instead hopefully puts its customer base and strong gameplay and storytelling at the forefront of its agenda.

- Great game, stop locking content behind paywalls!

I've been a fan of Ironhide since kingdom rush. They have earned a good reputation due to they're quality level designs and consistently stylised art (as well as humour and plenty of Easter eggs). I bough this one (despite it being the most expensive one yet) as soon as I noticed it was on the App Store due to the goodwill built by previous titles. I knew what I was in for, and they delivered on all the necessities; cheesy lines, fun gameplay, new towers etc. I enjoyed this title more than Frontiers and Origins, as it felt like a direct sequel to the first Kingdom Rush, and it brought a load of nostalgia (with returning characters, musical cues, world map and assets). Despite this, Ironhide shouldn't have locked towers behind paywalls. It felt greedy, and now two aspects of our beloved game (heroes and towers) have had sections removed and become microtransactions (or macrotransactions if you are silly enough to buy them all). Also, Ironhide, please add bonus levels as they are some of my favourite parts of the other instalments. The game is to short at the moment. In the end, I would still recommend this to Kingdom Rush fans, it lost a star for the steep price of entry and then the bevy of expensive microtransactions in the game.

- Amazing sequel again!

Ironhide really knows what people love about their games. Great mix of strategic levels and many ways to beat them. Many achievements and little interactable extras in levels, cheesy lines and just fun overall. Amazing art. Only issues are a slight reduction in crazy enemy abilities/surprising turn arounds in levels(though I’m sure the levels they bring in the future will change that), no enemy stat/ability screen and I kind of miss being able to branch out the fourth level of towers and being able to change my strategy quickly. The enemies do get slightly boring and predictable even when changing areas. Oh look a standard flying/invincible for some time one, a beefy one, one that buffs others, a cannon fodder one etc. but that doesn’t happen too often I suppose, still fun. It’s great that the free heroes are very good and viable on their own even compared to the premium, same with the towers. Do wish you could eventually earn enough gems to buy them, but you never ‘need’ them. Can’t wait to see what ironhide does next! Maybe you’re the invading force against towers in the next game?

- The update with king Polyx is what is needed more of!!!

The general campaign was lacking the diversity of new interesting enemies that I was easily able to counter with the general blocker, mage, and splash. With the small update including the new subsection of King Polyx and his aqua army, I was having to adjust my tactics and was having to think of new ways to counter these new enemies that were difficult to defend against, thus creating a more engaging and immersive experience that brought a smile across my face, as I had to refresh on many occasions, and attempt to defend against the onslaught that smashed my defences on previous attempts. Keep it up Ironhide!

- I love it

With it’s many Easter eggs, cringey lines and astonishing art, Kingdom Rush is finally back with a fine addition to the series borrowing a lot from KR Origins. The new diversity with towers is great and the map is gorgeous, can’t wait to ruin it all as I take over everyone and everything. I think so can probably say that this is the best game in the series and for me making it my favourite tower defence game of all time. Whilst being one of the most changed games in the series, having a few more hero’s to choose from would be awesome (payed for or not) and additional levels would really add to the game. Great graphics, great mechanics, great game I love it.

- Still amazing

No matter how many times I play the Kingdom Rush games prior to this one I still love them. It’s exactly the same with Kingdom Rush Vengeance. I love how they changed the layout of the game and changed the story (POV) and increased the complexity and reward of the game. The graphics have improved once again; the game looks amazing. Vengeance isn’t extremely challenging but some levels push your fortifications to the limits. However, if you need to change the difficulty it is easy to do so. Great for new or continuing Kingdom Rush players. Can’t wait for the sequel!

- Attention Ironhide

Ironhide if you are listening, I’ve already beaten the game and I must say, holy hell you guys know how to make an addictive, fun, and all round incredible game. The graphics, the animation, the sounds are on point with the increasing quality of the kingdom rush series. I’ve been a huge fan of kingdom rush since it originally came out, but this time you’ve gone and made another wonderful game, and I hope that you read this so that I can tell you to keep up the unbelievable work. Good on you.

- Another Kingdom Rush beauty !!

I’ve played them all and really enjoying this one as well. There are so many good points to be made about the Kingdom Rush games but what tops the list is the value, hours and hours of enjoyable gameplay for such a small outlay. Yes it has in-app purchases but you do not need to buy anything to get through the game and have a great time in the process with more than enough variety. Just fantastic work again Ironhide !!

- Best one yet!

Huge fan of the series. I was a little disappointed with the previous game (space themed RTS) but this game is a return to form. It’s massive (11 towers compared to the standard 8). Heaps of unlockables and easily the biggest game in the series. I’ve seen some criticism of the in-game purchases. They’re absolutely optional and not required. I played through and didn’t pay a cent. This is huge game and sure to please fans of the series.

- Same old kingdom rush but less content

The load-out system basically is a cash grab for you to buy new towers. You get 3 hero and rest of them 4 still cost the same price as the game (5$ is the cheapest and 11$ for most of hero’s and towers) Lesser levels, and stars just don’t matter no more. I brought this game because I thought they will allow more heros to be used or all the towers choices will be free (because the game cost more than the other ones) but no~~ same old scam, Also why PC version gets everything for free and mobile need to spend a truck load of money ?

- Great Game

Kingdom rush games were always great, I loved the first gen and Frontiers the most while the wasn’t a big fan of the Origin. This is much better than the origin version. The developers are, in my opinion, still one of the most ethical in terms of how they price transactions; because you are not blocked behind a paywall like most other games are in the App Store. Keep up the great work!!

- Brilliant!

Have been a big fan of the series and happy to say that this entry still has the same fun and challenging formula. I think the addition of more customisation is a great addition and offers more ways to play. The only criticism is the cost of the hero’s. I hope there are special sale seasons in the future. Please keep the updates and sequels coming, there is no better TD game out there.

- Kingdom rush

Like the other games I enjoy this a lot . One thing I don’t like is that you play as the bad guy and it doesn’t follow the other story in the other game. Also I don’t really like how you can choose different towers. The cartoon stile is a little weird too but you get use to. Aside from that this is a great game and another addition to the kingdom rush series

- Amazing Game So Far

Just downloaded this game today and I have had a blast. I have played all of Ironhide’s kingdom rush games and this one is as amazing as the others. The art in this game is stunning (like all their other games) And I love how you select the towers instead of always using the base towers to. 5/5 Definitely get this game if you can.

- A bit of a backward step for Ironhide

By far the least challenging of the entire KR saga. This results in the game not only feeling too short, but makes getting all the achievements a bit of a chore. On top of that, the in-game catch-phrases are not up to the standard I’ve come to expect from Ironhide. All that said, this is a solid game, and I really like the way they’ve split up tower-specialties into their own towers.

- Fun, but with its problems

I love these Rush games and they’ve been quite fun over the years, but this one is lacking somewhat from the previous games. Keeping new towers behind a paywall is rather cheeky, especially with having to pay for the game from the start, and what towers you do have don’t have much variety as they only upgrade to a single version. This one kinda misses the charm that the previous games had. It is fun to play, but there are elements that are missing.

- Well worth it

The effort and polish that has gone into this game is phenomenal. Never disappointed by this developer 😊👌 I’m ever one to really by in app purchases but for anyone that does I can see many of them being worthwhile. More enjoyment from this than most AAA titles I’ve played recently on console. Keep it up!!

- Best DLC so far!

Thank you ironhide for the new DLC. I found myself being over welded with the countless on slaughter of enemies and having to be far more tactical in my gameplay than other levels. All I need to say is I’m looking forward to the next DLC and keep doing what your doing.

- Long time fan and love it but this is overpriced!

Very impressed yet equally disappointed that I had to pay so much to enjoy the game in full. I’ve completed and loved all kingdom rush games but felt this one over charged for the tower/hero add ons. Not everyone can afford to buy both like I have and don’t think it’s fair that others should have to miss out.

- Final boss level bug

This is a pretty good game that I’ve enjoyed but there is a major bug that occurs when veznas summons a demon at the final boss stage. The game just freezes and all progress is lost. If this could be fixed then that would be amazing. Keep up the good stuff iron hide 😁

- This is good

Absolutely the greatest game I have ever laid my eyes upon. I would make love to this if it were real, please Ironhide, make this a reality. This game is just so good. I would pay $9 AUD, I’ll have you know, for this masterclass in mobile gaming. You have truly created something special. Kind regards, Vez’nan

- Please fix this

Hi ironhide first off all I want to say I love the games but if you keep adding new heroes can people who purchased the all heroes pack before the update please get the new heroes as I purchased the all heroes and all towers pack back before the aquatic update and now I don’t have anything from after that update Thanks-

- Love the game, hate the micro-transactions

Love the game as I have loved all kingdom rushes and plan on completing this one fully too! However I hate that you have to purchase towers. I have already payed for the full game so don’t make me buy towers, which are core to the game! I understand the purchasing of heroes but won’t be able to get over the towers

- Kingdom rush is finally back!

I’ve been a huge fan of the series and have played the previous three games on both IOS and PC, it’s my favourite tower defence series 😃 love the new towers and maps in this game so far, its the small animations and details that make this series so fun!

- Best mobile game series

The only problem I have is that the levels are too easy compared to other Kingdom Rush game ( even in impossible mode ) The bone tower need a nerf, the utility and damage it gives for such a low cost is unbalanced.

- Great! But oh no...

Yet another 10/10 for gameplay / graphics / entertainment. However their transaction list has now extended to towers. In a tower defence game if you’re going to ask me to buy the towers to play the game with AFTER the initial price tag, nah thanks. What’s next, pay to unlock the next level. Don’t fall to the micro transactions.

- Keeps getting better and better.

Absolutely great game, ever since the first kingdom rush game I have deep love for this game. Always keeps me engaged and wanting for more and more I get. Great job keep up the awesome work.

- great games always

Kingdom Rush always fun and challenging game at the same time. Play all 4, and every game is unique to each other especially the 4th. great job for the game developer

- Great game! Pay to Play

Excellent game, very addictive. However be prepared to spend another 30-60 bucks to get all the good stuff needed to battle at harder levels. Gets a little repetitive after a while but still good fun.

- Best IOS game

I have always loved the Kingdom Rush saga very much. I think all the games are fantastic! This newest one certainly doesn't disappoint! I would certainly recommend to all!!

- Yet another great kingdom rush

I love this game! This one is a bit harder than the others but that's not a bad thing. It just means it will take longer to conquer and that means more game time! When is the next kingdom rush coming out? I can't wait!

- Cash grab 2

I have all IronHide games and really liked them but unfortunately they get to greedy in this one. Towers you had for free in previous games are now with a little re-design PayWall towers. The maps also offer not much new same old design with slightly different Grapics. To purchase Towers and Hero’s you up for another nearly $50 + the high initial purchase price.

- The greed ruined it.

I have no idea how the developer put everything behind a paywall. The game is playable without those dlcs, but the developers wants more from their own fanbase by locking all the tiny advantages away from people who literally brought the game. As far as I can tell, the game have less than 20 stages while charging people 40 dollars for the premium version, what a genius.

- As good or better than the others!

Devotees of Ironsides won’t be disappointed. Similar set up to make it comfortable for old users, but new set up. Great great game....

- Really good

I’ve played this since I was about 5 and I’ve loved ironhide ever since. These are some of my favourite games and i love them. They could let you make your own level though.

- Loving it!

Absolutely loving this game. Have finished every level on 3 stars, including anurian levels today. Can not wait for future Addons for this game

- Come on guys

I played this game on computer since I was really young and loved then to get the new game on mobile that costs money but you still have to pay for stuff in it like come on there isn’t even a way to unlock them at all other than that gameplays pretty good

- Cost / fun ratio is way out of whack

I had never played any of the Kingdom Rush games before. Huge upfront cost for what this game is, and entirely unjustified for what you receive. Seems like 3/4 of the content is behind a paywall, which adds to the level of frustration of playing the game. There should be clearer warnings for rip off purchases like this. Greedy developer. Avoid.

- Disappointing

Such little content for the money it costs

- Grindy

1st Kingdom Rush game where I feel like I’m being driven to In-app purchases after paying a premium to get the most out of my play through. Pretty bland levels and finishes also. Had some fun but disappointing.

- KingdomCome

Great job on creating another TD app.. i beg to the developer never create anything like iron marines ever.. make a harder td.. love all of your td creation.. xcept that marine.. deleted the game after 30 min

- Please add more stages!

It’s so fun to play and I love all the towers I can play with. The only thing I’d ask for is more stages.

- $$$ to unlock more content

Love the addition to the KR series but these IAP prices seem quite ridiculous especially for a premium game.

- Ok

Good fun game that continues the story well. Levels are a too long and it’s hard to see the heroes health. To me feels like a downgrade from the previous three but still fun and entertaining

- It’s just good, like the others.

The only downside is that there is no enemy encyclopedia.

- The game was CRUSH at the last chapter!!!

It crushes. I have raid the last chapter and faced the giant trooper!!! I was hoping I am at the final battle and going to crush it. Then it crashed. OMG. It crushed. OMG. I am a big fan of your series of games, I bought it and seeking a untold adventure. Unfortunately, it crushes my heart and hope. At the final battle it crushes!!!!! OMG. I'm just 16 years old and my heart is broken.

- Ehhh...

Look... If you want to spend money on the game just to unlock more characters or stuff like that, then this is a good game for you. But to me im a once i spend money to play the game, i dont pay for in app purchases.

- Too expensive

I am a student and I like the game, but the in game purchase is too expensive

- It’s fine.

It’s the same game again with different towers and heroes except most are locked behind a paywall. I would’ve rated higher but the in app purchases are just too much.

- Too difficult without IAP

Yeah its hard and frustrating, more so than any other by this developer even on the easiest difficulty. You wont get far without red crystals to buy ‘use once’ power ups.

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- Review

Very good game worth to pay

- A New Twist w/ Some Flaws

If you want to read an honest review before planning on purchasing this game, take your time to read this: For starters, KR: Vengeance is the fourth instalment of the KR Series, this time playing as Vez’nan’s general in his quest to conquer all the kingdoms after awoken from his long slumber. There are a good variety of new and unique towers (unlocked while playing) to choose from, each equipped with special abilities and ready to take on the do-gooders. There are also (for the first time in the KR Series), premium towers to choose from as well. There are three heroes (unlocked while playing) to choose from: one melee, and two ranged, each with their own special abilities. The rest of the heroes are premium. PROS: Besides the brand new twist or theme of this game, it’s still KR to the core. The huge roster of towers offer a larger variety of ways to set up a solid defence given enough time and practice. In the previous KR games, you can only equip yourself with four different towers, but now you can have five different towers to use at once. This means you can use two of the same type of tower, despite both of them being different from each other, offering more variety to your strategy. Enemies are also plentiful in variety, each with their own set of strengths and weaknesses. The boss fights were great and unique in their own way, particularly the final boss fight. The landscape, visuals, and effects in the game are nice and interactive, giving a comical vibe. It’s still fun and goofy when playing casual, while providing a decent challenge for strategists. The story illustrated through comics was pretty good and funny at times. Lastly, there are a lot of Easter eggs and references of other games or movies to discover, just like in the previous KR games. Try to find them all! CONS: First and foremost, the price of this game. To be honest and for what it’s worth, it’s not that much of a bargain if you’re paying $6.99 CDN for a game and you still have to pay even more (approximately $60+ CDN) to fully unlock the game (all premium towers and heroes). This too goes for all of the KR games and Iron Marines. Everyone would prefer paying a lower price, given the amount of premium content this game (and the other games) has to offer. That way, the pricing is more fair and it makes the games more tolerable to play. Second, for those who want to practice with their strategy more, Endless mode is not available in this game. It’s one of the features that I really missed while playing this game. I’m forced to play the previous KR games to play Endless mode instead. Hopefully it’ll be added back in an update soon. Third, if you want to read some information about your towers and the enemies or bosses you’ve encountered, the Encyclopedia has seemingly disappeared into the void. I’ve looked everywhere but it’s nowhere to be found. Hopefully it’ll be added back in an update soon as well. Lastly, the start wave button (formerly on the bottom-right corner of the screen when playing KR 1 and 2), is not present (same goes when playing KR 3). I missed being able to instantly start a wave with one tap instead of two. Overall in my opinion, it’s not a bad game if you know how to properly plan your strategy with the towers and heroes (non-premium that is) you have at your disposal, as it’s easy to complete this game without using any IAPs. You only purchase premium content if you desperately want to have an edge, or have a ton of money to spare. Nothing else. For those who are not strategists and are looking for a nice fairly-priced casual game however, you will find this game (and the rest of the KR games, not to mention Iron Marines) a bit difficult to tolerate because of the price for the base game and premium content. With that in mind, it’s a fair argument for you to look for another game similar to this instead, even for dedicated KR fans. But if you really want to play this game, don’t use any IAPs as you don’t need premium towers and heroes to beat the game, and practice or get familiar with your strategy. Do both, and you’ll be fine playing this game. You have Vez’nan’s support on that. Maybe.

- More stages

Add some sand stages, or maybe even release 1 more game??????

- Love it

I played kingdom rush for free and I didn’t nuitée it so much that I bought this one! Love it

- Great Game

Can you please add an encyclopedia for the enemies and Towers!? I would be so grateful to you🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾 PLEASE!!!

- Favourite mobile game by a long shot

Man, these guys have mastered the tower defence genre. Played at least 4 of their games, all though they’re all good, this one takes the cake. Well worth the money, balanced and just so fun. Looking forward to future additions to this game and the new ones to come.

- Fun but Greedy

Very fun game but the amount of heroes and towers they don’t allow you to unlock even through the gem system you’ll still need money on top of already paying for the game is quite disappointing.

- Business is business

Great game, but you already pay to play it and then there are so many further cash grabs.

- Kingdom Rush Vengeance

The game is really cool, but can you put all the heroes and towers free... because on a computer it's all included in the game! Thanks you for your cooperation.

- Solid game, but DLC for a paid game?

I love Kingdom Rush, it’s a great game, great concept, and I love the explorations into tower customization. As far as I can remember, the previous iterations were free, and had cost based content. I just wish that if you bought the game, you were getting *all* of the game.

- Keeps me happy in sad times

This game is so fun and keeps me occupied and entertained when I have free time. Love to lounge and play kingdom rush whenever possible. Thanks to the creators of this amazing app/game ☺️

- Best tower defence game ever

I played all the Kingdom Rushes and they are all great. Perfect for the iPhone and I look forward to any update or future KingdomRush games.

- Underwhelming & Cash grabby

Too much content must be purchased Surprisingly expensive despite being extremely similar to the last two games Graphics are really nice GUI layout is nice Difficulty is appropriate I think the target audience is very young

- Kingdom rush vengeance

Game is so good but still confused on when new levels going to be added

- Too short

This game provides 3-6 hours of gameplay (for the main campaign) depending on the player which is way too short for a paid game. Also please add sand stages. P.S. I beat the game in 2 days with normal difficulty.

- Good Game

Very good game which represents Ironhide’s brand and quality. Just wanted to know if there is any further update on this game.

- Huge paywall!!

Wow you guys are crazy I’m getting a refund the whole game is locked you mine aswell make it free to play like charging 10 bucks a hero and tower what are y’all smoking over there lol there so many people who hate your paywall bunch of money hungry developers I guarantee you guys lost like half your fan base making this game what a joke! 😂

- Kind of a letdown

Should have given access to all the towers. That’s why people bought the game. The towers you get for buying the game aren’t very good, and other kingdom rushes you end up with 8 tower options at level 4. Maximum 5 here. Finally... no endless mode. Those foibles drop the rating. Would have been perfect if they had addressed these issues. 3 stars instead of the 5 star review I had hoped to give it. The other ones are much better.

- Shut up and take my money

They did it again! The best tower defense game continues in this awesome sequel. This time your the villain from the first game going up against those pesky do-gooders! I love it! It’s great!

- Fun game marred by excessive IAP

Gameplay is solid. The in app purchases are excessive though.

- Good game but can use work

The game was excellent I really enjoyed it It was a good expansion of the kingdom rush saga but it would be really cool to have a survival mode like in the previous instalments, that is all

- Not perfect but great overall

I understand the complaints of the overall amount of available purchases being pretty high but it’s still minimal compared to super cell or quite a few gameloft games. Around $70 to get everything it has to offer isn’t much compared to the hundreds or even thousands people spend on the other mentioned games. What I will say is I think the game as it is, is a good limit to set for this or future games. The heroes are a little more expensive compared to the previous ones in the series but are awesome. I’d strongly recommend creating a dark slayer or a cavalry dark knight captain kind of hero. There are also complaints of the game being too easy but there’s impossible mode which does present an absolute challenge for sure especially in the later campaigns. I’ve played all the kr games and I’d say my favorite is frontiers in the series but this one was absolutely worth it to me though. I would recommend it. Once you buy the game the available in app purchases are completely optional still. Basically it’s a couple dollars more for the game but those that are fine with paying more for in app purchases, if they want to, have that option and of course it’s not like you have to get all or nothing either. Another recommendation I have is to add the option to be able to adjust the base stats of the heroes. For example being able to give Jigou 100 more hp for about 15 less less damage or making him do area damage while losing his armor. I look forward to seeing more awesome updates!

- Great game, but disappointed.

I have loved all the kingdom rush games, and this one is no exception. However, I’m really disappointed that so much of the content is paywalled by in-app purchases. I would pay $10+ for any of these games in a heartbeat if they just included all the content right off the bat. Charging for gems is fine because it doesn’t take content out of the game. You can still access everything in the shop without paying extra money, if you just play the game. Everything else just feels like I’m being ripped off. I’m very disappointed that you decided to go this direction not only with the heroes, but also with the towers this time. I love your games, but I will not be paying $9.99 just so that I can have an additional tower that I may not even use or like. All the kingdom rush games, and iron marines are great, but it’s such a shame that you repeatedly decide to block content with in-app purchases. With how much extra money you’d have to pay to unlock everything, the base game should be free, or all the content should be included. The new tower system is much worse in my opinion, the only reason there was to change it is so that you can make more money off of us. It’s really a shame that you focus so much on cash when you are capable of making really good quality games. My feelings about this game are very mixed. On one hand, I feel like this really ties together the other three games. On the other hand I can’t help but feel that I am being essentially scammed. I don’t think I’m alone when I say this, if your next game continues with this, I won’t be buying it.

- One of my favourite games

I have been playing the Kingdom Rush games since they first came out and they remain favourites among my considerable app game collection. They are humorous and have many play options. This one is my favourite of all. The ability to create my own tower combinations is fun. When I have beaten all stages at all levels of ability I can create new tower/hero combinations to challenge my abilities. I can make a scenario easier, harder or just play differently. I have read some comments here that the cost of purchasing add on elements is too much (e.g. extra heros and towers), as a software developer I can tell you that games like this are expensive to create, maintain and extend. If you want Ironhide to continue improving their games, as they have been, then they need ongoing revenue. I have seen many other games I have liked disappear from the game store, there can be many reasons for this but the biggest is that they aren’t paying for themselves. I am happy to purchase extras from time to time to help keep my favourites viable.

- A good kindom rush game

I personally like the three others better, but this one is good too. I was very disappointed when i saw that the t3 dark knights didn’t have a high armour... (that’s just nitpicking but who doesn’t want to control the original dark knights from kingdom rush in their full glory?) I really appreciated the kind of antique vibe of the first three (encyclopaedia, duller colors in the interface and map, etc.) and this new look is less my cup of tea. When I launched one of the other Kr, I really had the impression of being transported in a fantastical world (especially in the first one and frontiers), and that’s less of the case here. So if you’re really fond of immersion like me you should definetly go for Kr, Frontiers and Origins before Vengeance.

- Best game in my life

The game has epic music towers hero’s bosses but I wish there would be more free heroes

- Really good

A bit on the pricey side but the sheer thrill of playing as a villain makes up for it in my opinion. One thing that could be improved on is way more content. It’s really fun but a couple of hours of grinding and you’re done!

- Another great tower defense game

Ironhide delivers yet another great tower defense game, I’ve played them all and they are all great and worth there price. Heroes and towers are a little pricey but sales are common to get them for a better price.

- One of the best!

Real quality work and respect for the player went into this game. Well done!

- A step down

KR: Vengeance just isn’t as good as earlier entries. The step up to 60fps is nice but the gameplay just isn’t as compelling. Hoping they come out with an improved sequel.

- Excellent game

Many people complain that this game is very expensive yet the the quality of content you get balances it out so there isn’t much to complain about. The free heroes are really good and the premium ones (pay to play) add a unique twist as they have interesting and fun abilities to toy around with. They are only a couple of bucks max like $10 I think. Regardless the game is not forcing you to buy them they are there for those people who want to try something else. The campaign is fun and engaging and with the bonus levels it adds to the experience in a great way. I’m waiting for the next game to come out as this is an excellent series of games. The kingdom rush series never fails to impress me.

- Dev getting greedy.

I have played all 4 Kingdom games now. With every new release they tend to get a little better. Their main downfall is that they are too short, only around 17 rounds per game and then you can do repeat challenges which are short and feel like a chore. With the 4th release they got greedy. Instead of having your normal tower splitting into 2 fractions, now you gotta pay for additional tower fractions and there is more of them. You pay $6.99 (CAN) for base game, $20.99 for all towers bundle and another $23.99 for all hero bundle...which goes back to my original point, developers are getting greedy. Shame. The up side is the Revenge is longer than pervious games

- Not as good as the last games

Compared to the last games the levels feel weak, the difficulty in the last games felt as though you the player had done something wrong and could fix that with the next attempt but in this game, it feels like you didn’t buy the correct tower to complete the current level and you need to buy something new to complete it (pay to win) compared to all the other titles this is simply a waste of money clearly the developers just made a cash grab game

- No more updates?

Compared to the previous kingdom rush games, the contents seemed to be less.

- Attention spoil

Je fini le jeu et je l’ai adorer mais je n’ai pas compris la fin quand vezn’an va dans la cave et regarde et dis le vrai combat commence. Pourrai-je me faire éclairer ma lanterne

- Yet another crap game

Hey losers..... it’s me just leaving you another bad review again because you games are complete trash.

- I hope I don’t have to buy it again

I am a big fan of kingdom rush series, and I have all kingdom rush games including iron marines. Also, I have brought every heroes of each game. These games are amazing. However, since I have all these games on my iPad, I have to buy it again on my iPhone. That’s the only downside I can think of. Keep up the good work, guys.


Why are we subjected to crazy high costs for things such as a new tower or hero. $6 for a tower? Sigh....

- Good game

This is, in my opinion, the best game of the kingdom rush series. I don’t mind paying $5-$10 for an extra hero or tower when a game is good and to have some more fun. You obviously don’t have to pay to win. The only issues are the challenges. In the other Kingdom Rush games, doing challenges gave you an additional star (to upgrade your towers) and some gems. In this game, only gems which I hate very much as I don’t have as much fun doing challenges as in the other games. Otherwise than that, good job!

- Restore Purchases!!!

This game really REALLY needs a restore purchases option just like the previous kingdom rush instalments. People will spend a lot of money on this game and it isn’t fair that if they were to reinstall the game that it would require you to purchase these things again. The cloud save option is not good enough. The rest of the game however is very well done and enjoyable. However the reason this game doesn’t get 4 or 5 stars in my opinion is the lack of the restore purchases.

- Worth It

Many of these reviews say that this is a bad game, not worth it, but I have played all 4 KR games + Iron Marines and this is another great game in the series! For all those haters that say that there’s too much premium content, that may just be because they aren’t good enough to win without it. A few things though, I wish that you could get both demon upgrades, as well as having the option to buy hero’s/towers with gems, because you can buy gems with money but not towers/hero’s with gems. Also, the new bosses are REALLY underpowered. All in all, this is a great game that’s totally worth it, though don’t buy the premium content unless you really want to and have enough money to comfortably afford it. Keep up the great work, Ironhide, though please consider my suggestions, especially the one about buying things with gems instead of with money. Everyone else, don’t listen to those haters! This is definitely worth it!

- Listen to this

Honestly it's a good game but the thing is why don't you make it so when you upgrade both of the reinforcements demons why don't you make it so one is a demon warrior and the other the thrower also what about the frontiers shouldn't you get revenged on them

- Fix glitch

Please fix the glitch where if im in a game and i get a phone call i dont just freeze up and have to restart all over again

- Great game!

Nice gameplay, I love the idea of tower choices and all the usual Easter eggs hidden in the game. But, I would maybe let the players play a larger variety of heroes without having to pay. Overall, much better game then what other reviews say it is (very strange that App Store only features their bad reviews). Definitely worth buying!

- Great game

I’ve played all the kingdom rush games there all great all I can say is add more levels where you can play with more than one hero love that sh#t keep up the good work :)

- Goo

Good time waster

- Very balanced gameplay

Don’t listen to all the people saying the game is “paywalled”. It’s the simplest situation, you need some sort of micro transactions in a mobile game for the developers to make some of the money they sunk into it back. People keep forgetting, these aren’t free flash games. However, please please please listen to a dedicated fan. Add the restore purchase option. I literally can’t get my stuff that I did pay for. Very disappointed how unfair this feels

- Amazing yet again!!!

Great game, very cool to have tower choices!!

- Really?

You pay for the game, and you still need to pay. 40$+ if you want all towers and hero’s. You shouldn’t be putting your own money on this game if you need to pay more.

- Lost its charm

Waited months for a new update, but the new levels and the final boss are so boring. There’s nothing memorable about them, just enemies with either magic or physical resist, some move fast some move slow, and meat shield bosses that simply slowly move toward the exit. In contrast, I still vividly remember levels and tower abilities from previous KR games, including tower that becomes a giant robot, tower with super sniper range, new path that suddenly appears, a boss that heads straight for the exit instead of following the winding pass, boss dragon, boss King Kong, a volcano that spills lava if you fail to prevent enemies from sacrificing a girl. Even the Easter eggs are more interesting in the old games, including Indiana Jones cameo, alien spaceship, and a memory mini game that rewards gold.... Please be more creative on game design rather than IAP.

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The applications Kingdom Rush Vengeance TD was published in the category Games on 2018-11-22 and was developed by Ironhide S.A. [Developer ID: 558612918]. This application file size is 809.52 MB. Kingdom Rush Vengeance TD - Games app posted on 2022-05-03 current version is 1.12.6 and works well on IOS 10.0 and high versions. Google Play ID: com.ironhidegames.kingdomrush4