Toy Rush Review (ASUS FonePad 7 FE375CG): Tower Defense With a Twist, Collectible Cards and More (Video)

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  • 28 Aug 2014
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  • Since we got to have a bit of fun with the ASUS FonePad 7 FE375CG, we also decided to test a game on the device. The game is called Toy Rush, it’s available for free in the Play Store. This one is a tower defense title, that resembles Clash of Clans a slight bit and also Royal Revolt 2. It’s also a collectible card game title.

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    We get a bunch of single player missions, where the aim is to beat some quirky characters and attack their base. There are turrets facing you and you’ll use a series of collectible playing cards, that once laid on the board, will trigger a series of 3D critters that will attack the rival base. There’s also the occasional powerup playing card, special monsters that have to be fed cards to evolve and more.

    That’s the offensive side of things, but there’s also defense, involving a series of turrets, that have to be placed smartly on the map next to your base. The game has two currencies, tickets and caps, with the latter being harder to achieve. The cards you use are achieved at random, after paying about 200 tickets and getting a small envelope with random cards inside. You’ll use units like flying unicorns, robots, an ogre, evil toads and all types of childish toys one can imagine.

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    There are timers associated with upgrades and with the Super Card ogre getting his nap, plus you can also battle real life players in the PvP mode. There’s not very much strategy here, since the game is pretty straight forward, but it’s still pretty fun. We give Toy Rush an 8.5 out of 10 and you can download it here.

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