On top of having a placeable tower, another type of Banana Farm exists in Bloons Monkey City. In a player's city, it is a city building that generates City Cash, used to upgrade the player's city. By default, a Banana Farm produces up to 500 at a time, but it can be upgraded to have a greater capacity. Each Banana Farm placed in the city allows one more Banana Farm to be placeable in-game, provided they have the Micro Agriculture Development Building unlocked too (unlocks at City Level 15+).
In Bloons Monkey City you must build your humble town into a bloon busting metropolis, a centre for all that is monkey, and stop the inevitable horde of bloon-kind barrelling through your city walls. Expand your empire by farming bananas, constructing super sized vivariums for your monkey recruits, stomping over the wild bloons in the wilderness beyond and researching powerful upgrades for extreme bloon poppage.
The objective of the game is to build and expand a city by capturing tiles. To capture a tile, the player must defend against waves of bloons using towers and survive with at least one life remaining. When a player first starts Bloons Monkey City, they will start off with 2 Dart Monkeys; however, more towers can be gained by purchasing a tower's specific building and placing it on a captured tile. You can also unlock upgrades different from most Bloons games. To unlock these upgrades, you must spend City Cash to research them in upgrade buildings, although some require special buildings such as the Centre Of Camo Countermeasures.
Players are presented with a germinal town that looks out on an area that disappears into darkness, an area that is "just waiting to be explored". Players are urged to get rid of pesky bloons and expand their city. They can do this by placing monkeys strategically around Tracks that pass through the various territory tiles. The challenge they face is to stop the bloons from breaking through.
Tiles at a greater distance from the initial location of the city present increasing levels of difficulty with more rounds and stronger bloons. When hovering the cursor over a new piece of land, the highest-ranked bloon will be shown. However, there are also tiles with multiple bloons shown, suggesting higher-ranked bloons than actually shown.
A new update was released on October 10, 2014, featuring the option of starting a new city in a new Bloon Dunes land. The first land is now named Grassy Pass. In Bloon Dunes there's new special missions, new items, new tracks and includes the new Engineer Workshop that brings access to the Monkey Engineer by the first time on Bloons Monkey City. This new city can be unlocked at rank 15 in the first city. Also, there are new artworks featured for the different towers, and D.D.T.s can be sent in Monkey vs Monkey.
Trivial is the easiest difficulty in Bloons Monkey City. The player has the option of skipping it (reds cannot be skipped in the mobile or Windows 10 edition), gaining no bloonstones and no XP, or playing it for half of the normal XP. It is represented by a single green dot (the shade of green is noticeably lighter than the green of the Easy difficulty). Trivial tiles are nonexistent when the city is first created, so players must keep an "Easy" tile on their map as they are leveling up. When a certain city level is reached, the difficulty on the "Easy" tile(s) will drop to a "Trivial" tile.
The main currency used in this game is city cash and it used to purchase buildings and unlock upgrades. Bloonstones are also a currency and can be used to finish the building process of a building, increase city cash, or to increase Bloontonium power.
At the very start of the game, the player starts out with50. Bloonstones are not a requirement for building and expanding your city; however, they are needed for tier 3 and 4 upgrades and are very useful. In the Mobile version, no bloonstones are needed for researching Tier 3 or Tier 4 upgrades.
Another feature of Bloons Monkey City is to be able to attack people. The highest level of Bloon is chosen, according to the amount of Bloontonium and the highest bloon you have researched, although the rounds are computer-generated. When the receiver of the attacker gets the attack, it's placed on the lowest XP tile they have. The receiver of the attack has to defend the tile with nonstop rounds (like Apopalypse Mode in BTD5); if they lose then the money is stolen from their town and random buildings are temporarily disabled (buildings are not disabled on mobile) which can often be frustrating. Also, there is a 1-day time limit. If they do not defend their city in a day, then they lost, but in the battle history, the track picture is replaced by a 'Time expired' picture on a stopwatch with a monkey pointing to it. This time, players won't get bloontonium because they didn't defend their city in the first place.
Create, upgrade, and build your very own Bloons Monkey City in this groundbreaking blend of city building and tower defense awesomeness!Take back the wilderness from the invading bloon hordes and pop your way from a modest settlement to a thriving metropolis. Attack bloon-infested territory adjacent to your city, win a short tower defense game, and add the captured territory to your city as a space on which to build. Buildings are the heart of your city, and each one has a specific purpose - individual monkey towers for battle, upgrades for those towers, farms and banks to drive your economy, power to give electricity to your city, epic buildings for epic powers, and a lot more! Every time you build, your city looks cooler, you increase your power potential in tower defense play, and you open up even more rewards and challenges. 2b1af7f3a8