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Bloons 2 (iOS, Android)

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Title Screen

Bloons 2

Developer: Ninja Kiwi
Publisher: Digital Goldfish
Platforms: iOS, Android
Released internationally: December 6, 2011 (iOS), November 23, 2012 (Android)

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Unused Graphics

Unlimited Darts button

Bloons2 iOS unlimited darts toggle.png
Sprites for the Unlimited Darts button with both toggles for on and off can be found in the game files, despite the powerup itself never making appearance on the mobile version.

Level Editor sprites

Bloons2 iOS InGame Buttons Highres.png
There are sprites and other files referring to the possible inclusion of a level editor feature to the game. However, for similar reasons to the Unlimited Darts powerup, it got cut due to limited development time and the game's poor commercial success.

Revisional Differences

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Specifically: Does the Android version show the Miniclip screen before or after the Digital Goldfish screen?
iOS Android
iOS title screen Android title screen

The iOS and Android releases have a number of notable differences. They are generally seen on their title screens.

  • There is no promotional art or link for Bloons TD 5 on Android.
  • The Android version has "Rate Bloons 2" in place of where "High Scores" otherwise would be, as the Android version does not have a leaderboards system.
  • As Miniclip is the publisher of the Android version, there is an additional splash screen for Miniclip. The More Games button also opens Miniclip's website instead of Digital Goldfish's.