Tower Defense Fun with Nyanko War

Nyanko War Game Review

Nyanko war is a popular tower defense game that has reached over 80 million downloads. It is published by PONOS and was first released in November 15th, 2012 as The Battle Cats (Niyanko Da Zhan Zheng / Nyanko Great War).

Rooting a phone can allow you to use cheat apps for the game. However, this is a risky procedure that should be done carefully.


Futari de! Nyanko Daisensou, or The Battle Cats for the western release, is an amazing free-to-play mobile game that can be enjoyed by everyone. It is a tower defense and casual game that was developed by PONOS Corporation. The game first launched in Japan on November 15, 2012, with Android support following later in the same year and it has since garnered over 80 million downloads!

The controls are simple, with the left stick and control pad fulfilling similar functions in selecting which of the 10 units to send into combat (the cats movements are all automated). The ‘L’ button operates the Worker Cat who increases the money level needed to reproduce the cats and ‘R’ operates the Cat Cannon. This powerful weapon is like a special move in fighting games; it can be released by digesting the accumulated gauge, and will change the character’s attribute to that of the user.

The Battle Cats is very popular all over the world, with people from all corners of the globe playing it! The game also offers the opportunity for those who played it in the past to start anew.


In nyanko war, you’ll meet a bunch of different characters. The main character is Nora, a witch cat that has the power to turn into a human. Other key characters include Tank Cat, a military-themed cat, and Nekomander, the leader of the cats’ army.

One of the best aspects of the manga is Midorikawa’s emphasis on slow-burn character growth. It’s a real testament to her skill that Natsume’s trust in others is built over time through small gestures rather than huge acts of bravery.

The story also features a bunch of interesting supporting characters, including the Sailor Animamates (Sailor Iron Mouse, Sailor Aluminum Siren, Sailor Tin Nyanko, and Sailor Heavy Metal Papillon), who are actually the rightful Sailor Guardians of their planets but were murdered by Galaxia to take her place. Chibi-Chibi, the young girl who appears to Usagi, is another recurring character.


The story begins with the 7th Company en route to Korea. Wanli enlists in the army against his family’s wishes, only to find himself being bullied by other members of the regiment. The film then cuts to 15 September 1950, the day that General MacArthur announced war against North Korea.

Lei Suisheng then finds himself defending a field hospital near Lanzerath, Belgium as the Battle of the Bulge is underway. This stilted, herky-jerky tale of Yankee heroism was written and directed by, and stars, Steven Luke, who was formerly best known for his work in Second World War drama Wunderland.

Nyanko Daisensou is a mobile free-to-play tower defense and casual game developed by PONOS, which features Evangelion characters such as Shinji, Rei, and Asuka reimagined as cats. It has several rereleases, including the 3DS’s Tobidasu! Nyanko Daisensou and the PC’s Minna de Nyanko Daisensou and a Switch version called Hutari De! Nyanko Daisensou (!, “Together! Nyanko Great War”), which has over 55 million downloads as of November 2020.


Nyanko War has multiple endings depending on the player’s actions. A video of one ending reveals that the moai head enemy from the Easter Island level is a reskin of Le’boin or Teacher Bear, while the wall-shaped bear appears to be a reskin of Tank Cat. The missile bear is also identical to Cow Cat, though it does not attack rapidly like the latter. The enemies on the enemy base also appear to be pulled from Nyanko Great War, but the stage designs were probably created specifically for this game.

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Tower Defense Fun with Nyanko War

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