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Tracks in the BTD series are paths which bloons travel on. There are many tracks to choose from, with the difficulty of each determined by factors including but not limited to the number of Bloon entrances, number of paths and the length of these paths. Most tracks did not have a specific name until Bloons Tower Defense 4.
Bloons TD 1 TrackEdit
In the original Bloons Tower Defense, there is only one track and no selection of difficulty. The Bloons come from the left and go up to the top. The Bloons are also very off-centered in BTD1.
The track is the very first track in the Bloons TD series. The terrain is grassy; the grey paths look like stones. There are no trees or water.
Bloons TD 2 TrackEdit
In Bloons TD 2, there are 3 tracks rather than 1, with each track level determining the difficulty.
The Easy Track in Bloons TD 2 is, as its name suggests, relatively easier than the others. Bloons appear from the left and exit at the bottom, on white paths.
The Medium Track has the same terrain as the BTD1 track, being grassy and having same color of paths. Bloons start from the top and exit at the bottom.
The Hard Track is the most difficult of the three tracks, with two intersecting paths. It is most likely located in a desert; the paths are grey.
Bloons TD 3 TracksEdit
There are 8 tracks in BTD3. The final four tracks are only available if the game is played on the Ninja Kiwi website.
Bloons TD 4 TracksEdit
In BTD4, there are 9 default tracks and 7 premium tracks.
Bloons TD 4 Expansion TracksEdit
The Expansion offers 4 new tracks alongside the 7 premium tracks from BTD4:
Bloons TD 5 TracksEdit
These are the lengths of different tracks in Bloons Tower Defense 5. Track lengths are measured in RBS (red bloon seconds i.e. the approximate time taken in seconds for a red bloon to complete the track). Also, as some Intermediate, Advanced and Expert tracks have multiple paths, the time listed is the shortest path.
These tracks have a Monkey Money reward of 75 on Easy, 100 on Medium, and 150 on Hard.
- Monkey Lane: 60 RBS
- Park Path: 60 RBS
- The Rink: 62 RBS
- Space Truckin': 64 RBS
- Z Factor: 62 RBS
- Brick Wall: 63 RBS
- Alpine Lake: ?? RBS (co-op restricted)
- Fireworks: 76 RBS
- Pumpkin Patch: 69 RBS
- Roswell: 68 RBS
- Maze: 74 (shortest route)
- 3 Times Around: 27 RBS
- Skull Peak: ?? RBS
- Lobby: ?? RBS
- Express Shipping: ?? RBS
These tracks have a reward of 150 on Easy, 200 on Medium, and 300 on Hard.
- Snake River: 36 RBS
- Bloon Circles: 33 RBS
- Archipelago: 37 RBS
- Dockside: 31 RBS
- Slalom: 47 RBS
- Haunted Swamp: ?? RBS (co-op restricted)
- Jungle: 28 RBS
- Country Road: 35 RBS
- Lava Fields: 22 RBS
- Ice Flow: 16 RBS
- Water Hazard: 23 RBS each path
- Pyramids: ?? RBS
These tracks have a Monkey Money reward of 225 on Easy, 300 on Medium, and 450 on Hard.
- Mount Magma: 28 RBS
- Switch: 26 RBS
- Lightning Scar: 27 RBS
- Downstream: 17 RBS
- The Eye: 17 RBS each path
- Cash Money: 17 RBS each path (co-op restricted)
- The Great Divide: 22 RBS each path
- Scorched Earth: 23 RBS each path
- Rink Revenge: 13 RBS each path
- Dune Sea: 21 RBS each path
- Candyland: 25 RBS each path
These tracks have a Monkey Money reward of300 on Easy, 400 on Medium, and600 on Hard.
- Clock: ranges between 41 RBS at 1 o'clock down to 27 RBS at 12 o'clock
- Castle: 13 RBS
- Death Valley: 9 RBS bottom route, 18 RBS upper route
- Drag Strip: 25 RBS
- Spider Map: 17 RBS (co-op restricted)
- Tunnels: 52 RBS
- Tree Tops: 18 RBS bottom route, 23 RBS upper route
- Runway: 15 RBS left path, 10 RBS right path
- Down The Drain: ?? RBS
Unlike other tracks, these tracks cost Monkey Money to play rather than reward for Monkey Money for completing.
- Main Street: 13 RBS, 25 MM required
- Bloontonium Lab: 12 RBS (bottom route is shortest), 50 required
- Tar Pits: ?? RBS, 50 required
Bloons TD 5 Deluxe TracksEdit
In BTD5 Deluxe, there are 50 tracks:
Bloons TD Battles TracksEdit
In Bloons TD Battles, there are 21 tracks in total:
- Bloontonium Mine
- Hydro Dam
- Pyramid Steps
- Pumpkin Patch
- Battle Park
- Ice Flow
- Yellow Brick
- Battle River
- Water Hazard
- Indoor Pools
- Ink Blot
Bloons Monkey City TracksEditIn Bloons Monkey City, Tracks are handled a bit differently than the rest of the series. You can't choose freely what track you want to play, but rather, each tile has a track associated with it, and you'll have to beat the track to expand your Monkey City to that tile. The Tracks also don't have official names for each individual one, but fan-made names have been made for each of the Tracks. Once you also beat a track, it'll be added to the 'My Tracks' section of 'Monkeys and Tracks', meaning you can play on that map whenever you want. To play on the map using that, you click on the map you want to play on, select the dificulty, and also choose if there's extra Regen/Camo bloons, and change what MOAB class bloons come at the Impoppable difficulty if you chose that difficulty.