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Toy Defense 2 Game

Lead your army to the Victory in Toy Defense 2!



Feel the spirit of World War 2 in the new action strategy game, Toy Defense 2! Take part in various missions in a range of theatres of war from picturesque Normandy beaches and forests to the North African deserts. Epic battles are waiting for you! Recruit troops, upgrade and manage units to create your own powerful army! Defend your base, fight off the invading enemies and develop your own winning strategy!

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Toy Defense 2 Game Features:
  • Classic tower defense gameplay
  • 72 levels of action packed play across 3 worlds
  • Two play modes: casual and hard
The outcome of the war is in your hands!

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Katherine, Friday, 09th of October 2015, 03:25 PM, #5
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Devi, Tuesday, 05th of November 2013, 07:02 PM, #3
Hello M!Well first, you need to consider which type of film you will be using. Basically there are two types of films you could use, eihter the 120mm (a.k.a medium format film) or the regular 35mm film. This shouldn't be a problem since medium format cameras such as Holga & Diana can be modified to take a 35 film, and to me that's an advantage.I haven't tried the supersampler yet. It looks mighty fun But I wouldn't recommend it a lot since there isn't much of modifications you can do to it unlike the Diana.As for the fish-eye camera, I would suggest getting a instead of the whole camera. This way you can have both a regular and a fish eye camera at the same time. Assuming that you live in Kuwait, keep in mind that medium format films aren't very accessible here. As a matter of a fact, I only found one place that still sells 120s but they only had one kind film & unfortunately it was Fuji pro 160.Since you're new to photography, I would suggest eihter getting a or a with their (just in case you wanted to use a regular film) and get your film supply from .If you have any more questions, feel free to ask. I'd be glad to help a future fellow lomographer -Nada
Alexis, Thursday, 31st of October 2013, 05:58 AM, #2
Hello Russell!First and foremost, I'd like to apoilgoze for the very late reply. Again, I'm terribly sorry!Two things you need to consider before getting a film camera:1) Which type of photography you would like to practice.2)What kind of film would suit you the most.You can then choose you camera accordingly.Plastic cameras are fairly cheap. You can get them at very reasonable prices on eBay. I would suggest Lomography.com, but their prices are a bit expensive compared to the rest. Anyways, I'd suggest you check with your local photo lab to see the types of film they develop. You wouldn't want to get a medium format camera (cameras that use 120mm film) until you know for sure you can get your 120s process at your area. Getting them shipped and returned would cost a lot!I would suggest getting either a Diana or a Holga, if you are interesting in experimenting with photography. These two cameras will definitely help you find, and develop your own unique style as a photographer, and since they don't cost an arm and a leg (like your average DSLR) you can modify your little plastic camera however you please!I've heard some very excellent stuff about the Lomo LC-A+. Great 35mm camera. Recommended for starters.There are plenty of other cameras which you can find, again, at lomography.comAll of the pictures above were taken from their online store.I'm really glad that you're showing interest in film photography at a young age Film, in my opinion, requires more practice than digital photography. Granted your first couple of rolls might be either severely over exposed, or underexposed, but with practice, you might be the next HCB!I have tried, and loved Hipstamatic, but nothing beats the real deal ;p! Also, check Instagram. I'm sure you'll love it! And if you create an account there, let me know. I'd love to see the pictures you take, Russell. I'm more active on Twitter, so if you want, you can reach me there. I'll be able to answer your questions instantly. Hope I was somewhat of a help to you, and happy holidays!-Nada
Ajimudin, Thursday, 31st of October 2013, 04:39 AM, #1
Hello Russell!First and foremost, I'd like to apiolgoze for the very late reply. Again, I'm terribly sorry!Two things you need to consider before getting a film camera:1) Which type of photography you would like to practice.2)What kind of film would suit you the most.You can then choose you camera accordingly.Plastic cameras are fairly cheap. You can get them at very reasonable prices on eBay. I would suggest Lomography.com, but their prices are a bit expensive compared to the rest. Anyways, I'd suggest you check with your local photo lab to see the types of film they develop. You wouldn't want to get a medium format camera (cameras that use 120mm film) until you know for sure you can get your 120s process at your area. Getting them shipped and returned would cost a lot!I would suggest getting either a Diana or a Holga, if you are interesting in experimenting with photography. These two cameras will definitely help you find, and develop your own unique style as a photographer, and since they don't cost an arm and a leg (like your average DSLR) you can modify your little plastic camera however you please!I've heard some very excellent stuff about the Lomo LC-A+. Great 35mm camera. Recommended for starters.There are plenty of other cameras which you can find, again, at lomography.comAll of the pictures above were taken from their online store.I'm really glad that you're showing interest in film photography at a young age Film, in my opinion, requires more practice than digital photography. Granted your first couple of rolls might be either severely over exposed, or underexposed, but with practice, you might be the next HCB!I have tried, and loved Hipstamatic, but nothing beats the real deal ;p! Also, check Instagram. I'm sure you'll love it! And if you create an account there, let me know. I'd love to see the pictures you take, Russell. I'm more active on Twitter, so if you want, you can reach me there. I'll be able to answer your questions instantly. Hope I was somewhat of a help to you, and happy holidays!-Nada
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