Kingdom Rush Vengeance

Play Kingdom Rush Vengeance on PC

Published by Ironhide S.A.


  • Last Updated: 2019-10-23
  • Current version: 1.9.0
  • File size: 762.64 MB
  • Works with: Windows 10/8/7 and Mac Computers
Gamer Score: 4.5/5
4.5
From 2,544 Votes

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How To download, install and play Kingdom Rush Vengeance on Pc

To install and play the Kingdom Rush Vengeance on your PC or Mac, we have painstakingly written these instructions to get the game running on your computer. Now follow the 4 simple steps below:


1: Download an Android emulator

The best emulators on the market are - a. Nox App and b. Bluestacks . You can download any of these. Note: You will need at least 1GB of free space on your computer.

2: Install the emulator on your computer

  • Go to the Downloads folder on your computer to locate the emulator application.

  • Install the app.

  • Accept the license agreement.

  • Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application properly.

  • If you do the above correctly, the Emulator app will be successfully installed.

3: Installing Kingdom Rush Vengeance Game on your PC

  • Open your Emulator app. In the search bar, type Kingdom Rush Vengeance and search.

  • You will see the Kingdom Rush Vengeance game icon. Click it.

  • A window will open with your app in it and an Install button on the right.

  • Now, click the Install button and your Game will start downloading.

  • You will see an icon called "All Apps".

  • Click it and to go to a page containing all your installed Games.

  • You will see the installed Kingdom Rush Vengeance app. Start playing the Game.

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App Information

Vez’nan the powerful almighty wizard has returned! Embark on an epic journey as you gather his army and fulfill his devious plans... muahaha. Get ready to show the Kingdom who the real boss is! Fight your way as you conquer the new and the good old realms. Face empires of mighty enemies and clash against supreme bosses in this classic tower defense full of humor and epicness! Features - 18 new towers, each with unique abilities and special powers. - Choose your arsenal of towers and make devastating combinations to stop your enemies! - 25 challenging stages across 5 lands ripe for the taking! - 13 powerful heroes who will follow your command without hesitation. - 60+ deadly enemies that will put all of your wit and tactical skills to the test. - Rush the Kingdom as you bring down 6 mighty Kings in the most legendary of boss fights! - New powers and reinforcements to vanquish your foes. - 10+ trinkets and artifacts for that extra edge in battle. - 30 upgrades to train your army to their best form. - 60+ Achievements, hidden secrets and fun stuff for you to play and discover! - No Wi-Fi at your Dark Tower? No worries, just play offline! Get Lord Vez’nan’s latest news here: https://www.kingdomrushvengeance.com/ Terms and Conditions: https://www.ironhidegames.com/TermsOfService Privacy Policy: https://www.ironhidegames.com/PrivacyPolicy

Top Game Reviews

  • Lost its charm
    2
    By Cut-the-rope lover 365

    Waited months for a new update, but the new levels and the final boss are so boring. There’s nothing memorable about them, just enemies with either magic or physical resist, some move fast some move slow, and meat shield bosses that simply slowly move toward the exit. In contrast, I still vividly remember levels and tower abilities from previous KR games, including tower that becomes a giant robot, tower with super sniper range, new path that suddenly appears, a boss that heads straight for the exit instead of following the winding pass, boss dragon, boss King Kong, a volcano that spills lava if you fail to prevent enemies from sacrificing a girl. Even the Easter eggs are more interesting in the old games, including Indiana Jones cameo, alien spaceship, and a memory mini game that rewards gold.... Please be more creative on game design rather than IAP.

  • Amazing yet again!!!
    5
    By Christian6909

    Great game, very cool to have tower choices!!

  • NOTICE MEEEE🤞🙏🎥☹️😳🎥😒😳 ninja money thing🤑💍
    3
    By happyscrapper84

    Okay now that I have your attention I would like to say GUYS AND GALS You have a greeeeat game just great except for one thing you guys always make another game and for once I would love if you stuck to this one added more kingdoms to conquer made more towers made another mode were you can become the do-gooders and take everything back like maybe you get a new do-Gooder tower ever kingdom you take back like for the northerners could have a barracks type thing bc they strong warriors or whatever just pleaaaase add on to this game and stop making more cash grab games also you could have events were you could earn guys or towers you would normally have to pay to get like complete these three levels with the event tower and two others of your choosing and you get to keep it. HONESTLY I THINK EVERYONE WOULD LOVE THIS APP MORE IF YOU DID THIS SO PLEASE GO DO IT 😃 🙏

  • Great game but extra too pricey
    4
    By JamRod86

    Games are great from this company. Some of best tower defence out there. I don’t like the price points for additional heroes and towers though.

  • Series
    5
    By Ipod237

    Enjoy this game lot. Would like updates for previous games as I have them as well ☺️

  • A New Twist w/ Some Flaws
    3
    By {~DarkCrusade~}

    If you want to read an honest review before planning on purchasing this game, take your time to read this: For starters, KR: Vengeance is the fourth instalment of the KR Series, this time playing as Vez’nan’s general in his quest to conquer all the kingdoms after awoken from his long slumber. There are a good variety of new and unique towers (unlocked while playing) to choose from, each equipped with special abilities and ready to take on the do-gooders. There are also (for the first time in the KR Series), premium towers to choose from as well. There are three heroes (unlocked while playing) to choose from: one melee, and two ranged, each with their own special abilities. The rest of the heroes are premium. PROS: Besides the brand new twist or theme of this game, it’s still KR to the core. The huge roster of towers offer a larger variety of ways to set up a solid defence given enough time and practice. In the previous KR games, you can only equip yourself with four different towers, but now you can have five different towers to use at once. This means you can use two of the same type of tower, despite both of them being different from each other, offering more variety to your strategy. Enemies are also plentiful in variety, each with their own set of strengths and weaknesses. The boss fights were great and unique in their own way, particularly the final boss fight. The landscape, visuals, and effects in the game are nice and interactive, giving a comical vibe. It’s still fun and goofy when playing casual, while providing a decent challenge for strategists. The story illustrated through comics was pretty good and funny at times. Lastly, there are a lot of Easter eggs and references of other games or movies to discover, just like in the previous KR games. Try to find them all! CONS: First and foremost, the price of this game. To be honest and for what it’s worth, it’s not that much of a bargain if you’re paying $6.99 CDN for a game and you still have to pay even more (approximately $60+ CDN) to fully unlock the game (all premium towers and heroes). This too goes for all of the KR games and Iron Marines. Everyone would prefer paying a lower price, given the amount of premium content this game (and the other games) has to offer. That way, the pricing is more fair and it makes the games more tolerable to play. Second, for those who want to practice with their strategy more, Endless mode is not available in this game. It’s one of the features that I really missed while playing this game. I’m forced to play the previous KR games to play Endless mode instead. Hopefully it’ll be added back in an update soon. Third, if you want to read some information about your towers and the enemies or bosses you’ve encountered, the Encyclopedia has seemingly disappeared into the void. I’ve looked everywhere but it’s nowhere to be found. Hopefully it’ll be added back in an update soon as well. Lastly, the start wave button (formerly on the bottom-right corner of the screen when playing KR 1 and 2), is not present (same goes when playing KR 3). I missed being able to instantly start a wave with one tap instead of two. Overall in my opinion, it’s not a bad game if you know how to properly plan your strategy with the towers and heroes (non-premium that is) you have at your disposal, as it’s easy to complete this game without using any IAPs. You only purchase premium content if you desperately want to have an edge, or have a ton of money to spare. Nothing else. For those who are not strategists and are looking for a nice fairly-priced casual game however, you will find this game (and the rest of the KR games, not to mention Iron Marines) a bit difficult to tolerate because of the price for the base game and premium content. With that in mind, it’s a fair argument for you to look for another game similar to this instead, even for dedicated KR fans. But if you really want to play this game, don’t use any IAPs as you don’t need premium towers and heroes to beat the game, and practice or get familiar with your strategy. Do both, and you’ll be fine playing this game. You have Vez’nan’s support on that. Maybe.

  • Pas d’encyclopédie
    4
    By ticococat

    Cool comme jeu mais pas d’encyclopédie

  • Played all their games, this one is the best
    5
    By Poopertonhillmenton

    This game continues to have that great kingdom rush you need. Great customer service! Love it. Play it. Having the ability to choose which towers you use adds a lot of strategy as you can find towers that work well together.

  • Vengeance
    5
    By DTMMM

    Excellent as usual.

  • Good for the price
    3
    By Redstone Jak

    The game is pretty fun at first and it still is but it has some problems. It needs more free heroes because three is kind of a weak number and only two of them are good. It also needs more content because you can beat the game in no time. My solution to this is to bring us back to the free levels back in the first game and have us play as the factions in those levels in a horde mode or something else and also we need horde mode back. Oh and also we all want the book back that was in the other 3 games that tell us what the enemy's are like and their weaknesses.

  • Taking a step back.
    2
    By Tazerface145

    Kingdom Rush has been my most beloved series ever. The art style, the strategy, the heroes, the towers, everything felt so satisfying to play. That being said, I remember hearing vengeance coming out and I was so excited to play it. It came out, bought it right away, then immediately i saw half off all characters and it really rubbed me off the wrong way but it was normal, every game had a paywall behind the characters. However, what was worse was there was 5 towers locked behind a paywall. I mean i’m paying 5.49 for it and i had to pay for towers/heroes. On computer, 50% origins is $9 and you get all the heroes. This game, more than $75 approx just to get everything is flat out ridiculous. The story seems unsatisfying and short. The cool towers are locked behind a paywall and i’m just sad about how kingdom rush has become. It’s not pay2win, i know that, but this game just rubbed me off the wrong way unfortunately. I just have to take this game into consideration next time.

  • Great!
    5
    By Beaks of Wrath

    I love the Rush series, and this is a great new chapter. Thanks Iron Hide team!

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