Samurai Vs Zombies Defense 2 Tips and Tricks Guide: Cheats, Hints and Strategies

Samurai Vs Zombies Defense 2 is a new tower defense game for the iPhone, iPad and Android. It’s a sequel to Samurai Vs Zombies Defense (of course), and while Samurai Vs Zombies Defense 2 doesn’t differ much from its predecessor in the single player mode, it’s the multiplayer mode that adds all kinds of new replay value and really challenges players. Forget about the fake hacks and trainers, and no surveys are required, because you can simply keep reading for some tips and tricks for Samurai Vs Zombies Defense 2!

One of the simplest and best strategies for Samurai Vs Zombies Defense 2 is the old “zerg rush” strategy. Let your mana points charge up, but don’t summon anybody yet. Move forward and hold off the samurai zombies for as long as you can using your melee and range attacks, and your special attacks, and upgrade your summon points when you can. Then, let them build to about 20 and send an endless flood of farmers at them.

This works as long as your adversaries are mostly ground fighters. If you have majority air enemies, though, add in another cheap (and ideally, heavily upgraded) troop, such as the farmer on stilts, as needed. The cheap troops and (later on) the more expensive troops that you unlock later are the best, while the middle troops tend to be the most useless.

Sick of waiting for enemy souls to recharge? Easy, simply set the time ahead by an hour or two and they will recharge by a corresponding amount, so that you can fight constantly in the multiplayer mode, and complete collections WAY quicker than you would be able to otherwise. Spend you coins and your gems wisely, preferably to upgrade your troops as they are the ones who will hold back the opposing enemies, break through them, and attack the other player’s gate.

Your character tends to attack pretty slowly whether he or she is using his ranged or his melee attack. Tap to one side or the other AS SOON AS your character launches either one of their attacks, and you’ll be able to attack nearly twice as quickly, because tapping negates the “follow through” of the attack and starts the next attack again right away.