Toon Blast

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By Peak Games

  • Category: Games
  • Release date: 2018-07-02
  • Current version: 3110
  • Adult Ranking: 4+
  • File size: 239.13 MB
  • Developer: Peak Games
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. or Android KitKat 4.4, Lollipop 5.0, Marshmallow 6.0, Nougat 7.0, Oreo 8.0, Android P 9.0 or later

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How to download, install and play Toon Blast on your PC and Mac

If you want to install and play the Toon Blast game on your PC or Mac, you will need to download and install a Desktop App emulator for your computer. We have worked diligently to help you understand how to use Toon Blast for your computer in 4 simple steps below:


Step 1: Download an Android emulator for PC and Mac

Ok. First things first. If you want to use the application on your computer, first visit the Mac store or Windows AppStore and search for either the Bluestacks app or the Nox App . Most of the tutorials on the web recommends the Bluestacks app and I might be tempted to recommend it too, because you are more likely to easily find solutions online if you have trouble using the Bluestacks application on your computer. You can download the Bluestacks Pc or Mac software here


Step 2: Install the emulator on your PC or Mac

Now that you have downloaded the emulator of your choice, go to the Downloads folder on your computer to locate the emulator or Bluestacks application.
Once you have found it, click it to install the application or exe on your PC or Mac computer.
Now click Next to 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.


Step 3: Toon Blast game for PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and look for its search bar. Once you found it, type Toon Blast in the search bar and press Search. Click on Toon Blast game icon. A window of Toon Blast on the Play Store or the app store will open and it will display the Store in your emulator application. Now, press the Install button and like on an iPhone or Android device, your Game will start downloading. Now we are all done.
You will see an icon called "All Apps".
Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed Games.
You should see the Toon Blast icon. Click on it and start playing the Game


Step 4: Toon Blast for Mac OS

Hi. Mac Gamer!
The steps to use Toon Blast for Mac are exactly like the ones for Windows OS above. All you need to do is install the Nox Application Emulator or Bluestack on your Macintosh. You can get bluestacks here .


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Toon Blast: Descriptions and Gameplay

WELCOME TO THE FUNNIEST CARTOON PUZZLE ADVENTURE! From the creators of Toy Blast comes the ultimate puzzle game with unique gameplay and endless fun! Enter the crazy cartoon world starring Cooper Cat, Wally Wolf, Bruno Bear and enjoy loads of whacky and challenging levels! Blast cubes and create powerful combos to pass levels. Solve puzzles to help the Toon gang as they travel around magical worlds! Join the wildest adventure of your life and have a BLAST! FEATURES: ● Complete tons of challenging levels and unlock new episodes! ● Play with unique game objectives and dozens of entertaining obstacles! ● Unlock whacky boosters to blast your way to the next level! ● Collect stars by completing levels to win awesome rewards! ● Create your own team & compete with others to rule the puzzle world! ● Receive lives from your teammates to keep on playing! ● Sync your game easily between your phone and tablet! ● Easy and fun to play yet challenging to master!

Game Reviews

  • Fun Times For All Ages!

    4
    By AKBadBoy1
    Okay, so I played this game and "TOY BLAST", and found them to be entertaining with very crisp and colorful graphics. Like most games on our planet that offer things helpful to players at a cost (extra lives, bombs, etc), these games hedge ever so slightly in favor of the house. Now this is not to say that you must buy any of the "helpful items" in order to play. In fact, these games are more giving than many of the others. I noticed that the "rules of the roost" are out that forbids cheats and hacks, and I'm all for that. I mean why should online hackers cheat while us honest people have to play by the rules? There are still more than a couple of tweaks that need to be addressed that make it look like the house is cheating, but I presume those will be addressed in a short while, right guys? One thing that those of us who have hand tremors would like to see, and that would be a "I Take That Move Back" button. I don't know how many times I have growled at my phone and touch pad, threatening to use them as "skeet", but cooler heads always prevail. I'll hold on to the Fifth Star until that feature is implemented. "Toon Blast" seems to be the easiest of the two games mentioned, but because you WILL run out of lives and have to wait for regeneration, you can jump back and forth between the two. All in all, they are fun to play in an addictive sort of way. Have fun and peace out everyone!
  • Cliche, bad game

    1
    By my honest rating
    This is a very cliche game where it uses all of the same tools and design, but skinned it a bit and so on. There is no real point to this game, besides the reason that they just burst bubbles, crates, and blocks. They also rescue the ducks, which is a skinned version of any of the other game’s toys are animals. Please do realize that a lot of people really know this is true. Delete this game, please. All of those 5 star reviews should be fake unless this is the first type of game they have encountered. As so as the money problem in this game. I have seen that people have been spending quite a bit in this game to make it more possible and “fun” for them to get through a level. But, indeed, I played until level 102 or so. This was the check out all the same features it has like any other game like this. To add on, people who think this is not a cliche, I am sure that this game was created after the original ones, which I do not play since it is not my type of game. It’s rather how many ads are on this game and how stupid it is to think that people have played this when there is the original, but still fun, games using this layout as well. If you play this game, I understand that you may like it, but I just want to put a warning for the people who may agree. I give this game a strait on fail in creativity and a half fail on fun. Thanks for reading and I hope it gives you a point.
  • Cost to much to play

    5
    By Apachekid747
    This game is addictive and very expensive to play. At first you enjoy the music and the graphics is outstanding for a game. However once you get to the upper levels you have to pay to get more objects to help you win. this is by far the most expensive game I have ever played. They do not give you enough bombs and other things to play to higher levels I have decided to delete the game because it is addictive goodbye toon blast, until you fix that asking for all that money I’ve spent close to $75. That alone should have gotten me the game with unlimited explosives and or a whole bunch of other things. I’m stopping at level 150 by that time the other writer said you need luck actually you need money because the colors will not change or slip so that you can continue it doesn’t give you enough time and it doesn’t give you enough life to continue so either you buy more weapons to win or you’re stuck on the same level and it won’t change I’ve waited nearly 2 weeks for something bad to happen I finally had enough so as I said before goodbye to glass great graphics nice game but you’ve taken enough of my money.
  • Total crap

    1
    By samsara3-3
    I’m giving it one star, Only because I must! As others have said this game actually cheats! Also, as others have said, it’s fun for a few hundred levels and then it’s just totally impossible to progress without paying. The developer of this game, Leap, should be ashamed. I don’t understand why they think we’re stupid and can’t see that the algorithm is totally in their favor at all times. A game should be fun not stressful and frustrating as this one becomes. Originally, I told all of my friends how much fun this game is… We all played and we all progressed to a point...but Then it became impossible to not see all the “weird and unusual” things that were happening within the game! If you’re paying any attention at all it’s impossible not to see all of the cheats that are happening. And the constant manipulation to get you to spend money is so blatant it’s almost funny! Now all of us are telling everyone we know to stay away because this is a total crap game! Leap needs to rethink their strategy for making money… Because this game set up is not the way to do it. The developer is the idiot, not the players… Read your reviews, Leap, it’s quite obvious people see what’s happening and no one that has a brain and has played the game for any amount of time past the first couple hundred levels is pleased! As for me, at level #878, this game has been DELETED
  • Toon blast

    5
    By Ihslam 12345678910
    It is amazing it's so fun and cool it I could I would play all day I wish I could play for ever actually and I want to play all day and all night but I have to sleep at night and I have to do things that day I think this game is amazing it's awesome and I think everybody should have it in the entire world but not everybody likes things with the skin but I do it's a puzzle and I have a lot of puzzle games but doesn't matter what it is it's so funny because there's bombs a Rockets and the rainbow thing and it's amazing like I mentioned before but not all the time I can play sometimes I make brownies sometimes I might get grounded or sometimes I might have to play outside or do something cool but this is absolutely my favorite game ever like all add up all my puzzle games I have this is the best puzzle game of ever ever had at my iPod and my iPad and it doesn't matter what people like I like this one and a whole lot of people like this game I bet but not everybody likes this game but I do and I bet all the other people that like this game are in love with it absolutely in love with it and everybody should have this game bye.
  • My review of toon blast

    4
    By Brynnybrynnbrynn
    Toon blast is a fun but hard and challenging game. So any one who loves challenge and hardness get the game!! But this can also be Frustrating so that’s why I rated it it four stars because it can be very fun. But also very challenging. So I just want to tell the truth about toon blast. Because I think people should get a game they like not just on a channel. Because the Channel doesn’t even show you that you have moves. You can feel really frustrated when you don’t win all the time so just get the game if you love it. Don’t feel sorry for the game if you don’t like it and rated it at five even though you hate it. Delete it if you don’t like it get it if you want it the game doesn’t control you. But it can also be fun so just keep that in mind that’s why I am keeping it. Also rated it a four because it’s challenging! And Fun! You do get to meet cute characters and a really amazing and they’re awesome they have a cool names like Bruno bear or Wally wolf and cooper cat!! Get this game if you like challenge. I myself love challenge so that’s why didn’t delete it even though I rated it a four.
  • Okay....Fun at First

    2
    By Misticfoe
    This game is fun at first, and, yes, very addictive. However, as you progress, you’re not going to get through any levels very quickly. It teases, and tries to get you to spend lots of money. I do not. I have however purchased one piggy bank. But, I’m not dropping hundreds of dollars on a mobile game, that’s insane. It will eventually be nice and let you through levels. And, the challenges are ridiculous. You’ll never get anywhere on them unless you spend lots of money, which defeats the purpose of the challenge. Folks that win the challenges either have to be spending lots of money, or using cheats (if those really exist), OR it’s the developer running the stars up hoping people will spend money to “try” to win. (On the individual challenge So) I don’t believe that anyone can get 90+ stars in a matter of minutes after a challenge starts. At least not honestly. Even spending real money, I don’t see it. Team challenges, however, are possible to complete, IF a lot of people on the team play and contribute. Most folks on the teams seem to no longer play, I e found. It’s okay to kill a little time though. Mindless playing to relax.
  • It is possible...

    2
    By Jma9961
    It is possible to play through this game without spending a cent on it. This is what I have done and I have made it past stage 850 out of the 1100 total stages. This game is a way to cash out on all the pay to play games, but it isn’t that bad in my opinion. Have some patience and wait for your lives to regenerate then try again. However the stages aren’t really fun after a while. The gimmicks used in different stages are eventually recycled but have a different name and design to it, I.e. make matches next to hats to get carrots, by stage 800 or so they introduce birdhouses where you have to make matches next to them to get birds, same thing just different look to it. This game is fun at first, like they all are, after a while if you want something to do for 5 minutes you can try burning your lives on the same stage for days because there’s quite a bit of luck involved. You can also get on a roll and clear 10+ stages in one run. I have played this game for a few months and have cleared more than 75% of the stages without spending anything in this game, it’s not worth it to me. At this point it’s something to kill a bit of time.
  • It’s a fun game

    3
    By Liquid E
    But it’s just like every other game out there. Just different theme or main characters. Other than that you have a same objectives, same “power ups”, same board layout, same same same and same etc, etc, ETC!! But the main SAME is ya gotta PAY TO PLAY when you get to the higher lvls. Like any good drug dealer they let ya get the first taste of wining for free. Hell they, like all the other games out there, will even say you are better than the other people people that play, sounds like my ex-girlfriends when it came to the you know what, but all in all you get that feeling that you are on top of the world and when ya start to loose you still want that feeling of wining so ya think “huh couple of bucks won’t break me” and ya buy some extra what ever it is ya think ya gonna need to make that win. An then the next thing ya know ya shelling out mega bucks to keep that winning streak going. So that’s why I only gave it a 3 star. If it was original and I knew it wasn’t gonna start getting ridiculousness in playing, I’d give it a 5er but no, it’s the same ol, sameol just different name. Oh well. Still kinda fun
  • Love this game!!

    4
    By GC Nana
    I have been playing this game since last summer and am addicted to it. I even had to load it to my 4 year old grandson's iPad too. He especially love the bombs and the other boosters that create an explosion. In reading the reviews I have to say I agree with them. There is far too much time to wait for full lives and that should be addressed. I enjoyed the daily opportunity to get more lives, coins, boosters, etc. That was a nice addition unless it only appears once you reach a certain level...not sure if everyone gets it since I'm on level 604. I wish more of my fellow team would request lives so we could help each other out. Out of the 50 on my team there is only about 6 of us that actually participate. Would be nice if there could be some kind of a reminder to the others that this is available. Would like to see other opportunities to obtain more coins. For those of us who won't spend the money to purchase coins and boosters this would keep us playing more. Again…love this game!!
  • Why all this negative reviews?

    4
    By Ayoxellie
    I don’t understand why everyone is giving bad reviews. I love this game yes sometimes it’s hard to pass a level but what game isn’t hard when you level up? Maybe you need to play kiddies game instead. It takes some time to level up, do you expect to pass 100 levels in one night? NO! Just keep playing until you figure out a strategy. YOU DO NOT NEED TO SPEND MONEY. Spending money is optional. I’m on level 1180 and I haven’t spent a cent. Weekly chests are good at helping you get more coins and powerups. I’m giving 4 stars because I wish the time on getting life’s was shorter or easier to get. Other than that I have no complains. Join a team that will help you achieve in your progress. I love my team that I created they are the best at helping at opening up the chest and quickly getting you your life’s. My team loves to encourage and motivate you when you’re stuck. But I still wish the time should be shorter or at least give a different way of getting your lives quicker.
  • Unplayable over time

    2
    By Browndogcid
    I want to start by saying that this is a good game. That said, this has some features that I cannot stand. First off, the life limit is stupid. I just have a fundamental objection with being limited to a number of lives, and having a timer to regain them. Which brings me to my next problem. I cannot stand pay to play features. If you want to make money, then sell the game for a couple bucks and make other things unlockable as you progress. And finally, as you progress in the game, I understand that it should become increasingly difficult. But in my experience, I’ve progressed to the point that each level is becoming almost impossible to pass unless the absolute series of miracles falls in the game to essentially clear the level. I’ve had this game a couple weeks and I am honestly experiencing burnout. It’s become difficult to the point that I don’t find it enjoyable let alone playable unless I start utilizing pay to play features. To that end, I am giving two stars. Well done game, unoriginal concept, and becomes unplayable much beyond level 150 unless you start shelling out money.
  • Toon Blast is ...

    3
    By Prittylegit
    I love Toon Blast so much , but I will only rate it 3 stars because that is all it’s truly worth . I get so frustrated with it because they make you pay $.99 just for 5 moves , when in all reality , no one ever really needs JUST 5 moves . We either need way more than 5 , or just one more move . That’s a dollar wasted in my opinion . Also , they give you less moves as you complete the levels & they also make the rockets go ways they aren’t even supposed to go so that we can’t win on purpose . Idk about you all , but I’ve never put a penny into this game . That’s all they want . Games aren’t genuinely about fun anymore in 2017 . They are all money hungry . Nothing people do anymore is for the sake of being genuine . $.99 may be cheap sounding to some , but imagine if you pay that almost every time you’re about to lose ... then think of all the other people who do the same . That’s A LOT of money being made off of people for this unfair game . At the end if the day ... I’m still on level 30 of the Champions League without giving them a dime 😂🤷🏾‍♀️
  • Can be very fun!

    5
    By Phalom
    It may be similar to many other games before it, but this title's handful of unique dynamics (unique in my experience, anyway) and quality balancing (slow but steady difficulty curve, shortcuts for the inevitable unhappy circumstance, etc.) make it truly engaging, encouragingly light hearted, and unquestionably strategic! The tournaments and team elements are quite fun, also! Now, I say "can be" very fun, and not "is always" very fun for one reason: as the levels unfold, the starting boosters become more and more necessary for a consistent chance to win and therefore enjoyable gameplay. This doesn't lower my rating, however, as these booster items can be reliably invoked by a happily common event known as "crown rush", and can furthermore be purchased en masse with real money for complete control (not to mention their being given, in smaller quantities, as gifts in chests, daily rewards, etc.). Overall, I've been truly appreciative of this entertaining pastime!
  • I love this game!

    5
    By Ogle1919
    I came on here to right a positive review about this game, and I was surprised to see all the negative reviews! Yes, if you want to play this game non stop 24/7, you’ll need to spend money. But I’ve made it level 770 without spending a dime! Yes, it requires some patience to do that, but it’s probably for the best because if there wasn’t a life limit, I’d probably never stop playing! 😄 I love this game because it’s a great mix of strategy, luck, and just plain fun! I started playing Candy Crush and Cookie Jam shortly after Toon Blast, and I hated them! The longest I’ve ever been stuck on a level on Toon Blast is a day...with other games I’d be stuck for days on end, and it truly felt like I was going to have to spend money to get past them, which isn’t worth it to me. Another bonus to Toon Blast, NO ADS!! I absolutely love that! It’s great fun! Plus you can join teams (or make your own) and give each other extra lives!
  • Fun Puzzle Game

    5
    By Brandi Rey
    I love this game! I recommend you give this game a try. It is a very addicting puzzle game. It is similar in premise to others available, but in this game as you move up the Episodes, new challenges arise in order to clear a level. This mixes it up so you are not doing the same exact thing over and over for hundreds of levels. I am currently at level 880 and I have not bought any lives or boosters. I am part of a great team that gives lives very quickly. If you get in a team that does not give lives when you ask, join another one. The Toon Chest, Star Chest and the lives given by my teammates have allowed me to move up pretty quickly for free. The Crown Rush is also a plus when it is in play! And now there’s a Daily Bonus! Even better! I get stuck sometimes, but I get better with practice and eventually move up or use a booster that I have saved.
  • I have been convinced...

    5
    By atavision
    I play lots of different games on my phone, and Toon Blast comes up in the ads of other games a lot, so much so that I had learned to hate this game without ever even trying it. I just figured that if their Dev team is spending this much money to advertise it, it must be chock full of ads itself. Well I finally downloaded it the other day, and it has kept me happily busy for the last week. And not one ad have I seen while playing the game. I’m not sure where they get their money, but it’s not from in-game advertising (are you listening Angry Birds Blast?). The overall game design is rather juvenile, but follows the cartoon theme that they set forth. The gameplay itself is fun with great sound effects and wonderful animation, and though most levels are rather easy, they throw in a few tough ones along the way. You can play this game for a few minutes, or a few hours it’s up to you. The game also looks good on a phone screen with a simple UI and uncomplicated navigation. I guess I have just been a late adopter, as Toon Blast has many millions of players. Did I mention they don’t have any in-game ads? Fantastic! I was so happy about not having to deal with ads after every turn that I went in and paid them some money in their in-app purchases. Way to go Toon Blast you’ve convinced me and now I’m a believer. ❤️🙏🏽
  • Good but...

    3
    By Sborder
    Liked this game a lot at first but after you get well into the 300 levels it starts to get really frustrating. The rewards given are very little. Seems like they calibrate them so well that challenging turns into frustrating and for me when a game is a lot of frustration time to delete it. 100 coins to play 5 more moves and if you pay for the coins that’s about a dollar. Don't get it after all it will cost you 200 coins to go for another 5. Install if you want to but if you are looking to play a game without paying much real money this is probably not for you or be prepared to play the same level over and over. The is no ad watch instead of in game currency and you can get extra guys free but only 5 every 4 hours IF you are in a group that has several active players. My group hasn’t been bad but out of 50 people only 5-10 play and that means you have to wait for those people to select help to give you a life after you request them.
  • Overall awful

    1
    By darthbean
    I don’t know for sure if it’s possible to go below one star so I’ll put one star just to be safe. This is maybe the worst game I’ve ever seen in my life. It unsuccessfully tries to copy any other basic “puzzle” game like candy crush but replaces the actual content of the original game with random clicking on colorful squares. I am so sick of these ads I get ptsd every time I see that stupid bear or that creepy finger randomly “blasting” those matching colored squares. Theres no point to this game either you play one of them then the next will be the exact same or maybe the shape of the area is different, or a blockade will cause some trouble, but it doesn’t matter because you are still doing the exact same thing over and over. You also are expected to pay for some things, who would ever pay real money on something like this, it makes me sick to think that way there might be people out there who have nothing better to spend their money on than an extra bomb in this god awful app. Thank you I would not recommend.
  • No room for strategy at higher levels, and you can't start over

    1
    By Roadfood
    The game is fun and addicting. The lower levels are a good mixture of luck and strategy, but the higher levels become almost all luck; the playing field (where there are blocks) is so small that you typically have only one or two possible moves, so there's no strategy, you either get the blocks you need or you lose. Lowering my rating to one star. I got so frustrated at the higher levels where it's clear that the game has tuned the probabilities to make combinations extremely rare at the beginning but more common near the end as a crass way to get you to spend stars — and hence money — to get the few additional moves you need to win. The one star rating is for this: I finally got so frustrated that I just wanted to go back to the beginning when the game was actually fun. I deleted and reinstalled only to find out that it unconditionally restored my game! How dare you developers presume to tell me I can't start over, how DARE you!!! You should be very ashamed of yourselves.
  • Fun at easy levels then gets very difficult

    3
    By galbelle
    I play really no games on the iPad but I saw samples of this while playing Solitaire. It took me a while to catch on, I am a senior, but then I really enjoyed the easier levels. I’m at the point now that I took almost two weeks to get one harder level, since I won’t pay pretty outrageous amount of cash for a few extra moves, extra lives or other things. These could add up very fast. I feel like the harder levels are designed to make you want to purchase extras and are very hard to accomplish without doing that. You might get a rocket, , for example, but it almost always is pointing in a useless direction and does not seem random. I wish you could switch to a paid version of the game you purchase. And then have other ways to achieve a level, since the levels seem pretty interesting. Game started out relaxing but is now getting anxiety producing.
  • Fun but recent changes are bad

    5
    By Rhadagastt
    I’ve been playing this game for a few months and am on level 1140 or so. It’s a great game, but recently they stopped giving you coins whenever you complete a level. One of the good aspects of this game is it’s not pay to play. I’ve made three $13 purchases just because I felt the developers should be compensated for their hard work, not because I had to. The problem is that now that the game no longer gives you a few coins with each level, it’s much more of a pay to play because some levels are designed to require those extra five moves. If I get to the point where I have to start making purchases I’ll quit playing. I don’t know if you guys are hurting for $$, but stop trying to fix what ain’t broke.
  • How To Beat This Game

    2
    By Stevecash83
    Details on beating this game are at the bottom. Expand and see the last paragraph for information Hear me out, this is a well designed game and mostly enjoyable. However, as you’ll see on your own (or by reading reviews) this game is so blatantly greedy that if you actually want to “beat” the game, expect to spend a lot of money. Yes, the first hundred or so levels are achievable with strategy, but the later levels become increasingly more difficult and eventually painfully impossible. I’ve been strong enough to not spend a dime on in app purchases and in return I’ve been spending roughly a week stuck on a particular level until the game finally let me pass. One hundred coins can buy a new life, but 100 coins can take days to accumulate on your own, and even when using the extra lives it gives you only five more moves. Five! You’ll likely need about twenty more to get through, and if you were paying for those lives you’d have to refinance your home to do so. If you want the best experience from this game, join a team, help other players get lives, play on until you reach level 200 and then exit the game, hold your finger over the game’s icon, and press the little ‘x’ in the corner. Then press “yes” on the prompt that asks “are you sure you want to delete this app?”. Using this method is the quickest way to beat the game. Enjoy!
  • Fun — till it isn’t.

    2
    By D-Stan
    This is a game that tries to hook you before you reach the stage where to be able to advance you have to buy additional powers. I decided I would not do that and see how far I could get. I am up to level 284, not as far as other like minded commenters got, but then I am not much of a game player. The game is fun to play. At lower levels when you are having particular difficulty getting past one level, you feel that some expenditure may be worth it to get past and so you can get to some others at which you may win. But then you get to a point of increased difficulty where you’re pretty sure that you don’t have much of a chance of solving any higher level without paying. Then, unless you’re made of the stuff, you figure what’s the use. That’s where I am. It’s no longer fun — the cynicism and rapacity of the creators are all too clear and the only question is how much of a sucker I am. Time to pull the plug.

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