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Command your TOY SOLDIERS in epic, action-packed battles set in a World War I toy diorama. Assemble your troops and position your defenses before the enemy storms over the top! Then take direct control of your artillery to bomb the enemy positions, pilot your bi-plane against the enemy trench, or maneuver your tanks across No-Man’s Land… and lead your TOY SOLDIERS to victory! Play the single-player campaign and dive into two-player head-to-head combat, local or on Xbox LIVE.

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Put your foot soldiers, snipers, cavalry, and fighter pilots to the test in Toy Soldiers. Poised to be a smash hit on Xbox LIVE® Arcade, Toy Soldiers is an action-packed strategy-based game in which players command antique WWI toy soldiers vying for control of the trench-filled battlefields of Europe. Deploy an exciting arsenal such as tanks, cavalry, biplanes, and flamethrowers in vintage WWI toy dioramas. Developed by Signal Studios exclusively for Xbox 360, Toy Soldiers allows you to take control of individual units or control the entire battlefield from a strategic view. Integrating multiple game genres and world-class visuals, Toy Soldiers is a unique and action-packed entertainment experience!

  • Toy battles: Experience epic action-packed battles with more than 50 unique units across two distinct armies, across five unique maps with their own special characteristics and multiplayer options.
  • Easy-to-pick-up controls: Soldiers can fight on their own, or be controlled from a third-person mode.
  • An arsenal of weapons: Fly planes, zeppelins, and even drive tanks to help your unit succeed in protecting its base.
  • Multiplayer: Split screen allows you to easily fight in head-to-head battles with friends over Xbox LIVE, or on the same console.
  • Miniaturized mayhem: Unique game visuals and post-effects capture the imagination and provide real world historical events in a playful toy-like miniature world.

Add the Toy Soldiers free demo to your Xbox 360 download queue

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Toy Soldiers 2013-05-06 22:32:32 Mido
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Mido Reviewed by Mido    May 06, 2013
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Toy Soldiers 2011-03-22 02:03:01 TheOtherBarber
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10.0
TheOtherBarber Reviewed by TheOtherBarber    March 21, 2011
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Smells like Victory!

This is hands-down my favorite XBLA game to date. Toy Soldiers is a very very fun tower defense game set in World War I. While it may not be historically accurate, it doesn't need to be. It's not a History Channel game! I can say this with confidence because I know that plastic soldiers didn't defend countries, but I digress.

The basic premise of the game is to build different types of turrets to defend against certain types of enemies and prevent them from entering your toybox. Types of enemies range from regular infantrymen to a giant Zeppelin.

Where this game gets challenging is in the way you spend your money. Naturally you destroy enemy units to get more money. You can also shoot targets and assorted other things around the levels, even gold boxes which net you a good chunk of change.

There are essentially 2 campaigns in Toy Soldiers (Campaign and Campaign+.) Not to mention there are also multiplayer modes and 2 DLCs you can buy to extend the game even further.

If you haven't played the Free Trial for this game yet, you should do it right now! The ONLY thing I have a problem with in this game are the level load times. They're just a bit too long though it's not that big of a deal. If you like the trial I have no doubt in my mind that you will enjoy the full game so much more. 1200 MSP is a very reasonable asking price for a game of this caliber and quality. I suggest you buy it if you like the Trial.

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Toy Soldiers 2011-01-12 23:36:48 double D 215
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10.0
double D 215 Reviewed by double D 215    January 12, 2011
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Possibly my favorite XBLA game. Original and fun to play. Great graphics, sound, and control.

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Toy Soldiers 2010-09-19 08:53:44 m3talst0rm17
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9.0
m3talst0rm17 Reviewed by m3talst0rm17    September 19, 2010
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Toy Soldiers 2010-08-05 11:17:32 DeadmanXIII
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10.0
DeadmanXIII Reviewed by DeadmanXIII    August 05, 2010
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The Kaiser's Battle DLC Review

The Kaiser's Battle makes little attempt to expand the gameplay of Toy Soldiers, instead it just gives the player more of the same top quality Tower Defence/Action Packed gameplay that has made Toy Soldiers the highest grossing XBLA game of the year (so far).

3 new single player campaign maps including another crushingly hard Boss fight, 2 new multiplayer maps and a Survial Mode map are available to players wanting to drop 400 points on some extra Toy Soldiers love.

If you are yet to finish the orignal single player campaign I would suggest holding back from attempting the DLC single player missions. The difficulty level of The Kaiser's Battle is higher than you might expect and it is designed for Toy Soldier Veterans to take on and even then you will need to have a fair bit of experience under your belt if you expect to conquer the German forces.

The French Forces themselves bring little to the gameplay, the highly anticipated extra units amount to little more than a couple of re-skinned turrets. A minor complaint but certainly nothing is taken away from the experience, I just would have liked to see more Units. One thing that does make a huge impact is the little dude that runs around the battlefield with a baguette. While he adds nothing to your Army, it gives you a huge smile and thats what games are supposed to!

The DLC missions are available separately from the Main Campaign, and run on a separate save so you don't need to worry about over writing your main save game with the DLC.

The developers Signal Studios have written a Toy Soldiers love letter to its fans, and everyone is taken care of. Even if you haven't finished the original single player campaign you can enjoy the Multiplayer and Survival modes prior to taking on the DLC missions. If you're a Toy Soldiers pro then the survival Mode will keep you Score Attacking for hours on end.

As a package The Kaiser's Battle is basically perfect. As with the full game, there is NOTHING not to love.

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Toy Soldiers 2010-07-06 03:51:00 Ackis
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Ackis Reviewed by Ackis    July 05, 2010
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Toy Soldiers 2010-07-05 14:19:25 WDesm
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10.0
WDesm Reviewed by WDesm    July 05, 2010
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Already great game got a great expansion

Toy Soldiers was already pretty fantastic. You had an RTS where you could warp down into any unit, and use those unit-specific controls and weapons to decimate enemy ranks...or, should your planning falter, be decimated by the enemy ranks. To complement a strong and balanced RTS design, the entire game was covered in a 1950s toybox theme, with army figurines and makeshift battlefields acting out historic parts of World War Two.

Toy Soldiers was released in March 2010, and just recently got an expansion pack - The Kaiser's Battle - for 400 MSPoints. While the original game had far more content than I was able to chew off, the The Kaiser's Battle adds even more, and I'm not complaining! The DLC takes on a French motif, and while tons of reviews online talk about the three very unique levels (including a few huge levels, and even a nighttime level), the two new units you get(alongside all the awesome new skins on old units), the supermassive boss, and the expanded and larger survival mode, the reviews seem to be missing two very important and awesome things:

1) The DLC IS DIFFICULT - If you thought that earning the avatar award for beating the game was too easy, this DLC is going to school you! Even at normal difficulty, you need to be at the top of your game to beat this DLC, so you can be darned sure that you'll get your money's worth!

2) The DLC has Detail! The level of detail that was put into the DLC is amazing - even the loading screens have French-specific army toy ads, with cheesy slogans to bolster your morale.

I'll admit that after four months, Toy Soldiers wasn't getting the playtime it deserved, but with this high quality DLC, Signal Studios can consider my morale bolstered and my playtime significantly expanded.

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Toy Soldiers 2010-07-05 06:52:50 gxgear
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10.0
gxgear Reviewed by gxgear    July 04, 2010
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Toy Soldiers 2010-07-05 05:48:21 Blickey
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9.0
Blickey Reviewed by Blickey    July 04, 2010
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Toy Soldiers 2010-07-04 23:33:56 BitLooter
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8.0
BitLooter Reviewed by BitLooter    July 04, 2010
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Toy Soldiers 2010-07-04 21:39:47 Dark Rider
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8.0
Dark Rider Reviewed by Dark Rider    July 04, 2010
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Toy Soldiers 2010-06-30 03:39:03 Calvin
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9.0
Reviewed by Calvin    June 29, 2010

Toy Soldiers Review

This Game is absolutely a must-buy for your XBLA library it puts a twist on an overused genre of Tower-Defense and redefines it into something much, much more ! The graphics are amazing , the controls are well thought out, and more DLC is on the way! This game isn't like other XBLA game projects that get forgotten, DLC is coming, so overall it's a great buy for your money you won't be dissatisfied. I give it a 9/10 may still need a little more for that extra 1 but overall AMAZING :O

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Toy Soldiers 2010-06-29 23:24:21 NBAKirkland
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NBAKirkland Reviewed by NBAKirkland    June 29, 2010
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Toy Soldiers 2010-06-29 23:02:51 JakebondRoo
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8.0
JakebondRoo Reviewed by JakebondRoo    June 29, 2010
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This was a Great Game!

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Toy Soldiers 2010-03-21 05:58:45 DigitalQuarters
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10.0
DigitalQuarters Reviewed by DigitalQuarters    March 20, 2010
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One of the best games of 2010.

As I've said in previous reviews, I don't get along well with tower defense. I hate the pacing and the lack of control over what's happening. Previously reviewed Soulcaster fixed this by adding in elements from dungeon exploration games like Gauntlet and, holy crap, this turned the genre from something I avoid into one of my favorite games on XBLIG. WWI-themed Toy Soldiers by Signal Studios tries to do something similar where it mixes the tower defense style we've all grown used to with the ability to control any of the units on the front from the machine gunners and howitzers to, on some levels, biplanes and snipers and tanks (oh my). Interesting in theory, but how does it perform on the battlefield?

The premise of Toy Soldiers is that you're taking your British forces against the Germans in World War I. First off, this is probably one of the most refreshing things I've seen in a war game in like 15 years. World War 2 has been played to death and, if you're going to go with tower defense in a realistic setting, I couldn't think of a more appropriate era. The meat and potatoes of the game is your standard tower defense style. Put up your defenses, watch them mow down the offensive, earn money by doing so, and upgrade or place more units for the next incoming wave. The difference between this and the countless others out there is that you can man the guns yourself. Believe me, this turns the game from just another tower defense game into one of the best games I've played this year. Climbing into the sniper tower and taking out enemy toy soldiers one by one is almost worth the price of admission by itself, but it's especially nice to have only yourself to blame when the enemy breaks through your defenses. In addition, there are tanks and planes you get to control, turning your strategy from strictly defensive into aggressive and, as stated, very fun. You'll need to do this on some later stages to take out some of your opponent's defenses as well. This enables you to place your defenses further away from your base or fly your planes overhead without fear of anti-aircraft fire. Best of all, it gives you something to do when waiting for your forces to mow down a force you know you have beat, fixing that nasty pacing issue I have a problem with.

There's something about America during the first half of the 20th century that's interesting. Watching some of those things come alive puts a smile on your face, even when booting this game up. Right away you're greeted with some old songs that sound like they're being played off a record player and a title screen that, though obviously not war footage, plays out like an old film. Even losing is interesting to watch as your screen slowly gets grainier and loses color to match the look of a movie from a century ago. Loading screens before some levels look like wartime propaganda, other times show your soldiers as sets of toys, and all in all just bring a lot of character to the game. On the battlefield, you'll watch the opponent's soldiers turn back into toys once destroyed, or watch the horses and vehicles break apart into plastic bits, and far off in the background you'll see little things around the kid's room to remind you that you're playing war with plastic soldiers. All of these little touches, outside of being well done in their own right, come together to provide a lot of flavor.

The control for setting up your units is pretty standard point and click fare so I won't go into that. As far as controlling the units themselves, it varies from unit to unit. The obvious ones such as the machine gunner and sniper control simple and well, whereas the tank feels slow and sluggish. I'm sure that's done on purpose, though, because tanks ARE slow and sluggish. The planes get goofy at times when you turn too far, causing them to turn over and throw you off a little, but are otherwise okay. The only thing I had problems with was the long-range howitzers as aiming with them over such a long range felt pretty hit or miss (no pun intended). To sum all this up: if a game had only one thing to control and they controlled like they do in Toy Soldiers, it would be pretty unimpressive. All together it isn't bad, however, and each is simple and similar enough to not get in the way or complicate things if you haven't piloted it before.

I could spend days talking about all the great things in this game. From the amount of play time you get out of the game with each difficulty level ranging from Casual (pretty easy) to Elite (only the things you control directly will fire on the enemy) along with the much harder Campaign+ that allows you to play as zee Germans. Online and offline multiplayer, little extra goals for each stage, and my personal curse of leaderboards for each stage give you plenty of replay value for a game that can easily span for more than five hours on a playthrough. Best of all, the game is fun each time you play, even if it's a stage and difficulty you've played already. My one thing against this game (there's always gotta be one) is that the game's last level is insanely difficult. I wouldn't consider this a problem if I hadn't breezed through every level before that on Normal difficulty. After literally over a dozen tries, half of which were on Casual difficulty, I gave up. The level felt like a giant brick wall after five hours of an opposition-free stroll. If the level is that difficult, I'd prefer more of a build up so I feel like I'm better suited and more willing to take on such a difficult challenge.

That little bit aside, the game should see Game of the Year nominations. I don't mean just for downloadable games. I mean for all games. It's just such a good game I don't know how else to describe it. If tower defense is at all your thing, I recommend this. If it isn't, you should try the demo, get into the sniper tower, and see how you feel after that. Even with the 1200 MS Point price tag, the game is worth every little bit you spend on it.

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Toy Soldiers 2010-03-04 17:36:32 jigsawhc
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9.0
jigsawhc Reviewed by jigsawhc    March 04, 2010
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Great Game!

I love Toy Soldiers. The only think keeping it from being a 10 is that in the multiplayer the developers allow you to damage the other team's base by crashing your plane into it. So, that is all anyone does. Just repeatedly fly planes into the other base. If they address that I'll update my review to a 10, but for now a solid 9.

The single player is challenging but a lot of fun. The controls work well but keep things simple enough to easily pick up. Graphically it is nicely done. Even though you play in a toy box when you look out of the box on a plane you can see the whole room which is a nice touch.

Highly Recommended!

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Toy Soldiers 2010-03-04 04:18:20 Bryan
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Reviewed by Bryan    March 03, 2010

Phenomenal

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Toy Soldiers is the first title to kick off XBLA Block Party on March 3, 2010 - get ready to man the guns and fight for freedom. Developed by Signal Studios, Toy Soldiers is an intense tower defense game based on World War I and all missions are set on the proper dates and locations of famous WWI battles.

First impressions often mean everything, and Toy Soldiers makes sure you're impressed right away. The menu starts off with the worn-out sepia tone film, and an old war hymn playing. The game allows you to jump right into the training mission, or you can access other extras such as friends' leaderboards, download content, or your game options. A little treat for those who enjoy the 360 avatars, you'll unlock a gas mask for your avatar as soon as you start the game, and you'll get a free gamer picture as well!

Loading times may seem slightly long for the campaign missions to load, but part of the games' presentation comes into play here. During loading screens, you'll be various propaganda posters promoting the USA and its war effort. Also, the game will often be playing a WWI hymn in the menus, adding to overall atmosphere. During the battles, you'll hear the machine guns tearing through ammo, the echo of Howitzer shells, and the whistle of bombs dropping from the air. Cavalry horns, soldiers battle cries, and the general sounds of war all make for an extremely authentic war experience.

The visuals in Toy Soldiers are quite stunning, and easily more impressive than some $60 retail titles out there. All weaponry, enemies, and environments are extremely well detailed and just wonderful to take in. Battlefields are full of foxholes, sandbag barriers, trenches, and various structures as well as other piece of equipment. Dynamic background outside of the playing field keep things from looking too plain. Battlefields vary from snow covered fields and grassy terrains, to war-torn cities. Textures are marvelous and not a single section of this game looks disappointing, and you become easily submersed in the beauty of Toy Soldiers.

As Toy Soldier is a strategic title, you'll be very pleased to discover that the game offers a detailed training mission, then opens up to a full campaign with a towering 24 single-player missions! Each and every battle takes place at factual World War I battle locations, so even you history buffs can't complain. Like all tower defense games, waves of enemy units are attempting to reach a goal - Toy Soldiers is portrayed as a game located in a child's bedroom - naturally, the axis is attempting to destroy your toy box.

Earlier missions have a relatively easy difficulty as the maps allow only a frontal assault. Your toy box is generally situated directly behind you in these missions. Once you reach the sixth mission, the maps open up and enemy waves are able to spawn from any side of the map, and your toy box will be in the middle. In turn, you have the option to build a myriad of towers in your defense. Some maps require you to focus on the ground, others are more focused toward incoming aerial attacks, and of course, some are just an even mix.

Tower weaponry varies from machine guns and mortars, to massive 18 pound Howitzers and chemical warfare. Dedicated territories for tower placement are marked on every map, and you can clearly see them all by clicking the right analogue stick and entering an overhead view of the battlefield. Some weapons are much larger, so you'll need to place them on the large territories while machine guns, mortars, and others can be placed on any tower surface. You'll soon figure out what types of enemies to expect, and which towers will be most effective, and from which position. In conjunction to the towers, you can also buy and place barbed wire fences to slow down smaller infantry types, causing them to crawl on the ground, while you shred them apart with machine guns. You'll find 5 towers to build, and 1 extra automatically in the levels, but each has 2 possible upgrades once unlocked. Also, as opposed to most tower defense games, Toy Soldiers doesn't require you to build your tower and let the game do the rest, although that's a choice. However, you're more than welcome to take full control of any tower you create, and manually aim/fire at enemy waves crossing the battlefield.

A whole array of enemies are waiting to overtake the allies, ranging basic infantry to heavily armored tanks, as well as fighter planes and bombers. As expected, earlier waves are easier to defeat, but do require some quick tower placement and money management in some missions. In the early missions, you'll be using the machine gun, mortars, and 18lbs Howitzers. Most enemies can be taken out by the first two towers, though bosses and clusters of enemies are easily destroyed with the heavy weapons. Certain enemy waves, such as the Cavalry are much faster and require special attention - I suggest machine guns. Aerial attackers can be brought down with either anti-air towers, or by your own hand if you jump in the plane located someone near your starting point. If your plane is destroyed, you can simply get another after a very short re-spawn time. Be sure to keep an eye on some enemies that will stop and take the time to attack your towers with bazookas and grenades - kill them quickly to avoid an unnecessary expense.

The matches in the campaign have no time limits, but you gain the victory after surviving all enemy waves. If 20 enemies in total make it into your toy box, you fail the mission. Unfortunately, if you survive all waves, and the boss makes it to the toy box, the mission is a failure, regardless how well you did otherwise. Thankfully, you don't fight a grueling boss on every level, but on specific milestones throughout the campaign. Don't rely completely on the AI to shoot, they often wait for enemies to be close-by, whereas you can manually attack them with the machine gun, sniper tower, and Howitzers from a lengthy distance. The quicker you take out the waves, the less chance you've got of having to do everything all over again.

As always, building costs money, as does upgrading. If you can manage to destroy copious amounts of enemies in a larger combo, you'll make more cash - that's a good thing. You won't have to worry too much about cash managing early on, you can afford everything that's accessible. However, once you hit the larger maps, you're going to need to think carefully on what's best for upgrades, and when is the best time to do the job. If you even run out of cash, you can sell some unwanted towers for a quick boost to your wallet. Keep an eye on towers that being to smoke, select them, and use the repair option - it's cheap, it's quick, and it'll probably make a difference in the end result.

Well, that pretty much covers the campaign mode of Toy Soldiers, so I guess the war is over. Oops, I suppose we should mention that in conjunction to the 24 campaign missions, the game also offers both split-screen head-to-head, and Xbox Live multiplayer! Xbox Live enables gamers to go head-to-head against one another, with 5 maps, each supporting a different mode. The modes include Tank Battle, All Out Blitz, Attack and Defend, Ground Attack, and Air Assault. Because the game hasn't been released, the quick match option is currently disabled, and I am unable to find someone with time to do a private match. After the game is released, this review will be updated with multiplayer impressions.

In the end, Toy Soldiers is a simply fantastic experience, and one of the most outstanding tower defense games I've ever played. For 1200 MSP, you receive a solid 24 mission campaign, offline split-screen, and online 1vs1 in 5 different modes. The campaign alone will take over 15 hours to complete on the 'normal' difficulty, and online play offers hours of enjoyment on top of that. While there are some multiplayer achievements, this game is enough fun to make them enjoyable to earn. Toy Soldiers is a remarkable title, and I very much recommend you buy this game if you're at all interested in tower defense, or action-strategy experiences. For more info, check out the Xbox Live Marketplace!

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