Toon Blast

Toon Blast for Pc

Written by Peak Games




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Download and install Toon Blast on your Laptop or Desktop computer

If you want to install and use the Toon Blast app 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 this app 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: 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 Blastapplication 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 application 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 applications.
You should see the icon. Click on it and start using the application.


Step 4: for Mac OS

Hi. Mac user!
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. The links are provided in step one


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Toon Blast Software Features and Description

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!



Top Reviews

  • Cliche, bad game

    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.
  • Fun; but expensive & unfair distribution of team winnings.

    by wulfeman
    I will admit that this is a fun and addictive game; however, Peak has obviously tweaked the game, to where it becomes extremely expensive to play, on a regular basis. If you look at online walk-through’s of the various levels, you will immediately notice that they have reduced the number of moves-per-level; making it extremely difficult to completely many of the levels, without the aid of bonus “tools” or extra turns; all of which require you to purchase expensive packages of these items. I frequently find myself in a position, where I am just one or two moves away from competing a level; when I run out of turns. Another pet peeve; is the fact that weekly “team tours “ have prizes that are equally divided up between those who contribute substantially to the win, as well as those who merely play a single level, to qualify for participation, and do nothing else. If someone scores close to 300 points in a tournament; they should be awarded a greater percentage of the prize; than the loafers; who complete a single level, then quit. Prizes do t need to be based pulley upon percentages of points contributed; but there should be a declining scale, based upon what an individual actually contributes.
  • Scammers

    by Tobi54
    I play games for stress relief and fun. This one is those things in the early levels. I liked it so much, I got a lot of my friends to join my team. Now that I am in the upper levels it is nearly impossible to pass a level without paying. They say it is possible to do that. Well it might be, but the game is designed so you won’t. They don’t give enough moves so you continue to end with just one move left. That is SO frustrating. It isn’t fun at all. Unless you find a way to get the extra moves; you sit at the same level. But then you have a team, so you feel like you are letting them down when there is a team competition. Therefore you spend money and lots of it in order to be loyal to your team and have fun! I’m at the top levels and I think I spent $100 bucks this month alone. That is NOT fun. They make excuses for everything but the bottom line is that this game is a huge money maker for them. They trap you in the beginning. I don’t like an unfair game. I want to have fun. Not be frustrated or broke.
  • Annoyingly Addictive

    by 13ISaLUCKYnumber
    I feel like this game is overrated, I don’t even think it’s that fun. I think the perfect words to describe this game are ‘annoyingly addictive’. I had to delete it from my phone or else I would just keep on going back to it and being incredibly mad at myself. I don’t know how so many people seem to like this game. I feel like the company that owns Toon Blast is just forcing all its employees to play instead of doing work to make it seem like people are actually doing stuff. And after that they have them write good reviews about the game to make it seem like everyone loves. Either that or most of the human race has gone insane, been replaced by robots, threatened at gunpoint, etc. Most of the 5 star reviews say hey this game is decent, but they rated it 5 stars, not like 3 or even 4. I feel like the game only looks good because people are misunderstanding how many stars is appropriate. Honestly, this game has no uniqueness to it whatsoever. There are so many other games like it, and every level is pretty much exactly the same. And don’t even get me started on the teams. I mean why other than to get free lives. You can chat with other people in your team, but it’s not like your team actually really does anything for you. Overall I dislike this game and can’t believe how many 5 star reviews it got.
  • Cost to much to play

    by Apachekid777
    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 258 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 good to happen I finally had enough so as I said before goodbye Tune blast, great graphics nice game but you’ve taken enough of my money.
  • Real honest review

    by KewlAidXP
    So i personally love this game, and no I'm not a robot or whatever. Im at level 640, and honestly i really like that they still have new things to discover even tho I'm almost to level 700. This recent update though I hate that they don't refill your hearts anymore, thats in a way how i would play for longer periods of time. Still since downloading the game I’ve never spent not one penny on this game so i don't understand some of the reviews claiming the game is expensive to play and move forward. It’s actually not that impossible to complete higher levels, theres plenty of people who are in 1000s or 2000s so its definitely possible. If i play a hard level i just use 1 or 2 items i was GIFTED and its all good. Theres no reason to spend money for items or hearts. Im in a group so usually i ask for lives and i get some extras on top of the 5 im given so thats not an issue as well as items and coins arent hard to obtain so yall wack lol. Btw this is coming from a teenager not some older person.
  • My review of toon blast

    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.
  • Fun but difficult

    by Cainmj143
    I love the game. I like that it’s pretty challenging and not rushed with a timer. HOWEVER, there are many frustrations with it as well. I’ve made it to level 1875, and I understand and appreciate the levels getting more difficult as you progress, they aren’t impossible but some seem that way when you’re stuck on them for days. I hate when the game gives you multiple arrows in a row that are going the same direction and it’s the OPPOSITE direction you need it to go. Many times I could’ve solved a puzzle with just one arrow but was given 5 at the end that go the wrong way. This doesn’t seem like a coincidence to me. Also, when I was nearing level 1800 I noticed I would be entering into “champions league” at 1801. However when I got there, suddenly champions was at level 1851. Thought maybe I had just remembered incorrectly before. But then I got to 1851 and now champs is at 1901! ??? This is the most annoying thing. You’ve provided and unreachable goal it seems??? Do you even have a champions league or is that just for show? This can be a five star game if you change some things that are so annoying.
  • Great Game but lost its incentive with Chest

    by Heatherly r77
    This game really is a great game. I’ve been playing it for ages and have beat all the levels, waiting for updates, several times. Even though, as is typical, we can tell the game is cheating us time and time again by sending 19/20 boosters in the wrong direction, I continued to play. It was that addictive. Cute graphics, challenging levels, the ability to periodically receive lives from teammates, team challenge events - all have turned this into my favorite game of all time. If I feel like a game I’d ONLY trying to get my money, I will not play. This one had the balance of difficulty and attainability perfected - enough to keep us coming back. However, with this last update, taking away the free lives in the Star Chest, it is having me question my loyalty. That Star Chest is gained after collecting 20 stars and ALWAYS contained the ability to restore to full lives (& 2 other rewards). We work really hard to get to 20 stars, knowing that reward will come, along with the ability to play a little more. How can you just suddenly take it away after all this time. Bring it back!!
  • Amazing and Rigged

    by T. R. Antonio
    This game is a lot of fun. I’ll admit, I used to feel sorry for people who spent their time addicted to these types of games so much so that I hide my screen from my girlfriend when I became obsessed with playing it. Eventually, I showed her the game, after which we had a BLAST playing back and forth before bed. It’s, really, an entertaining and satisfying game. The game likely cheats, though. Many, many times I’ve been stuck in a level, used up all of my lives (at times, up to 19) then bought another 5 with 100 coins and beat the level immediately. I’m fairly sure you’re given a 50% higher chance of beating your current level if you spend the in-game currency, but I don’t think it has to be actual money to give you an edge. Regardless, if that’s true (which we’ll never really know) it’s very wrong and angers me a lot. I’ve maybe paid actual money twice to pass a level. For my girlfriend, however, I’ve spent in the area of around $30 so we could keep playing before bed and having fun. If it’s something that’s enjoyable in a unique way, then it feels worth it, but I’ve never felt content after doing it just sitting in my chair alone. My girlfriend agrees, though, that paying is really foolish. All in all, it’s a great game which, clearly, a lot of work has been put into making, but I don’t think it’s ever worth it to pay to win, even if your team is depending on you to beat a challenge. They all have better things to do with their money, too.


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