A Camo Regrowth Bloon, sometimes called Camo Regrow Bloons or Camgrow Bloons, is a type of bloon with combinations of Camo and Regrowth properties. Like the two name-sake properties it does have, it applies to non-MOAB-class bloons, from Red Bloons to Ceramic Bloons. Popping Camo Regrowth Bloons pops into Camo Regrowth Bloons below it. These types of bloon appear in BTD5, BTD Battles, Bloons Monkey City, and BTD6, as well as their mobile counterparts.
- Main article: Camo Regrowth Bloon/Strategies
Click here to find strategies specifically on camo regrowth bloons.
- A player in BTD Battles can send out Camo Regrowth MOAB-class bloons, although the MOAB-class bloons will not have any camo or regrow effect. Its non-zeppelin children will, however.
- This is not the case in BTD Battles Mobile.
- In BTD Battles Mobile, they are coded to be immune to the Camo and Regrow properties. If this part of code is removed, thus removing this "immunity", camo-regrow ZOMGs become possible to send. In this case, camo-regrow BFBs popped from a camo-regrow ZOMGs will regrow up to a ZOMG, thus making, if possible, a camo-regrow ZOMG the most powerful rush in the game.
- Camo Regrow Red Bloons have become a joke/meme among players in which they say it's the most overpowered rush in the game. In reality, they are no stronger than a Camo Red because Red bloons only has one layer, so the regrowth property will have no effect. In fact, a Camo Regrow Red is actually weaker than a Camo Red because the Regrowth property makes them larger and thus easier to hit, effectively being useless to use. In particular, it would be a total waste of money to send Camo Regrow Reds in Bloons TD Battles.
- A single Camo Regrow Red appears on Round 5 in Alternate Bloon Rounds, referencing this meme.
- In BTD5, the only rounds with camo regrowth bloons are rounds 62 and 82; in both cases, they are camo regrowth rainbows.