|“||This new looping Beginner track, Space Truckin', will take your fight with the bloons to a solar scale. The looping path means you'll have plenty of opportunities to pop the bloons despite the limited space (pun intended). Three new medals means three new achievements, Monkey Money rewards and Awesome Point payouts.||”|
|~ BTD5 Description|
This map takes places in space with 4 planets (Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars), the Moon, and the Sun. Towers cannot be placed on the sun or anywhere in space, but aquatic towers can be placed in the oceans on Earth. It is a fairly easy track to beat on all three difficulties because the several loops give the player several chances to pop bloons, but the space limitations can make it difficult to position towers as desired.
A Red Bloon can cross the map in 97 seconds without fast-forward mode and 16 seconds in fast-forward mode. This makes it one of the longest tracks in the entire series (the former second longest being Brick Wall at 79 seconds). ZOMGs take 6 minutes and 6 seconds to cross.
- It is good to start with a Dart Monkey facing towards the top (where the bloons enter) and a Tack Shooter on Mercury.
- Tack Shooters and Ice Towers can be useful on Mars.
- A Monkey Buccaneer's range can cover the entire Earth if you use the Longer Cannons or Cannon Ship upgrade. Similarly, you can place 13 Monkey Buccaneers in Earth's water.
- The Moon has enough space for exactly one tower, and only a small tower at that. The towers that will fit are the Tack Shooter, Bomb Tower, and all the towers comprising a single monkey that isn't piloting or manning something (save for the supermonkey). It makes for a good place to put your sniper if you're running out of room (which is a problem this map lends itself naturally to). Since it's near the exit, it could also be an optimal spot to place a X/2+ Ninja Monkey or a 3/X or 4/X wizard (or a Glue Gunner if reverse is enabled).
|Space Truckin' Bronze||10|
|Space Truckin' Silver||25|
|Space Truckin' Gold||50|
- The name of this track is a reference to the song by Deep Purple of the same name.
- The bloons loop directly around the planets, except Mars, which they go under.
- This is one of the longest tracks in the Bloons TD series. Despite this, it is not the easiest due to lack of space, because the only viable space for the towers is on the planets or the moon. The easiest track could arguably be considered Brick Wall, because it has no tunnels, has a single entry and exit, and it has much more space, but it's a little shorter.
- While this track is one of the easiest beginner tracks in Bloons TD 5, it is arguably one of the hardest in freeplay due to the lack of space to place multiple Monkey Temples.
- It is possible to place towers on top of Mexico, even though it is very small.
- This track is the fourth that appears in Space, the first one being World Tour, the second being Blue Laser, and the third is the much harder Triangle of Insanity in Bloons TD 4 Expansion.
- Oddly, it is playing the nice grassy music from Monkey Lane.