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Anthill » The bad guys

The bad guys

Anthill contains a number of colorful but mostly evil enemy bugs. After a while, you’ll think most of them look better dead.


are small and not very powerful. They’ve got the numbers, though.

Enemy ants

are similar to our heroes, but from other colonies. They are pretty to look at, but they are aggressive and most of them haven’t even finished high school. They have no real friends, and gladly attack any insects they see – except ants from other colonies than yours.


are small, unassuming, and very lethal. Similar to spitter ants, they fire from a distance and like to burrow. Once they’re entrenched, they’re very hard to kill.


are cute, but it’s high time to stop liking them – they are very selfish and go straight for your food. If you don’t stop them, they’ll eat all the food in any area.

Fur bugs

lurk around your food assets. They explode when dying, but it’s more of a flat splat. And they’re really useless – they leave nothing behind but a mess! Use your bombers to take them out – the air force soars high.


Sapper bugs

are – yes, you guessed it – suicidal maniacs. Probably persuaded by bigger, meaner insects, they’ll charge your ant hill and blow themselves up on impact. Must be taken out before they get too close.

Shield bugs

are a peculiar species. When under attack, they contract into impenetrable shells. Luckily, they aren’t too aggressive.



Mortar bugs

are, if well defended, your worst nightmare. They fire heavy-duty shells at long range. Luckily, rapid fire simply isn’t their thing.



Anti-aircraft bugs

are friendly, polite and love to engage in long, profound conversations – as long as you’re related to them. Discharges squadrons of small, pesky flies that attack your minions.



Small, pesky flies

live in symbiosis with hangar beetles, and handle cooking and laundry when they’re not raiding your ant hill. Your bombers had better be ready for drawn-out dog fights.



Tank beetles

are big, pretty tough, and explode when they die – not even your bombers are safe.






are very big and very tough. Unfortunately they also explode when they die, thereby taking out everything in the vicinity.