The Dons boss was upset with the way in which the team played after going 1-0 up after just seven minutes of the game at Stadium:mk on Saturday afternoon.
The only player to escape the harsh words was on-loan from Tottenham winger Andros Townsend.
"I was livid at half-time," Ince said after the match.
"We just thought we'd score one goal and that was it, job done. All of a sudden we thought we were Brazil and we started disrespecting Tranmere.
"We thought we could start taking too many touches, not going with runners, not make tackles and not competing. In the end it could have been four or five but better sides might have punished us.
"It's not right for me to go in at half-time and have to tell my players that the only one who's out there is an 18-year-old kid from Tottenham."