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Hollywood U: Rising Stars – Top 25 Cheats, Tips, Tricks, and Strategies, Page 5

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5) Pay attention to the dialog, rather than just rushing through it.
Rushing through it can shave a few seconds off of your quests here and there, but you never know when you will have a multiple choice answer, especially one which requires you to answer in a very short amount of time, and as mentioned before, these kind of quests can result in a much longer time spent finishing them if you give the wrong answers.

4) Upgrade all of your dorms as soon as you get the chance to do so.
Once you unlock upgrades for your dorms, spend whatever you need to in order to upgrade them because you can earn a FAR higher amount of cash that way. Thousands and thousands of cash can be earned overnight, more than you would need for anything except the furthest-out expansions.

3) Set your timer to check the game at every two to three hours in order to catch all of the video ads.
They don’t appear often but if you are able to track them down, you can earn a LOT of diamonds in a relatively small period of time. Set the timer and then when it goes off, check the game and most likely a video will appear, unless your internet connection sucks. Keep doing this and watching the diamonds add up.

2) Build a second workshop.
Building a second workshop costs 300 diamonds, but doing so will allow you to train two of your friends or classmates at the same time, doubling the speed with which you can do upgrades. The higher your friends’ levels, the more coins they will earn per hour, making this an action that easily pays for itself.

1) Watch out for the updates.
Check the What’s New menu in the “help” area of the settings for new news of the game. Watch out for new characters to be added as you go. New quests will be added too, so if you somehow manage to run the game completely out of quests, wait for an update and loads of new quests will be added. With the holiday season, also, comes limited edition requests and loads of rewards.

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Dumb Ways To Die 2: The Games – All Levels Walkthrough and High Score Guide, Page 2

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Part 2 of this guide will deal with how to get high scores in Dumb Dome. Read on for the full guide on how to maximize your scores in the Dumb Dome levels!

Javelin Catch: Start tapping around as quickly as possible. Look for the shadows to pop up, and then get away from them. Later on this becomes a speed stage due to how fast they fall.
Shoelace Tie: Swipe in a figure 8, and work on your accuracy with this one. Put your phone’s zoom on (this is an iPhone option) to help your accuracy. You can also do the side to side swipe like with the whale tooth brushing stage in Drown Town. Cover all the dots.

Running With Scissors: Tap with as many fingers at a time as you can fit on the screen. Alternate between fingers on the left side and the right side of the screen as this makes the character run faster.
Lightning Pole Vault: Stop the bar in the orange area. The farther into the stage you are the faster the bar goes, so you’ll have to swipe while it’s still in the red later on in order to get it to stop in the orange.

Electric Fence Hurdles: Tap just before you reach the electric fence. There is a lot of room for error here, so it’s not that hard to do, and the farther you get into the contest, the faster the run, the more room for error there is.
3 Tonne Clean and Jerk: Tilt slowly to either side. This is easier than the dolphin rodeo. Don’t make any sudden movements or overcorrect when the weightlifter tilts to one side.

Dynamite Relay Race: Swipe the dynamite quickly over to the hand. That’s all there is to it.
Hammer Throw: This is difficult at first, but swipe in long ovals rather than circles (to match the shape of the phone screen) and the bar will fill up a LOT faster. And of course, make the circles as quickly as you can.

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Cascade – Tips and Cheats: The Strategy Guide

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Cascade is a new match three puzzle game for mobile devices by Big Fish Games. Your goal is to make as many matches of three or more (ideally more) as possible by tapping on jewels to make combos with them, while making special blocks appear, knocking them out and using them to skyrocket your score. Read on for some tips and tricks for Cascade!

You have five lives maximum, but when the lives run out, you’re done for a while, and you have to wait half an hour per life. You can buy lives right from the App Store, as a side option, or you can get all of your lives back for free by setting the time ahead on your phone or on your tablet. Set it ahead by half an hour per life that you want to recover.

Then, once you do that, you can set the time back to normal and then go back to Cascade and your lives will still be there. You can then use all of your lives up yet again, and then do the trick again, and again, and again for as long as you want; however, if you’re winning at Cascade you shouldn’t have to.

Try to make the largest combinations possible, and take advantage of any wild card gems that you get. Knock off a huge color to get a line jewel or a splash jewel, and knock off a combination of three different colors at a time with the wild card in order to get a rainbow jewel. Mix two rainbow jewels together to knock off every single piece on the screen (include both of them in a combo) and mix a rainbow with a line jewel to turn every single one of the color that you knock off into a line jewel.

Try to complete the mission as soon as possible. The sooner that you complete the mission, the more moves that you will have left over, and the easier it will be to earn insanely high scores. Focus on knocking out only the pieces that you need to in order to win (for example, on jelly stages, the ones on top of the jellies).

Save your power ups for the toughest stages in the game. Power ups are rare and can only be purchased with real money in the IAP store, so you are going to need to either make do without, spend money, or save them so that you can use them on especially difficult stages.

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Empire Z – Tips and Cheats: The Ultimate Strategy Guide, Part 4

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Infected troops are best used for attacking another player’s city. The reason for this is that they are strong against defenses, whereas defenses are strong against your living troops (different defenses are strong against different troops), and every one of your living troops is weak against other players’ defenses.

However, living troops are best used to attack infected cities and as defenders of your own city, since living troops are strong against all infected troops. Living troops are far less likely to die in defense of your city (everyone dies against infected cities, usually) and when they get killed, they will just get sent to the hospital (depending on if the hospital has room for them or not).

One of the best reasons to attack the infected cities is to try to capture enemy zombie leaders. You can have up to four different types of zombie leaders at a time, and they are unlocked only by capturing them from an infected city or from a rival player, as opposed to regular zombies which can be trained at any time just like troops.

Eventually you might want to start your own alliance. The biggest challenge at this point is to find people to add to your army. You’ll have to hit the ground running to grow your alliance initially. Find new players and send them invites, and find people in global chat who are asking about alliances to join, and convince them to join your alliance by talking to them one on one rather than by simply spamming global to find alliance members.

Save your teleports for when you really need them. The best example is when you are in an alliance, and the leader finds a good spot to move to. Move there with the rest of the alliance and if you successfully crowd an area, it will be highly unlikely that you will be attacked, unless you end up in a full scale war with another alliance.

Or, if you are trying to start your own alliance, teleport to an area in the middle of a bunch of newbies. Recruit them to your alliance if they are active. This gives you the option of playing a little bit dirty if you want to – using mafia style protection-racket tactics on them.

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Kim Kardashian – Hollywood: How to get more energy and experience points, page 2

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Tap on anything that you see on the street. This can include signs in front of buildings, birds that you see perched in random places, bicycles, motorcycles, newspaper stands, anything that appears to be in the “foreground” in front of buildings. Oftentimes these will earn you free energy simply for tapping them, and they will earn you experience points almost every time that you tap them.

The same thing rings true for items inside of buildings. This can include luggage at LAX, the mannequins in the Kardash store, random objects inside of various restaurants, bars, clubs, and other goodies. Tap around to figure out what else can be earned and where it can be earned from.

It’s a slight bit of a grind to do this, but fly from place to place and tap everything inside of every building or outside on every street. The more that you do this, the quicker (much quicker) you’ll get energy back, and you can often restore your energy in less than half the time, without having to spend any of your stars, simply by doing this little cheat.

If you want to load up on experience points but you don’t have any energy, go to the bars or the restaurants and start purchasing drinks, food, etc, and for every purchase you will earn some experience. Do this if you are running on empty, but your experience point bar is close to being full, for some easy free energy once you gain an experience level.

You can do this even if you are in the middle of an assignment, too. As long as you get back to the studio, store, date or wherever before the time runs out, you can leave and go wherever you want, even on an airplane, go grind for some energy, and then come back and finish out the assignment.

When you are on a date or a party (somewhere where you have the option to spend money) and you want to conserve energy, always choose the money-spending options, such as buying drinks or food. This will earn you an average of 3 stars or hearts per energy spent, as opposed to the paltry 1 star or heart per energy spent for the free stuff.

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Cross Horizon Tips and Tricks Guide: Hints, Cheats and Strategies

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Cross Horizon is a brand new RPG for Android and iOS. You play as an adventurer of your own creation, and your goal is to find out why the evil Bandit King, who was sealed away long ago, has returned. From there you go on adventures to find items that you need, go back to the town to cash them in, and collect and combine various forms of weapons and armor in order to get as strong as possible. Read on for some tips and tricks for Cross Horizon for the iOS and Android platforms!

Right from the beginning of the game you start off with some mana, which allows you to buy items in the black market. Spend your mana on gold items. If you get armor, you’ll be nearly invincible for a LONG time. If you get weapons, you’ll be able to kill every enemy in the game almost instantly for awhile. If you get both, you’ll be downright invincible.

When you’re exploring, look at which directions the enemies are moving (look at the map in the upper right corner of the screen to show this). When they are “looking away” from you, sneak up on them and attack, and you’ll get a quick moment where they’re knocked dizzy and won’t be able to attack you. However, don’t let them approach you from behind or you’ll be caught by surprise, losing some of your attack points and thus not being able to execute as many attacks in quick succession.

Entering someone’s invite code, whether they sent it to you or not, will allow you to earn free items that you can equip, and if someone uses your invite code, you earn bonuses as well. Post your code below in the comments, or on the review section of one of the app stores, or grab someone’s invite code from there to add.

When you’re exploring, when you come across an exclamation mark in an angular shape, that means that’s an item that you need to complete a current mission, such as the guild certificate for your second main mission. An exclamation mark in a circle, though, is either a friend you can greet or a treasure you can open. If it’s a friend, then hit “greet” first before you send a friend request, so that you can earn 10 free friend points.

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Family Guy: The Quest For Stuff – Tips and Cheats: The Strategy Guide

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Family Guy: The Quest For Stuff is TinyCo’s biggest game in years and is Family Guy’s answer to The Simpsons: Tapped Out. Your goal, just like in Tapped Out, is to rebuilt what is left of the burning remnants of Quahog after it’s been spontaneously destroyed in a fire, as well as to bring back all of your favorite characters from the show. Read on for some tips and tricks for Family Guy: The Quest For Stuff!

-Every time that you complete an action with a character, you will increase their individual experience level, as well as earn coins and overall experience points.
-As their levels gain, they will unlock new actions. Certain actions will also unlock with added decorations (for example, Bonnie will be able to twerk when you buy the stripper pole)

-Tap on any character with an exclamation mark over their head, as that means they have a quest for you to complete.
-You can go off script any time that you want to and construct new buildings, and other goodies that can earn you fast coins and experience points. Go to the non character-specific building tab in the store to find offices, burger joints and other places that you can build as many of as you want.

-If you end up overcrowding Quahog by accident, you can tap and hold on any building, then stick it in storage. Go to the “Inventory” button inside of the menu screen to retrieve any building, decoration, or whatever you want to build. As of right now though, you can’t sell anything.
-Rearrange the buildings by hitting the button that looks like a plus sign with arrows. Tap any building, decoration or whatever that you want and then stick them somewhere else. Put them as close together as possible.

-Get rid of the roads to make even more space for buildings. Tap the roads “+ -” sign at the top of the rearranging screen in order to either build or destroy roads, for free.
-Look through different parts of the block that you can clear. They each cost a difference price – look for the ones that you can afford in order to speed up your quest to finding new characters and missions.

-The fastest way to earn coins is by doing the short term actions over and over for your characters, such as having Peter surf the bird or Chris find a new friends (which take a minute apiece) over and over. It’s tedious but it works. However, when you’re going to sleep or taking a long break from the game, set all of your characters to have long term tasks, such as Peter dancing the Shipoopi.

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Wartune: Hall of Heroes – Cheats and Tips: The Strategy Guide

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Wartune: Hall of Heroes is Kabam’s latest effort at taking a popular browser game and expanding the franchise out onto mobile. This one is much different than games such as Kingdoms of Camelot: Battle of the North and Dragons of Atlantis: Heirs of the Dragon, though. Read on for some tips and tricks for Wartune: Hall of Heroes!

-When you go on campaigns, if you just want to get through it quickly, tap on the associated quest and your character will automatically go where they need to go, and fight whoever they need to fight next. Tap it again after the fight to go to the next place or enemy.
-Exploring around on your own in the campaigns will earn you far more bonuses. Minimize the quests menu and use the blue joystick underneath it to move your character around.

-Don’t just follow the arrows. They point to where you need to go in order to complete the quest, but bonuses such as treasure chests and tombs (which contain treasures of various kinds).
-As you earn Daru, always make sure that your troops are fully upgraded. Their maximum upgrade level corresponds to your barracks level.

-The maximum upgrade level of your buildings corresponds to the current level of your town hall. Upgrade your town hall to increase the upgrade level of everything else (as well as your hourly gold production).
-Every five levels, you will get a new starter pack that contains a massive amount of bonuses. Go to the inventory whenever you hit level 5, 10, 15, etc, to open a new starter pack.

-Once you enchant your first piece of equipment in the blacksmith area, you can unlock a farm that allows you to grow gold, daru and kyanite (and later on, to gain experience), which is inside the Tree of Ancients. Keep this farm going as much as possible, and upgrade it to get more farm plots at a time.
-If you hit a dungeon that’s too difficult to defeat, go back to one of the dungeons that you’ve already beaten, and beat it again and again (and collect extra bonuses along the way).

-If you’re at level 20, you can blitz a dungeon to finish it far more quickly and multiple times, allowing you to stack up rewards even more quickly.
-Want to upgrade quickly? Use a VIP scroll (or buy Balens) to get VIP status, allowing you to speed-up cooldowns on your buildings for free. Free VIP scrolls can be found anywhere from dungeons to starting packages.

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Fairway Solitaire Blast – Tips and Cheats: The Strategy Guide

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Fairway Solitaire Blast is the latest in Big Fish Games’ new take on Solitaire with golf references, and this one, unlike the others, has been made from the ground up to be mobile-exclusive. Your goal is to get the highest scores possible by knocking off every card on the board while using the fewest cards out of your own deck as possible. Read on for some tips and tricks for Fairway Solitaire Blast!

-Before you make a move, plan ahead and see what potential moves you can make following your next move. Plan out a string of moves, and make whichever move enables you to make the longest consecutive combination of moves.
-Apply the same logic when you get a joker card. Pick the card that you will be able to make the biggest combination of consecutive moves with.

-Before you tap the special cards, make all of the moves that you can. Sometimes, having more cards on the board is better so that you can make more combinations. If you knock off too many extra cards at once you may end up using more cards than you have to.
-Log onto Facebook so that you can send and receive lives back and forth with your friends. Send them lives as often as possible so that they are compelled to send them back to you.

-Don’t accept your free lives until you have to – that is, until you run out. If you accept them while your lives are full, then they won’t do anything for your life meter.
-If you’re not logged into Facebook, then you can set the time ahead on your phone or tablet, and earn free lives just by cheating the time. Set the time backwards again and the timer will reflect the time you cheated, so make sure to set the time back to normal late at night or whenever you go to bed.

-If you are looking for more friends to send lives back and forth with, check the App Store review pages or the comment section of this article, or look for them on the game’s official Facebook page, or post your own info so that people can add you.

-Always try to knock out cards that are on top of other cards first, so that you can potentially make new combos that you might have missed if you picked the card that’s not on top of anything.
-If you get power up cards such as the joker or the ray gun, save them until you really need them or for when you are stuck and can’t figure out what to do next without using a card. Use the ray gun when you have loads of upside down cards trapped underneath your current set of cards.

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Skyline Skaters – Cheats and Tips: The Strategy Guide

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Skyline Skaters is a new endless running game for the iPhone, iPad and other iOS devices. You’re a skater who is happily and peacefully skating across rooftops in the city, when all of a sudden a police helicopter spots you and starts chasing you, so your goal is to run from them for as long as possible, without falling into any gaps, and to collect as many coins as possible in the process. Read on for some tips and tricks for Skyline Skaters!

-The longer that you go in a run, the more the coins will be worth. Silver coins are worth more than bronze coins, and gold coins are worth more than silver coins.
-Upgrade your skateboard to increase the score multiplier. This isn’t important unless you’re trying to compete with your friends by score (or with people on Game Center). Or unless a quest requires you to earn a certain amount of points in one run.
-Log into Facebook with the game to receive Mia for free (her specialty is a bonus for grinds). You’ll also receive one free cash daily.

-Free cash is most abundant as a reward for leveling up, and leveling up is done by completing the quests that the game gives you.
-Start buying longboards as soon as you can in order to earn a massive amount of coins. Each longboard increases your coin bonus.

-Not only does each board have its own specific bonus, but you’ll earn an extra bonus depending on how much of a specific type of board that you have (such as street boards, longboards and freestyle boards)
-Every time that you finish a run, you can choose to share the run and receive 2,500 free coins. If you want, you can change the privacy setting on Facebook to “only me” before you send it if you don’t want to bug your friends with it.

-Each character has their own set of quests. Once you unlock and equip a new character, the missions will start over again.
-Upgrade each of your power ups for the ability to use them in the game, and then upgrade them more to make them appear more often and for their effects to last longer.

-Collect all of the letters required to spell a word in order to enter super skate mode. In this mode you will earn a massive amount of coins. Always go for the gold ones, then the silver ones, then the bronze ones. Typically the bronze ones will pop up first, followed by the silver and the gold.

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