Driver Speedboat Paradise is a new racing game for the iOS and Android by Ubisoft. As is hinted at by the name of the game, you trade your cars for speedboats in this game, as you enter a semi-underground speedboat league with criminal connections, yet also with cops who are trying to bust the lead thugs. Read on for some tips and tricks for Driver Speedboat Paradise!
Gas is required in order to race, with different races using more gas than others. If you run out, you won’t be able to race at all, but there is a trick to recover your gas right away. Once you run out or you get to the point where you don’t have enough for the race you want, set the time ahead on your phone. Set it ahead by about an hour and then go back to the game.
Once you do this, you will see that all of your gas will be refilled. Once you see this, then go back to the date and time settings and set the time back to normal. Now go back to the game and your instant gas will still be there. So you can do this trick as many times as you want without having to screw the time up too much.
Your boat loses a whole lot of speed when you turn, so turn as little as you have to. Losing speed can even undo the advantages of taking tight corners. If you have touch controls enabled, then tap the turn over and over rather than holding the turn constantly. If you have gyroscope controls enabled, then turn the phone as little as you can to get the job done.
Boat parts are key to getting upgrades no matter how much money you have, so take a few turns on stages that you have already beaten before to grind, and go off jumps to collect boat parts as many times as you can. Go back to the upgrades after that and blow your parts and money on upgrades. If you want to finish an upgrade right away, do the time cheat again.
After you do the upgrades, go back to old stages where you have yet to earn 5 stars and/or where you were stuck before. It will be far easier to earn more stars with a more powerful boat. Do this especially after you purchase a new boat and/or upgrade a new boat that you have already purchased.