Looney Tunes Dash: Tips, Tricks, Cheats, and Strategy Guide

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Looney Tunes Dash is a new level based running game by Zynga and Running With Friends developer Eat Sleep Play (to this day your author refuses to call it Stampede Run). Of course, this stars your favorite Looney Tunes characters, with your main character, Bugs Bunny, running through a nearly endless string of obstacles and insanity all because he wants to get back home. Read on for some tips and tricks for Looney Tunes Dash!

You can get up to three mastery stars per stage, and how many you earn depends on your score. The simplest way to get the most stars is to slide into the most objects that you can. Barrels, boxes, and any other breakable object will earn you point here, just as they earned stars in Running With Friends.

That is how you earn two of the three mastery stars. The third one is earned by completing a specific objective in each stage. It differs depending on what the stage is, though. Any time that you need a reminder in the middle of the game, pause the game and you will be able to see again what you have to do for the mastery star.

Collect the coins, too, so that you can use them to purchase upgrades in the ACME shop. The three power up upgrades will make the ACME vac, the Gossamer Potion and the Super Hero coin last longer than they currently do. As you pass new levels you’ll unlock new ability upgrades, which don’t require power ups to use.

Wanna earn more Looney Bucks for free? Go to the store and go all the way to the right, to the Earn menu, where it says to “check out these special deals”. Tapjoy will open up and with it, loads of free offers. Tap the menu button and hit the “free” tab to see all of the ones that require absolutely zero money to complete.

Generally, follow the path of the coins as these tend to be very safe paths to follow. Nothing gets in the way of the coins yet. Follow the coins and you will naturally avoid any obstacles because the game isn’t programmed to have coins and obstacles in the same path.

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