Seven Dwarfs: The Queen’s Return – Tips and Tricks Guide: Hints, Cheats and Strategies

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Seven Dwarfs: The Queen’s Return is the latest pseudo town-building game from Disney, following hot on the heels of Alice in Wonderland. In this game, you start off playing as Happy, and your goal is to search for the rest of the dwarves, as well as Snow White herself, and to thwart the return of the evil queen. You do this by exploring the evil forest, turning it from evil into not-so-evil once more, and collecting resources, gold and sun lanterns in order to keep on exploring. Read on for some tips and tricks for Seven Dwarfs: The Queen’s Return!

There are many quests in the game, and some of them will require you to spend gold in order to beat them. One in particular (speeding up the Sun Lanterns) will force you to spend nearly half of your free gold in order to finish the quest. Finish the quest without spending gold, though, and the game will completely skip over that step, allowing you to retain more of your hard earned gold.

Plus, you can earn more gold, too, simply by going to the gold “plus” button, scrolling all the way to the right and hitting the free gold button. Make sure that you have location services turned on on your device, as well, because if you do, the offer wall will pop up local offers for you to complete in addition to the generalized ones.

Every time that you come back to the game, the junk in the forest that you cleared off the last time around (such as scary trees, sunflowers and dandelions) will have replenished itself. Clear off all of the junk even if you don’t need the items, so that you can have them later, because inevitably you will end up needing the resources. When you need more, shut the game off for about 10 minutes, then come back and see what new stuff has grown.

Wanna know what you are going to be exploring next? Tap around the various expansion areas (the level 999 areas are places that can never be explored). The game is very linear, because all of the areas are lined up with the average time that a quest will require you to explore that area, but you can still go off the plan and explore whenever you gain enough levels to unlock something. Craft as many sun lanterns as possible in order to do more exploring and to find the rest of the dwarves more quickly.

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