Side Wheel Hero – Tips and Cheats: The Strategy Guide

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Side Wheel Hero is a new game for the iOS and Android, and is the top Arabic-language game on the American App Store. It’s an endless driving game, with your goal being to get as far as you can and score as many points as you can by driving your SUV on its two side wheels. Read on for some tips and tricks for Side Wheel Hero!

Getting your vehicle to go up on two wheels is EXTREMELY difficult and requires a lot of practice. It’s easy to either run off the road or to flip your vehicle onto its side while you are doing this. Turn your phone very slightly to make the first turn, then about medium-distance to make the turn onto your side.

Or, to make it far easier to do the side wheel trick, wait until the game begins and then hit the options button. Change the controls from tilt controls to touch controls. In touch mode, it’s extremely easy to get your truck or SUV onto two wheels. After you get it onto two wheels, steer by tapping either side of the screen rather than holding down the applicable side of the screen.

Collect as many coins as you can. Each coin is worth 100 points, and this is one of two ways to score points – the other being the points that you score when you are up on two wheels. It’s best to be side-wheeling before the coins start to appear, as that is one less thing that you have to concentrate on.

You get a choice of three vehicles – a Toyota pickup truck, a Toyota SUV or a Nissan Patrol. The Patrol is the widest and lowest meaning it’s easy to see coins and collect them, but it’s also easy to hit other vehicles. The Toyota truck is the narrowest and tallest, meaning it’s easiest to avoid cars but coins are a bit more difficult to see. The Toyota SUV is in between the two.

Some vehicles are more difficult than others to side-wheel as well. The truck goes up on two wheels the easiest. The Toyota SUV is the most difficult to two-wheel. The Nissan Patrol is somewhere in between the two. The Toyota SUV is also the most difficult to keep on two wheels, meaning that that’s the one that you will have to steer the most carefully.

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