Stickman Rush is a new iOS and Android endless-driving game, yet another one of the many by Ketchapp. Your goal is to drive as far as you can by switching lanes to avoid traffic, jumping to avoid lesser obstacles such as cracks in the road, and going as far as you can while collecting as many coins as possible. Along the way you can use your coins to purchase all kinds of new vehicles as well. Read on for some tips and tricks for Stickman Rush!
You can get loads of different vehicles of different sizes, but the best strategy is to use the smallest vehicles that you have. The smaller the vehicle, the smaller the footprint it has, and the more space you have to squeeze in between other vehicles. Other than that though, there is no performance boost from having a different vehicle.
One way to earn some free and easy coins is to watch an advertisement video with free coins as the reward for doing so. Go to the main menu and hit the video button to watch a video, and when it’s done you will earn 100 coins. It might seem like a bit of a grind but it’s FAR quicker than earning them in the game, and you will be able to very quickly unlock some new cars.
You can unlock four different types of secret vehicles by winning the prize package on the spin wheel. You have a limited time to unlock them, after which they will go away, and usually when this happens, new vehicles will appear in the prize drawing that you can then unlock the same way. Either way, work fast.
If you want to get the daily prize spin right away, all that you have to do is go to the date and time settings and set the time ahead for 12 hours after you have spun the wheel once. Then, once you do this, go and spin the prize wheel again. Repeat as often as you want to. If the trick doesn’t work, then try doing it with your phone or tablet set into Airplane Mode and it will work.
To make the game substantially easier, hit the options menu using the gear button in the upper right hand corner of the screen. Once you get there, change the controls so that you can tap the screen to jump rather than having to swipe for a jump.