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Must Deliver: Tips, Tricks, Cheats, and Strategy Guide

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Must Deliver is a new game by Cherrypick Games for the iOS and Android platforms, an 8-bit-esque endless runner similar to their previous effort Touchdown Hero, except with zombies instead of football players. Your goal is to make as many deliveries as possible while avoiding zombies, collecting coins, and unlocking new secret characters. Read on for some tips and tricks for Must Deliver!

Your distance is measured in the amount of deliveries that you make. Each delivery gets a little bit more difficult than the last one; more zombies will appear, and less power ups for your super move will appear, and the ones that do will tend to appear when you have zombies coming at you, so you will have to focus a whole lot harder in order to make those tough later deliveries.

After you lose at a round, you will have the option to watch an advertisement video in order to earn coins. Once you finish the video, you will earn 100 free coins. You can also earn coins each time that you successfully complete one delivery, so the more deliveries that you do, the more coins that you will earn. Or just die right away and hit the video-watch button.

Whenever you earn 500 coins, you will have the option to spend coins in order to unlock a new character from the Gacha machine. The main difference between characters, aside from the way that they look, is what their super move is. Each character’s super move will have slightly different attributes, but in general they will do pretty much the same thing, which is to allow you to run down all of the zombies in your path for a few seconds.

Of course, each character’s super move can also be upgraded. This costs you 4,000 coins apiece in order to pull off the upgrades, but once you do the upgrade, the super move will last a little bit longer. Be sure to save the super move for when you are so swamped you won’t make it out alive, but don’t let yourself get sucked too far in before you think to pull off the super move.

Keep an eye on as much of the field at a time as you possibly can so that you can know where the zombies are at all times. That means that instead of staying in one spot, swipe from side to side even when you are not actively trying to avoid zombies so that you can always see where they are, and take whatever action you need to in order to avoid them.

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ZenDots: Tips, Tricks, Cheats, and Strategy Guide

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ZenDots is one of the newest games for the iOS platform. This hybrid between pinball and Breakout has been designed with relaxation in mind by the rather genius developers, acknowledging a huge yet often silent core of the iOS gaming ecosystem. Your goal here is to drop all of the balls off of the top of the stage, then move onto the next stage and do the same thing. Read on for some tips and tricks for ZenDots!

In order to drop a ball off of the top of the stage, you are going to have to hit it with the white ball. Once a ball falls, you can hit it back up with the flippers if you want to, but it won’t do anything except get in the way; the white ball is the only one that will knock other balls off the top of the stage, so focus on hitting the white balls.

Try to get the white ball stuck above all of the other dots at the top of the screen by making a hole and then shooting it through. Once it gets stuck it will roll across all of the dots that it comes across, and then dislodge them. They won’t fall right away, but they will fall once you clear out the dots that block their path.

If you lose all three of your dots you will have to restart the level. If you want to get one free fourth dot, then you can watch an advertisement video in order to get another dot, but if you want to get more dots than just the one, you are going to have to purchase a dot from the in-app purchase store. You can watch videos for free dots as often as you want to, for what essentially amounts to red unlimited dots.

Every stage has the exact same dot/ball layout as every other stage. Because of this, the exact same strategies will work on every single stage that you play. The balls won’t move faster, the layout won’t change; nothing changes except for the color of the five rows of balls that appear on the stage.

If the ball is coming down fast and you don’t know whether you are going to have to use the left or right flipper, just hit them both at the same time to make them both fire, and you’ll hit the ball, as there isn’t enough space in between them to miss when you do that. Either that or start rapidly tapping the left and right side over and over and you will be sure to hit something.

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Captain Rocket: Tips, Tricks, Cheats, and Strategy Guide

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Captain Rocket is a new game for the iOS and Android platforms by Ketchapp and No Power-up. The story is that your character stole confidential documents and now has to get away by any means possible, meaning that he or she has to jump across a literally unlimited number of rockets in order to get back to the mothership. In reality, this is an endless/Flappyalike game, something that Ketchapp specializes in and does quite well. Read on for some tips and tricks for Captain Rocket!

If you just jump from one rocket to the next, all that you are going to do is go backwards. A good rule of thumb is to try to rocket-hop, and skip one rocket per jump that you take. Jump from one rocket to the second next rocket – not the next rocket. Jump over one and land on the next one and you should be good to go.

Of course, there are some exceptions to this rule. Always try to stay on the high ground as when you are on the low ground, it becomes quite easy to slam your head on a passing rocket and lose the stage. Stay as high as possible in order to maximize your chances of breaking your old high score and setting a new high score.

If you want to get rid of the ads, then the best way to do so is to set the phone into airplane mode and then play the game. Once you do this, the ads will stop showing up, but the whole rest of the game will be playable. It’s generally not recommended to do this, though, since indie developers are the ones that lose the most, since ads are their bread and butter. Leave the ads on and support the developers.

If you get too frustrated and you find that your scores are going backwards, then take a break from the game for awhile and then come back to it an hour or two later. You will find that once your adrenaline has cooled off a bit, the game will be a whole lot easier to play and beat due to the ease of playing without worrying about anything beforehand.

Check the Game Center or Google Play pages to see what the high scores are on this game. If you find that the scores are unrealistic looking then scroll down and you will eventually find the ones that are realistic, yet still tough to beat. Use these as your barometer for what the best scores are, and what to try to beat in this game.

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Munchie Farm: Tips, Tricks, Cheats, and Strategy Guide

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Munchie Farm is a new-ish game for the iOS and Android platforms that is way more popular than it has any right to be. It’s essentially a farming game targeted toward stoners, but instead of growing weed, you’re growing “munchies” such as ripple chips and cookies, which, in the world of this game, all grow on trees. Come to think of it, your humble author would love to live in a world where cookies grow on trees. Anyways, read on for some tips and tricks for Munchie Farm!

Your main goal in this game is to complete the quests. The old dude with the mustache-chops is the one that gives you each individual quest, and when you complete each one, you will earn a prize, such as an EXP point multiplier that will last forever. The more quickly that you complete quests, the more quickly you will gain experience points, and thus, experience levels.

The experience is very important, because earning experience points is a prereq for unlocking more stuff. For example, early on, you will unlock more and more food as you gain levels. Later on, you will be able to unlock more expansions to your farm territory as you gain levels, although generally this only starts around level 12 or so. New food to plant will come much earlier.

Log into Facebook from the game in order to earn all sorts of bonuses. Chief among them is the 50 Munchiebucks that you get just for doing the whole login thing; however, you and your munchie buddies will be able to help each other out in the game. It’s recommended to have a game-related account that you can log in with, so that you can then join a group related to this game, and you and your group members can then help each other out and/or add each other to friends lists.

Be sure to hit up Dave’s Workshop for an upgrade to almost anything. Upgrade your main grow house and you can unlock the ability to hold more pots at a time. Upgrade your hippie van/VW Bus and you can send it out for more jobs at a time, and more jobs means more money and experience points. Other upgrades will appear as well, such as upgrades to your water tanks.

Send out deliveries as frequently as possible from your van. Deliveries are your main source of coins and experience points, as well as your method for getting rid of the huge stash of snacks that will inevitably build up as you grow more snacks at your grow house. Use the deliveries to make more room and to set the events in motion that will allow you to unlock more snacks.

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Spirit Lords: Tips, Tricks, Cheats, and Strategy Guide

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Spirit Lords is a new action RPG for the iOS and Android platforms by Kabam, the crew behind Fast and Furious Legacy and (historically) the Kingdoms of Camelot franchise. Your goal is to quest through a huge world, with a storyline rivaling that of premium and console games, while using a huge multitude of spirit attacks to win battles. Read on for some tips and tricks for Spirit Lords!

If you are interested in battling only and you don’t care too much about exploring, use the auto-populate feature to go where you need to go without having to find it first. Hit the icon that looks like two feet in the upper right corner of the screen. However, if you want to explore, ignore this and wander around the open world wherever you wish.

Upgrading your equipment is one of the two main ways to power up your character. You can’t mess with your equipment once you get it, so earning new equipment is what you are limited to. Go to your backpack and optimize your equipment, then sell what you no longer need for coins. Or, if you want to hold more equipment, use your moonstones to purchase more slots.

Spirits, however, can be used to upgrade other spirits. Grubbins are specifically used to power up other spirits, but you can also use common one-star spirits to power up rare, two-star or more spirits (especially the three and four star ones as they are the most powerful to begin with). Once you max out their level, you can then evolve them but you need specific material spirits in order to do so.

Keep spirits of different elements around so that you can get an elemental advantage against opponents. Water beats fire, fire beats plant, plant beats lightning, and lightning beats water. If you lose on a tough, elemental-specific stage, go back and change the elemental mix of your spirits and try it again.

If you are going to spend money on moonstones, be sure to check the current deals that are going on. Tap the treasure chest icon in the lower right hand corner of the main map screen (it will be sparkling) to see what the current deals are. You’ll get loaded up on Chromatic Seeds, gold, feed power and other goodies in addition to your moonstone bounty.

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Sky Punks: Tips, Tricks, Cheats, and Strategy Guide

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Sky Punks is a new psuedo-endless runner game by Rovio Stars, the publishing company owned by the company behind the Angry Birds. Your goal is to get as far as you can while collecting as many coins as you can, completing missions and earning neo crystals along the way as well. Read on for some tips and tricks for Sky Punks!

Like other endless runners, once you die, you typically have to start the level over although you have different options to jump back into the fray. If you want to restart from where you died you can use one energy point or watch a video. Once you use one restart, the second one will cost 10 Neo Crystals, which are the premium currency of the game.

After you finish a level, typically that is when bonus time will start. Once that begins, you can go for as long as you want as long as you don’t die in the process (and even then you can still use all of your recovery options). Go as long as possible if you want to farm for coins and Neo Crystals, although if you have no interest, go ahead and end the level by crashing on your own.

If you want to get free Neo Crystals, another option is to watch an advertisement video in order to earn them. You will earn 10 Neo Crystals once the video is done. Typically after you watch one video, the icon will go away for awhile, but watch for it to return again (after one or two stages) and it will go away.

If you want to recover all of your lives after you lose them, all that you have to do is to go to the date and time settings and set the time on the game ahead by an hour or so. If it doesn’t work when you try it, then try it after setting your phone or your tablet into airplane mode. Then, when you go back to the game, look for the energy to restore. Then take the phone out of Airplane Mode and you will keep your energy.

Be sure to collect as many characters as you can. One of them can be earned for free by logging onto Facebook from the game. You’ll also earn 50 Neo Crystals if you go for this one, along with some other bonuses.

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Mortal Kombat X (iOS/Android): How to get silver and gold rare fighter cards

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Mortal Kombat X for the iOS and Android, unlike the console versions, de-emphasizes the complex fighting in favor of simple swipe controls, instead placing the emphasis on card collection (or kard kollection, in this game’s cheesy Kardashianesque parlance). You can collect bronze cards, most of which are basic characters who are nameless and faceless, or you can go for the silver and gold cards consisting of characters critical to the canon and Mortal Kombat classics. Read on for some tips on how to get the rare silver and gold cards in Mortal Kombat X!

The most basic way to do so is in the store. Go to the kard pack section of the store and you will find many packs for purchase. The best of the packs is the Kombat pack, which will earn you one gold character plus two other random cards (with a chance of another silver and gold card or two!). The Kard Pack contains one silver character plus two randoms while the Alliance Pack contains a random with a chance at a silver or gold.

Go to the Character section of the store and you can pick out specific characters – and unlike the kard packs, these cost mostly koins rather than Souls. Scroll to the right a bit to find the silver cards, and scroll even further to the right to find the gold ones. Some of the gold ones cost koins while most of them cost Souls to purchase.

If you want to get characters outside of the store, mostly rares, one of the ways to do so is in Challenge Mode. Challenge Mode contains an opportunity to win a unique featured character if you win a specific battle. All of the towers within the challenge mode must be beaten before the time-limited event ends. It’s suggested to put all of your energy into these sorts of events.

Daily events will give you similar rare rewards. You have to play in the single player mode for a little bit in order to unlock them, but once you do, you will be able to play daily towers, with a chance at rare characters as a reward. Guest character towers also have a slim chance at these kind of rewards. Join a faction or a ladder tournament for a similar chance at good rewards.

Be sure to buy or rent the console version of this game so that you can link the two up. Actions completed in the console version can earn you a TON of koins, as well a large number of bonus characters to play with. You will need to connect to a WBPlay account to make this happen but once you do, you can earn big rewards from the konsole (groan…) version of the game.

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Mortal Kombat X (iOS/Android): How to get more Souls

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Mortal Kombat X is the first mobile f2p iPhone, iPad and Android app entry into the massively popular fighting game franchise that has run strong for the last 23 years. Souls are the premium currency of this game, and quite appropriately, considering the subject matter. Not to mention, collection is one of the most important elements of this game, and Souls facilitate that. Read on to find out how to get more Souls!

One of the main ways to get more souls is to complete the Daily Missions. Each one of these will offer Souls as a reward. The missions can be almost anything, and they will refresh once per day. Complete all three of them per day and the souls will begin to rack up very quickly. A couple weeks of this and you should be able to purchase at least one gold card.

Fight through the towers, and if you get stuck, go back to old levels and gain experience points. As you level up your fighters, you will randomly earn more Souls as a bonus reward. Leveling up your fighters will allow you to fight in tougher and tougher towers, allowing you to earn more souls as a first-time completion reward.

Participate in the ladder tournaments in order to get a chance to win free Souls. You are going to have to play online in order to enter these tournaments. If you want to play these, and if you want to get more allies, you will have to login via WBplay in order to make it work. Once you are in, more opportunities to earn bonus souls will open up to you.

Buy the Console version of the game (or rent it) and you will be able to do a Mobile to Console connection (and vice versa) to earn rewards for both games. Complete specific tasks in the console version in order to earn rewards on mobile, including Souls (but mostly consisting of coins). Complete specific tasks on the mobile version of the game for extra console rewards as well.

Other than those, there aren’t that many ways to earn big rewards as far as Souls go, at least not for free. If you want to purchase Souls, though, a little bit goes a long way especially when it comes to getting new, rare, silver and gold character cards and other goodies.

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Smove – Tips, Tricks, Cheats, and Strategy Guide

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Smove is a new game for the iOS and Android that provides an insane amount of challenge for a very short amount of time. This app has seemingly been engineered specifically for the purpose of frustrating the user, but to good effect, as you’ll just keep wanting to go for “Just one more game” to try to break your score. Read on for some tips and tricks for Smove for the iOS and Android!

The main thing to remember is that points are only earned once you collect the square on the screen. Collect the squares as quickly as possible. Don’t waste time moving around the screen too much unless you get stuck in such a bad position that you literally have to. Collect the squares to make new squares appear.

Each time that you earn 10 squares, the color of the screen will change and the pattern of the balls that shoot at you change. For example, two balls at a time will shoot at you once you hit 10 points. Once you hit 20 points, one at a time will shoot at you, but at varying rates of speed. Uneven sets of two will shoot at you once you collect 30 points. These changes continue on as you increase your score.

Check the leaderboards on Game Center or Google Play to see what other players have scored. Right now the top score in the game is a paltry 69 points, followed by 52, so if you play this game for awhile there is a very good chance that you could get good enough to break that score. All it takes is to remember what pattern the balls shoot in, have patience, and be prepared for the challenges.

If you want to get rid of the ads for free, all that you have to do is shut off the data and the wireless on your phone, or set your phone into airplane mode, and then go back to the game and play it again. However, considering this is from an indie developer, who makes their money from the ads, I suggest against it out of principle alone. Keep the ads on to support the developers and keep new games coming.

If you want to hack the high scores, find a good hex editor for the iOS or Android platforms. For the iOS version of the game you will have to use iTunes to put the game onto your computer, then download a computer-based hex editor, mess with the files that control the score or that control the shooting balls (pro tip: make the balls go away), then upload the game back onto your phone or tablet. Same with Android although there should be more freedom as to how you can make it happen.

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Tiltagon: Tips, Tricks, Cheats, and Strategy Guide

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Tiltagon is a new game by Noodlecake Games for the iOS and Android platforms. The point of this game is simple – tilt and try to get as far as you can, and then fall off and try not to throw your phone, all through two difficulty levels – the hilariously honest Hard and Hard+ levels. Read on for some tips and tricks for Tiltagon!

If you find the controls to be just right, then don’t change anything, but if you find them to be too sensitive or not sensitive enough, go to the options menu and then change the sensitivity. Mess with it to see which you like best. If your battery life is running low or you get distracted, you can also turn off the shadows and the background graphics. This will also help if you are playing on an old phone, such as an iPhone 4, and your graphics appear to be going very slowly.

You can hit the leaderboard all you want in order to check the high scores, but the top scores have mostly, if not all, been hacked by people with a hex editor. If you want to hack the game with a hex editor and change your Google Play or Game Center score, then find something like File Explorer or iExplorer in order to do so, or one of the many Android ones that is available. Scroll down to the scores that are in the 100s or so for the real scores.

If you want to get rid of ads, all that you have to do is turn off the data and the WiFi or throw your phone into Airplane Mode and then replay the game again. However, if you want to do the same thing without screwing the devs, all that you have to do is pay 99 cents in order to get rid of ads forever, or watch a video to get rid of ads for five minutes. The ads are not all that intrusive anyways; personally, I hardly notice them at all. There’s not pop up autoplay videos or popup ads.

When you are playing in hard mode, all of the obstacles will push you off of the stage if you aren’t careful. However, if you are playing in hard+ mode, then you cannot touch a single one of these objects, because one single touch of an obstacle means instant death. It’s far easier to rank high in this mode on Game Center and Google Play than on Hard mode, though, due to the sky high difficulty.

If you start to get too frustrated at the game, then take a break for awhile. Come back fifteen minutes to an hour later and you will find that you do a lot better, without all of that adrenaline and frustration holding you back. Breaking your old high score records should be cake at this point.

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