Terrapets Game Guide: Tips, tricks, cheats, hints and strategies

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Terrapets is a monster collecting game for the iPhone, iPad and Android, and soon it will be on Facebook as well. Like all monster collecting games, your goal is to “catch ‘em all”, but the twist is that you get to create your own environments in which to catch monsters. Read on for some tips and tricks for Terrapets!

In this game, you have to wait quite a long time to get some of the traps to work, especially the patience traps. There is a way around that, though. Go to your phone or your device’s settings and set the time ahead by however much time you need to do what you need to do. For example, if you have a patience trap waiting to catch a Terrapet, it takes 18 hours to catch one, so set the time ahead by 18 hours and then go back to the game and your trap will be sprung.

This tricks also works for collecting coins and cards. Set it half an hour ahead to refresh the coin collecting rock (the one right next to your house) immediately, or set it 2 hours ahead to refresh the card collecting immediately. You’ll know that the coin collecting rock is ready to be collected from when you see small chunks of gold popping out of it. Tap it to collect your coins and start the counter over again.

If you are having trouble finding Mynok, look in the same environment that you would normally find Pronto in, and set your traps there. Mynok won’t pop up very often, but eventually, you will find him in your trap. The more expensive the trap and the food you use, the higher your chances will be of finding Mynok in one of your traps.

To gain experience quickly, do the time trick above to collect coins rapidly, and then start trying to cover your land with various different tiles (woodland, swamp, etc) as quickly as possible. Every tile that you build earns you experience points. If you want to change tiles later on, you can simply place a new tile over an old tile.

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