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Blocky Climbers – Tips, Tricks, Cheats, How To Beat, and Strategy Guide

Blocky Climbers is a new endless climbing game with a graphical style similar to a hybrid of Flappy Bird and Crossy Road. Your goal is to go as far as possible, get a high score, and then do it all over again. Of course, you can also collect gems/diamonds, and get new characters. Read on for some tips and tricks for Blocky Climbers!

You get one point per tap, no matter if you do the short jump or the long jump. Always make a short jump unless you need to cross a gap or you need to complete a challenge, because if you do a ton of long jumps like the game says to do, your score will be far lower than it could otherwise be. Plus, the short jumps will make it a lot easier to count out how many steps until the next gap that you have to cross.

Be sure to collect diamonds whenever you see them. Not only will gems add to your currency that you can use to buy new characters, but targeting diamonds will also give you something to focus on, which will inevitably lead to scoring more and more points.

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If you want to get free gems/diamonds, go to the IAP page and instead of making a purchase, hit the button to watch an advertisement video. The video will earn you more gems as a reward for watching it. You will get 50 gems a pop, so this is a really quick way of earning a whole lot more gems. When no videos are available, a good way to make more of them appear is to close the game, then relaunch it and try again. Although the videos will disappear if you have a bad internet connection as well.

The faster you jump, whether it is short jumps or long jumps, the more likely you will be to reset the time. If you run out of time on a level you lose instantly, but if you reset the time, not only can you keep on going, but you will get a free 10 points as well. Jump fast for more time resets.

If you start getting too frustrated at the game, turn it off for awhile and take a break, and then come back to it later. The muscle memory will begin to set in, making it far easier to make a lot of progress and score a whole lot higher.