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Chicken Scream: Tips and Tricks Guide: Hints, Cheats, and Strategies

Chicken Scream is a new voice-controlled endless runner for the iOS and Android platforms. Your goal in this game is to use various types of voice commands to get your chicken to go as far as possible. You can unlock new chickens by collecting coins, and compare your scores against other players from around the world. Read on for some tips and tricks for Chicken Scream!

You don’t have to do the usual talking and screaming in order to make the chicken move. Humming can make the chicken move forward, and tapping on the microphone part of your phone (which is on the bottom of an iPhone) can make the chicken jump. To jump over multiple obstacles, tap multiple times until you want the chicken to stop rising or jumping.

You can also blow into the microphone in order to make the chicken move. Blow softer to make it walk, and blow harder to make it jump. If you do this, turn the sensitivity on the microphone down for better accuracy, because if the sensitivity is too high, you’ll keep accidentally making the chicken jump with soft to moderate blowing.

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If you don’t want to disturb the people around you but tapping isn’t doing the proper job, you can go to the sensitivity bar at the bottom of the screen while you play and dial the bar up and down. Dial it up and you won’t have to be as loud in order to get the chicken to jump. However, there is the risk of noises around you triggering the chicken, even if they are far away.

You can get more chickens with he coins you earn from the levels themselves, as well as from the advertisement offers that pop up often. The new chickens perform the same way as the original chicken; the appearance is all that changes. Coins can also be earned by spinning the coin wheel whenever you get a free spin.

Hit the high score screen to compare your score against that of others who have played the game. You can compare against other players on whatever platform you play the game on. If you see a score that appears too high to be realistic, it’s probably hacked. If you see one that appears to be extremely high but doable by an expert player, that is a real one and that is the goal to shoot for.