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Droppy Balls – Tips, Tricks, Cheats, How to Beat, and Strategy Guide

Droopy Balls is a new game where you move several colored platforms side to side in order to color match the platforms with the falling balls. Your goal is to get the highest score that you possibly can, competing against other players for positions on the leaderboard. Read on for some tips and tricks for Droppy Balls!

The balls fall on their own, and nothing that you do puts them in your control. Instead, you control the platforms that they fall onto with one touch controls. Hit the left side of the screen to move the entire row of platforms to the left, and hit the right side of the screen to make them all move to the right. The color pattern is the same no matter how many times you move platforms in one direction.

Pay close attention to the falling balls so that you don’t make any extraneous moves and blow the level. Much of the time, you won’t even have to press anything in order to land the ball on the right platform, because the ball will appear right above the platform. Other times, you will have to tap once or twice in another direction, of course.

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Check the leaderboard to see how high you are on either the Google Play or Game Center top score lists. Go to the high score list to see how you rank there; balls dropped merely ranks you in the number of total balls that you have attempted to catch, whether you were successful or not.

This game can get extremely frustrating after a long time in a row of playing it. If you start to get a little too frustrated, take a break for fifteen to thirty minutes. Then come back later when you’re calm and you’ll find it a lot easier to get a great score.

The ads at the bottom of the screen will stick around unless you buy an in app purchase that makes them go away. This costs one or two dollars. If you want, you can play the game on airplane mode to make the ads go away, although they are not intrusive at all, so there’s not much point in doing that and losing all of the functionality of your phone for that time period.