Faily Tumbler is a new endless rolling game for the iOS and Android platforms, the sequel to the smash-hit Faily Brakes and Faily Rider. You play as a caveman who, while trying to climb a volcano, slipped and fell, and your goal is to crash, tumble and roll down the hill safely for as long as you can without getting absorbed by the lava. You can earn new coins to purchase new outfits and rides, collect and open eggs, and try to get the highest score possible. Read on for some tips and tricks for Faily Tumbler!
You have four different types of control in this game. Holding the left side of the screen turns you to the left, and holding the right side of the screen moves you to the right. Holding both sides causes you to tumble extremely quickly, but it requires a cooldown afterwards. Tapping both sides at the same time causes you to jump/bounce, if you are touching the ground.
If you want to open an egg early, go to the date and time settings on your phone and set them ahead by however much time it takes for the longest egg to be ready to open. You can do this trick as many times as you want in order to open loads of eggs
You’re going to need to use the bounce function in order to avoid getting smoked by lava or some other obstacle. When you’re crossing lava, a rainforest, or something else, you’ll need to bounce in order to carom off of a platform. It also helps if you use the high speed tumble beforehand, because after you bounce, you’ll catch major air and fly for quite awhile.
Collect the flight suits when you see them because they’ll help you fly, allowing you to avoid many of the obstacles that normally pose a danger. Just be very quick to make a turn the second that you put on the outfit because it’s easy to smash into something immediately after, and lose it instantly.
You can purchase new flight suits and new outfits for your caveman using either real-life money or using the coins that you earn throughout the rounds in the game. The main purpose of these is to change the appearance of your character; none of them have any bearing on the gameplay or your character’s performance.