Flippy Friends AR is a new game where you flip your cute animal friends so that they can destroy as much fruit as possible in a short amount of time, and since it’s an AR (augmented reality) game, you can do it against the backdrop of your own surroundings. You can compete in single-player mode for a high score and more coins, or you can compete against other real-life players in multiplayer mode. Read on for some tips and tricks for Flippy Friends AR!
To split a fruit, you first have to aim at the fruit using your AR camera, and then tap, make a high-enough arc by swiping up, and then let go so your animal can split the fruit. The aim is set when you tap initially, so after you tap, you can let the camera stray with no negative effects.
If you make the arc too low, then you won’t hit the fruit. If you aim the arc too high, though, you might waste time that could be spent aiming toward another fruit, so make sure to aim the arc just high enough. Once you hit the fruit, immediately aim toward another fruit. Have your next fruit in mind before you even land on the current one.
Once you finish a level, you’ll be awarded coins, more depending on the amount of fruit that you’ve knocked off. If you have a good internet connection, then you can watch an ad video to double your coin reward. Keep on earning those coins, and you can then use them to upgrade your character, and to purchase new characters.
Some new characters will be available to purchase with coins; others will be available using either gems or videos. For most characters, there will be an option to unlock them by watching a specific amount of ad videos per character. This ranges from three to unlock the Unicorn, all the way up to ten to unlock the rare Dragon. Characters all play the same, they just change the look, and some of them are more rare than others.
If you want a ton of bonuses, you can purchase VIP mode to unlock four characters and get 1,000 coins and 50 gems every day. You get a free trial for three days, then you have the options to either pay $4.99 per week, $11.99 per month, or $79.99 for one year. Obviously, one year is the one that costs the least amount of money per time, although that’s a long commitment.