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Gem Hunters – Tips, Tricks, Cheats, How to Beat, and Strategy Guide

Gem Hunters is a new puzzle RPG by Armor Games, publishers of Soda Dungeon. This game puts your hero into a series of battles against slimes, dragons and other assorted enemies, each one tougher than the last. You can collect coins, gems, and other forms of loot, upgrade your character in a multitude of ways, and defeat countless enemies on your way to becoming the best hunter in the land. Read on for some tips and tricks for Gem Hunters!

Before you make even one single combination in a battle, tap on the enemy to see what their strengths and weaknesses are. Almost every enemy is weak against a specific elemental, and strong against another elemental, or even more than one different type of elemental. Any other information about special enemy traits will be in this menu as well.

Gems are the premium currency of the game. The main way to earn gems is to purchase them with real-life money in the in-app purchase store, but the first option in the store is to earn 2 gems for free by watching an advertisement video. This option only works if you have an internet connection, which you should if you are successfully playing this game, and two gems is not a lot, but they add up over time.

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Try to set up the longest combination possible, because if you get 7 or more blocks of the same color in one move, you will get a rainbow block that can knock out all of the blocks below, above, to the left and to the right of it. However, watch out for the bonus combos. They occur after the main combo whenever three or more blocks of the same color land next to each other. These are very good if you use your strong element; very bad if you use your weak element.

You can earn pieces of loot and other equipment after the battle. Hit the item section to drag equipment into your character’s equipment slots. To upgrade their equipment, tap on the piece that you want to upgrade and tap the button. Each upgrade will cost a specific number of coins and materials.

Coins can be a bit scarce, but upgrade items tend to be very common. Most of them can be sold in exchange for 50 coins or so, so sell them whenever you earn them. Only sell the cheap, common ones, not the expensive ones. Even with selling the cheap ones, you can still earn more than enough money to afford a previously out-of-reach upgrade.