Gemini Strike: The Ultimate Tips, Cheats, and Strategy Guide

Gemini Strike is a new bullet hell top-down space shooter for the iOS and Android platforms by Armor Games. This one is more story-driven than most, as you take control of a robotic fighter with the implanted memory and brain of an elite soldier, and your goal is to quest through various galaxies while taking on countless space pirates and their increasingly tougher ships. Read on for some tips and tricks for Gemini Strike!

You have a maximum of four lives at a time, and each time that you die on a stage, you lose a life. They come back over time if you lose them, but it takes awhile. Normally, they cost some credits (premium currency of the game) if you want to restore them. Instead, set the time ahead by a few hours when you run out of lives, and then go back to the game and they will all be regenerated immediately.

Once you do that, go to the date and time settings if you want to, and set the time back to normal. Now go back to the game and all of the new lives that you just got, will still be there. That means you can do this trick as many times as you want without having to set the time way ahead on the phone.

Once you unlock the black market, you will be able to go there and spend credits to find rare and powerful items. Go here as often as you have the credits to do so because this is where you’ll find the best equipment. Equip it, and then spend your crystals to upgrade it as high as you can. This will give you a big advantage no matter what the stage and who the opponent.

The most important thing on any stage: avoid getting hit. Each hit drains your health, and once your health goes away you lose a life. Ignore crystals and special attacks if you have to in order to preserve your health, and don’t worry about slowing down boss battles as long as you can avoid getting hit.

Log onto Facebook and you will be able to have friends join you on missions. If you don’t log onto Facebook, you’ll have to go one at a time usually. Friends joining you on missions essentially means you’ll have two ships at once, and you don’t have to be friends with someone in real life in order to add them in the game.

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