Green the Planet 2 is the sequel to Obok Aidem’s original hit Green the Planet, a tapping game where your goal is to take a barren wasteland planet and use the leftovers of flying comets to rebuild and make the planet green again. You have all sorts of tools at your disposal, including projectile weapons, radar, and robots who can pick up junk automatically. Read on for some tips and tricks for Green the Planet 2!
You have many weapon types in this game to include lasers, missiles, cannons, spread shots, charge shots, and reflection shots. All of them have their uses but for general use, the laser and the charge shot tend to be the best at decomposing comets. The laser shoots completely through them and does massive damage. The charge shot is extremely difficult to aim at first but once you get the hang of it, it’s EXTREMELY powerful.
You’re going to need to upgrade the detection rate and speed in order to increase the rarity of comets and the amount of them that show up. Use the radar (which surrounds the green percentage rate counter) to spot the comets before they appear on the screen. The rare ones will have little sparkles on them and when you decompose them, they will give FAR more E than the other comets of a comparable size will. And of course, the bigger the comet, the longer that it will take to decompose.
When you completely green up a planet you’ll earn a large reward, as well as move on to another planet. You’ll earn fragments of projectiles as well, which allow you to mix them together in order to blend them and unlock a new weapon that is not normally available in the store. Go to the main shop menu, and at the bottom of the screen will be an icon pointing to the right. Tap on that icon and if you have the necessary fusion materials, you’ll be able to fuse them to try to unlock a new weapon.
You’ll see an icon pointing to the left from this menu, as well. Tap on that icon to go to the records database, where you can see every single planet, comet fragment, and other thing that you’ve seen in the game so far, including how much E each comet fragment is worth.
When the radar detection speed is at a high level, it will be almost impossible to keep up with all of the comet fragments and destroy them all before they go offscreen. Luckily, they don’t go away. They simply fly back around, giving you the chance to decompose them again. If you aren’t seeing many comet fragments, let the game sit for awhile or turn it off, then turn it back on and there will be a flood of them when you start shooting again.