Jumanji: The Mobile Game is a new mashup of Monopoly and card-battling for the iOS and Android platforms. Your goal is to build up a strong deck of cards, buy properties and destroy the opponents’ properties, and take over all of the regions of the Jumanji jungle. Read on for some tips and tricks for Jumanji: The Mobile Game!
Your cards are one of the main determining factors for if you are going to win the match or not. Load your deck up with the strongest and rarest cards that you can. When a player chooses to attack you, their attack’s damage is determined by your defense, which is the combined defense of all of the cards in your deck. The stronger that your deck is, the less likely they are to attack you, and if they do attack, the more likely they will be to launch an unsuccessful attack.
Another factor is in-game strategy, and if you’ve played Monopoly before, you know that buying properties as quickly as possible is the best way to play a strong game. The more properties you have, the more frequently they will have to choose to either pay you or attack you. Don’t let them load up on lots or you’ll have to be the one to pay.
Open the game every four hours or so, so that you can collect all of the free goodie bags that you can. Bags contain money and cards, with a small chance for rarer cards, and even the non-rare cards are valuable because they allow you to upgrade your cards that you want to keep in your deck. So set push notifications to remind yourself to log in as soon as the freebie bag becomes available.
Once you unlock stage 2 of the game, you’ll be able to use your cards’ skills. Load your deck up with a good balance of skills to enable yourself to launch stronger attacks against enemies, as well as to strengthen your own cards and your board. The more powerful that your attacks are, the quicker you can defeat your opponent and move onto the next one.
Be sure to constantly be looking at your deck to see if you can modify it. You’ll earn a lot of cards over time from bags and from in-game rewards. If a card looks like it has potential, match it up with cards already in your deck to see how they compare, and swap cards out if necessary. If the card is interesting to you, you can still use it to upgrade one of your more interesting cards.