Guide to My Museum Story: History-Saving Tips, Cheats, and Strategies

By | April 20, 2018

My Museum Story is a new match-three game for the iOS and Android, with a subplot of rebuilding a museum that is on the verge of closing. To do this you need to complete puzzles, just like in Gardenscapes or Family Zoo. To clean up or add something to the museum, you need to complete a puzzle, although you can always forget about the rebuilding and just play the puzzles alone. Read on for some tips and tricks for My Museum Story!

Each level has its own specific objective, but sometimes you will have to look a little bit outside of an objective in order to successfully complete your actual objective. For example, you might match non-objective pieces, if the pieces above it will drop to form a chain reaction or a more-than-3 match. Limited moves are always dangerous, so try to complete levels in as few moves as you possibly can.

If you match four or five pieces at a time, you’ll end up with a bomb. Unlike other match-three games, you can’t clear out entire lines using any of the special tiles – only bombs, and bombs will have explosions with a differing blast radius – the bigger the bomb, the bigger the radius. The rainbow gauge will give you a rainbow piece when you fill it, which will allow you to annihilate all of one color.

Run out of energy because you died too many times? If you do that, you have two options, normally. You can either wait it out or you can buy energy. Or, you can set the time ahead on your phone in order to get all of your energy back for free. Once you do that, go back to the game and all of your lives will be restored. You can do this as many times as you want in order to play for an unlimited amount of time.

You need coins in order to redecorate the museum. Their use is to replace fixtures, furniture, and other things in the museum with different versions of the same thing. To earn more coins, finish a level in as few moves as you possibly can. Every move that you have left over gives you a bomb that pops up on the screen, which will then blow up automatically, which will give you bonus coins after the end of the round. The more bombs, the more bonus coins.

In most match-three games, you will be able to mix rainbow pieces with other special tiles for a combined effect. You can’t do it in this game, though. If you do, the bomb will blow up the rainbow tile and the rainbow tile won’t do what it’s supposed to do. Instead, use your rainbow tile first, and then use the bomb afterwards.