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Guide to World at Arms for iOS and Android, part 2: More tips, tricks, hints, cheats and strategies

Welcome to part 2 of the World at Arms tips and tricks guide! Click here to go back to part 1 of the guide.

Double up your coin earning ability by doing the following. Tap planes and tanks and hummers and other vehicles for awhile, as previously stated, in order to earn coins from them. Then use those coins to buy income earning buildings, so that they can earn you more coins. You’ll rack up coins rapidly using this twofold strategy, so that you can load up your army with the best and strongest troops and vehicles.

This double coin earning will also more rapidly allow you to build more power plants and oil wells, so that you can build even more income buildings, barracks, vehicle factories, weapons workshops, airfields, and other buildings that you need in order to get the strongest troops that you possibly can.

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After you unlock new, stronger vehicles, build as many of them as you can possibly afford to, so that you can get as far as possible, as quickly as possible, in the campaigns. If you don’t build them quickly enough, and you try to go through campaigns with weaker troops, you will end up losing frequently, and having a large number of your troops killed.

If you run out of space in which to put buildings, get rid of some of the roads in your city in order to make room for more buildings. You don’t need the roads in order to make buildings work. However, if you build more roads in your city, you might also make room for more tanks and hummers to drive around, thus increasing the amount of tanks and vehicles that can drive around.

Go to the tools, then to the settings menu, and then hit the “help” tab to find a much more detailed guide for tips and tricks on how to get an advantage at the game.

Agnes Esworthy

Saturday 23rd of November 2019

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