Hand of God is a new tap-to-kill fest for the iOS and Android platforms. Your goal is to protect your creature from getting killed by the army of humans that are trying to attack it. You can do this by tapping and using a range of different special attacks with special effects. Read on for some tips and tricks for Hand of God!
Your main attack is simply to tap on any attacking human or vehicle. The faster you tap, the more damage you will do. This tap attack is represented by “St. Anger” on the upgrade screen, so when you have to cash to do so, upgrade St. Anger and your tap will become more powerful. All of the other upgrades are for your special attacks.
Some enemies will do more damage than others, and when you get into harder stages of the game, it’s going to be more important to attack the high-damage enemies first. They will usually be shooting with a higher fire rate. Tap on them first to kill them, then go for the low-damage enemies afterwards.
Use your special attacks as often as possible, and use them strategically to gain an advantage. The God Hammer will do heavy damage to whoever you hit with it (hit the biggest crowd possible), but will knock over and immobilize every other creature except for helicopters and other flying enemies. Use the attack to kill a group, then start rapid-tapping on immobilized enemies to do heavy damage to them.
When you unlock new cuties, they typically won’t have any good advantages from the beginning, but if you can merge them with another cutie, the resulting mixture will typically have a bonus attribute associated with it. Pick a merged cutie in order to gain an advantage.
If you die in the middle of a battle, you will be able to either pay to continue the battle, or watch a video to continue. After you die again, though, you won’t be able to continue again. You will have to restart the round in order to keep going.
Don’t forget to hit the rage button to use that particular skill, as well. When you hit the rage button, your cutie will launch attacks at everybody on the screen. Forgetting to hit the rage button can mean very quick death if you start to get overwhelmed by the number of enemies on the screen.