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He-Man Tappers of Grayskull – Tips and Tricks Guide: Hints, Cheats, and Strategies

He-Man Tappers of Grayskull is a new tapping game by Mattel and Animoca. This game includes not only the original heroes and villains from He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, but the original voice actors as well. Your goal is to defeat endless amounts of these enemies, collect gold, and send their levels sky-high, then prestige and do it all over again with even more power, artifacts and magic keys. Read on for some tips and tricks for He-Man Tappers of Grayskull!

Tapping with He-Man is your main active method of doing damage, but using just one or two fingers to tap makes it a lot tougher than it has to be. Instead, use as many fingers as you can fit on the screen at a time. Tap with them alternating (not at the same time) – on an iPhone you should be able to use four or five fingers, while on an iPad you can use both hands’ worth of fingers to do massive damage.

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When you upgrade the Masters, your automatic DPS increases and when you go offline, you will accumulate income. When you come back online, you’ll get the offer to double your offline gains in exchange for watching a video. Take the offer every time. Each video only takes thirty seconds and you will be able to do far more upgrades before you run out of gold.

Once He-Man hits level 400, if you go to his shop menu, you will be able to go back in time and start all over again. Going back in time loads you up with magic keys, which enables you to spend them in order to earn artifacts, which provide bonuses in damage and other metrics. You can either upgrade existing keys, or summon Orko for new ones. Either way you will earn large boosts in DPS, earned gold and other metrics.

Your skills become more and more important as you fight in tougher battles. Save your skills for when you fight bosses, especially when you fight the boss right before a location change (every multiple of 10). These are the toughest bosses in the game, and are the most likely to require the use of a skill to beat.

If for some reason you don’t like the skill that a master has coming up, use the x10 or x100 to upgrade past the skill without having to buy it. After that though, you’ll have to buy the skill, and eventually, it will not make any sense to avoid buying it because you will be able to afford it more easily.