Impossible Caves – Tips, Tricks, Cheats, How to Win, and Strategy Guide

By | 20150918

Impossible Caves is a new semi-endless sliding game for the iOS and Android platforms. Your goal is to get as far as you can and rack up as high a score as possible by jumping your little sliding rock high and far, but only high enough and far enough to make it past the next obstacle. Read on for some tips and tricks for Impossible Caves!

The longer that you tap on the screen, the higher that your rock jumps. If you tap on the screen it will jump for a very short period of time. However, if you hold your finger down on the screen and press it hard, then you will do a far more intense jump for a longer distance.

One of the little bonuses of doing a short jump is that you can tap while you are in midair to do a double jump. This is especially helpful when you are in narrow spaces, with spikes in short succession, that you have to do a very dexterous job to do compared to the big passageways.

You can hit the skip button as many times as you want in order to skip to the next cave. Each time that you decide to skip instead of ending the round, your score won’t reset. It will keep going up for as long as you keep on hitting the skip button, which is whenever you want.

Each time that the skip button is hit, an advertisement video plays. However, sometimes you might want to play when you are offline. In that case, you can still hit the skip button and no ad videos will pop up. You will skip the stage just as you did before.

Your score is limited, though, by what your score was in the previous caves that you skipped. Hit the reset button (looks like a counter-clockwise arrow) if you want to go back to the first cave and start over again. If you want a high score it is recommended that you start all over again at the very first cave.

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