Marshawn Lynch Pro Football is a new football running game for the iOS and Android platforms where your goal is to create a character, go bashing through your opponents, and compete objectives to earn as many points as possible on each level. You can earn Beast Mode points, get a ton of points and stars, and compete for the highest score on each level. Read on for some tips and tricks for Marshawn Lynch Pro Football!
When you do your run, search out the highest-point zones and run through them, and make sure that you hit all point zones. It’s possible to finish a level while not hitting all of them, but you get no bonuses for speed; almost all of your points are earned by running through the proper zones. The end zone itself will often have multiple point zones, such as 200 points through most of it, but 500 point zones on the very ends, so prepare to run to the end with the 500 point zone.
You can do multiple move types, such as sprinting and juking. Use the sprint button to run faster so that you can beat the clock and make it to the end zone, but don’t use it while you’re turning because it makes it much tougher to control turns. Use the juke buttons to sidestep a defender – the close that they are to you when you hit the button, the more likely it is that you will successfully avoid them. A juke can also slide you into a point zone if you just miss it, but are still next to it.
As you make your way through you’ll collect Beast Points, which are the experience points of the game. One of the quickest ways to earn them is to complete sponsor quests, which involve things like rushing a specific number of yards or earning a specific number of stars or points. These can earn you not only Beat Points, but other goodies, such as energy refills. Level up to earn an energy refill as well.
If your battery is getting low, you can go to the settings menu and enable all kinds of stuff that promotes greater battery efficiency. Energy Saver Mode slows the animations down from 60 frames per second to 30 frames per second, and while this is one of the main ways to save battery life, turning off the music, sound effects, voices and haptic feedback will do so as well.
Turn our phone in and out, rather than steering your phone like a steering wheel, when you control your character. Tilt it in and out, and your character will turn only a little bit at a time, giving you better control (I.E. Tilt left side away from you and right side toward you to turn right, and vice versa). If you steer your phone just a tiny bit to the left, though, you need to be careful or they’ll go running off to the other side of the field.