Muhammad Ali: Puzzle King – Tips and Tricks Guide: Hints, Cheats, and Strategies

Muhammad Ali: Puzzle King is an odd new puzzle RPG for the Android and iOS platforms. The game is a charitable one as 50% of the revenue will go to the Muhammad Ali center. You play as the legendary boxer, and each combination that you match in this game represents a punch or a dodge against opponents. You can collect coins and upgrade your moves for more power. Read on for some tips and tricks for Muhammad Ali: Puzzle King!

When you make a match, you’ll notice a little glove in the middle of the screen with a circle bar that fills up as you add to the combo. If the circle bar isn’t full and you make another match of that same color afterwards, the bar will continue to fill up. If you switch to a different color, you’ll lose all of your progress toward that next bar.

Fights happen in real time, so don’t slow down when you’re in the middle of the level or you will keep getting punched. In training you can take as much time as you want, but in the fight itself, the advantage bar will veer toward one side or the other and if it turns all the way red, you’ll get knocked out. If you turn it all the way green, you win.

Coins can be used to continue a level, as well as for other bonuses. If you want to earn free coins, go to the bonus wheel and you can spin it by watching an ad. Or you can go to the coins purchase menu and pick the ‘free coins’ option at the very bottom, then complete any one of the offers shown.

Energy runs out as you play rounds, but you can load up on free energy as well. Connect to Facebook and you and your friends who play the game can send free energy back and forth. If you have no friends who play, invite your friends who like boxing or match-3 games, or use a games only account and add people who play this game, especially if they post add-me requests on the review page on the App Store or Google Play.

Each star you earn is worth more coins than the one before it. Bronze is worth 5, silver is worth 10 and gold is worth 20. They can also earn you training points, which can then be used to upgrade your super punches. Each upgrade will make it so that you need to match less pieces to earn a super punch.